TEACHING A COLLEGE COURSE ON CHILDREN AND DEATH FOR 22 YEARS: A SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
This article supplements an earlier account of experiences involved in teaching what is believed to be the first full-term, credit-bearing, college-level course on Children and Death (C. A. Corr, 1992). C. A. Corr's article covered a period of some 13 years and reported on three phases in the development and early history of the course. The present article describes a fourth phase during which the Children and Death course was offered in a format of 6 all-day Saturday sessions. A plan for the course as it was offered in this last format is presented, outlining session titles, goals, topics, methods, and sample resources from relevant literature. In addition, this article suggests some lessons concerning administration, structure, and content that have emerged from this educational experience. Comments from two other faculty members who have taught a Children and Death course help to point out why this course is of interest and value to instructors and other participants alike.
No Reference information available - sign in for access.
No Citation information available - sign in for access.
No Supplementary Data.
No Article Media