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ERIC Number: ED136083
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 17
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Reference Count: 0
Student Views of Human Development Instruction: A Humanistic Accountability Procedure.
Harris, Kenneth A.
At a time when counseling services in general are under critical scrutiny, and human development instruction is relatively unknown in the academic sphere, adequate means must be achieved to illustrate the impact of these offerings on students and how they help to fulfill an institution's goals while supporting themselves. This paper describes an evaluation of a human development course offered on a college campus. The project attempts to discover the impact of the human development instruction course and the salient motivations of the students who participated. Students who had participated in the course were subsequently contacted by mail, and another group of participants were handed the questionnaires. Students generally regarded the course as rewarding. Their motivations for attending included the fact that it seemed interesting; that they wished to learn about themselves; or their friends recommended it. (Author/NG)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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