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Last approved: Thu, 02 Jun 2016 17:50:52 GMT

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YFCS (Youth, Family, and Community Sciences)
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Family Life Coaching
Family Life Coaching
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Youth Family and Community Sciences (11FCS)
Term Offering
Fall Only
Offered Every Year
Fall 2016
Previously taught as Special Topics?
Yes
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Course Prefix/NumberSemester/Term OfferedEnrollment
FYD 590Fall 201516
Course Delivery
Distance Education (DELTA)

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3
15
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Lecture3
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Kimberly I. Allen
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LEC2020NoOpen to more students with instructor approval
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Is the course required or an elective for a Curriculum?
Yes
SIS Program CodeProgram TitleRequired or Elective?
11flcctgCertificate in Family Life Education and CoachingRequired
YFCS 547: Family Life Coaching prepares family science practitioners to meet the growing demands of improving family life through family life and parent Coaching. This graduate-level course examines family life coaching as an approach to services for families and youth. Students will be introduced to coaching as a vital service for helping families better communicate and reach goals and will explore theoretical and empirical literature in coaching. Through practice and skill building exercises, students will learn to coach and will examine the implications for future coaching practice.

This course meets a growing demand for family life coaching training. This course has been taught one time as a 590 course with a full roster and there is a growing demand for coaching course. This course is considered an elective course for the master's degree in YFCS and a required course for the concentration in family life and coaching certification.  


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College(s)Contact NameStatement Summary
College of Humanities and Social SciencesLynne Baker-WardHi, Mary--

I don't think there's a conflict with your course, but thought you were the logical person to provide the consult. Please cc me on any response.
Best--
Lynne

The Department of Psychology offers a course on family interventions, but there is no overlap in content with this proposed course.
Mary Haskett
College of Humanities and Social SciencesSteven McDonaldI checked with our Family faculty and they confirmed that there's not much overlap between this course and our course offerings. So it looks good to us. Best of luck with the rest of the routing.

Steve
No instructional resources required.

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Assess and critique key issues related to the field of Family Life Education and Coaching.

  2.  Distinguish pertinent definitions, concepts, and real life examples of effective coaching.

  3.  Analyze the core competencies of coaching.

  4. Plan and implement a series of coaching sessions with a parent or couple that demonstrate your ability to implement family coaching.


Evaluation MethodWeighting/Points for EachDetails
Major Paper25Students are required to write a 10-page research paper with a minimum of 10 peer-reviewed journal articles as references. Students must present a family life coaching research question and use literature to help answer that question.
Participation25Practice sessions will happen during the Collaborate sessions, so participation is mandatory and essential for skill development. Students must attend and participate in each live course. There will be no make up for missed Collaborate sessions, but sessions will be recorded and you may review the recording for review. In addition, you are expected to answer all discussion questions posted by the instructor on the Moodle page.
Attendance: 50 %
5 points for each Collaborate session attended.
Moodle: 50%
5 points for each discussion question answered with minimum word requirement and references added.
Homework25Working in teams of 3, all students must practice 1 time a week during weeks 3-13 (10 practice lessons total). Teams need to find a time that they can meet over a phone call, Skype, or through Collaborate. During each practice session, students will rotate between the roles of coach, client and observer. Students will use the provided case studies to simulate family life situations. In the coaching session, the person being coached will role-play the case study assigned for that module.
Project25Each student must find a volunteer parent and practice 4 coaching experiences with the client; the first time for 1-1.5 hours (intake, using the forms we create), the next three times for as much time as needed. For summary, students need to submit a reflection paper.
TopicTime Devoted to Each TopicActivity
Course Overview: Coaching 1013 hourssee syllabus
Roots of Coaching: Coaching Psychology Research and Practice3 hourssee syllabus
Roots of Coaching: Family Science Research and Practice3 hourssee syllabus
Theory to Practice: Application of Coaching3 hourssee syllabus
Coaching Families: Full Coaching Session3 hourssee syllabus
Intakes and beginning the coaching process3 hourssee syllabus
Assessments: Going Deeper 3 hourssee syllabus
Powerful Questions3 hourssee syllabus
Types of Family Coaching 3 hourssee syllabus
Relationship Coaching3 hourssee syllabus
Parent Coaching3 hourssee syllabus
Coaching for Special Needs3 hourssee syllabus
Coaching: Where do you belong3 hourssee syllabus
Building a Coaching Business3 hourssee syllabus
mlnosbis 3/10/2016: Possible consults with DGP of Psychology (Dr. Lynne Baker-Ward), DGP of Sociology (Dr. Steven McDonald) because of similar family life content. Enter consultation notes/summary in the Consults section of this form (above Instructional Resource Statement).

ghodge 3/16/2016 Send to the above for consultations. Ready for ABGS reviews.

ABGS Reviewer Comments:
-Students who are introduced to the possibility of starting a private coaching practice by this course might also consider courses in business management and entrepreneurship offered by Poole.
renutt (Fri, 19 Feb 2016 15:59:00 GMT): Rollback: Adjust participation on syllabus and list curriculum this would affect in CIM.
renutt (Fri, 26 Feb 2016 20:14:39 GMT): Rollback: Kim, I didn't see where these two items (see below) were done - if I missed it just shoot me an email and let me know! Rollback: Adjust participation on syllabus and list curriculum this would affect in CIM.
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