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You’re Invited to Participate in a Sample Class!
A more active experience than Observing a Class, Sample Classes rely upon the participation of prospective students, and they feature diverse offerings from our outstanding AUS faculty every quarter.
A Sample Class takes you off the fence and into the mix… for free.
The Bachelor’s Degree Completion Program
Landslides, Earthquakes, and Volcanoes:
20,000 Years of Environmental Change and Cultural Adaptation on the Seattle Waterfront
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
6 to 7 p.m.
After a brief introduction to the last 20,000 years of Seattle’s often radical environmental change and the long-term cultural adaptation to it, the instructor will lead a discussion about the ways this knowledge can be used to inform our engagement with a variety of current social change issues.
Please RSVP for the Change and Cultural Adaptation sample class by Monday, April 22.
The School of Education
Progressive vs. Traditional Education: Concept & Practice
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
5 to 6:30 p.m.
Rachel’s experience as an educator in public school districts across the country and within the prison system offers prospective students a glimpse into the diversity of research opportunities and concentrations offered within the graduate school of Education at AUS. Rachel’s vast contribution to the field of teaching for social justice serves as a model of the AUS mission in action.
Rachel brings a bi-coastal perspective of justice and equity to a comparative discussion of educational concepts and practices. Join other educators and educators-to be for an interactive exploration of the ways that we teach and the values and assumptions that underlie those traditions. Together we will examine the practices that currently guide today’s classrooms while also imagining broader possibilities for students and teachers.
Please RSVP for the Progressive vs. Traditional Education sample class by Monday, April 22.
The School of Applied Psychology
Family of Origin
Friday, April 26, 2013
4:15 to 7:15 p.m.
As an extension of the upcoming Spring Open House at Antioch University Seattle, we’d like to encourage you to join us for a special free learning opportunity here at AUS on Friday, April 26.
Regardless of whether ones interest is Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Child & Family Therapy, or Art or Drama Therapy, every clinical student admitted to the M.A. Psychology or Counseling program at AUS will enroll in Family of Origin (FOO) during the first quarter of admission. Due to the nature of this course, prospective students are not generally welcome to sit in on a FOO class, and registration is strictly limited to current M.A. students enrolled within the program. We would like to offer prospective students a rare opportunity to experience Antioch’s teaching style, and to compare both the style & content to other programs you might be considering.
We hope you’ll join us. Please feel free to contact us with other questions regarding your interests in the MA Psychology & Counseling Programs at Antioch University Seattle.
Please RSVP for the Family of Origin sample class by 5:00pm, Wednesday, April 24.
The Center for Creative Change (C3)
What is Collaboration?
Thursday, April 18, 2013
4 to 5 p.m.
We all talk about collaboration and partnership, but just what is it? Does everyone understand it the same way?
Come get a taste of how C3 students come to understand a more nuanced, complicated framework on collaborative work. Yamamoto will discuss his model of collaboration that is informed by two decades of experience wrestling with that primal challenge of working together toward a common aim. Please RSVP for the What is Collaboration? sample class by Wednesday, April 17.
Note: If you missed the Center for Creative Change Sample Class, you can still schedule a date to come to campus and observe a live class.