EDST 291 Understanding At-Risk Adolescents and Young Adults (IS)
EDST 291 Understanding At-Risk Adolescents and Young Adults (IS) Units: 3.00
This course provides a foundational understanding of the social and psychological basis to the notion of "at risk" and explores various approaches to effect change in adolescents and young adults including cognitive behavioural theory, motivational interviewing, collaborative problem solving, and restorative practice. The impact of socioeconomic status, family dynamics, social factors, and biological markers will be examined.
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Education
Concurrent Education Degree Requirements
...combine an Education Studies (EDST) course, Program Focus...238 /3.0, ENGL 291 /3.0, ENGL...