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APPENDIX A
Consultation Regarding Proposed Changes to the Youth
Concentration
Email A, sent February 2, 2010
Good day!
CAD is in the process of restructuring our youth and family concentration -- one of four
concentrations in the CAD major. The restructuring plan is based on youth worker degree
programs in the UK and also the youth work degree at the University of Minnesota. With the
proposed revision, we are proposing to drop some previously included courses and add others.
Your department or program has courses that we would like to include in the restructured
concentration. If the process for the revisions goes smoothly, we would hope that the new
curriculum structure would be in place by fall 2011. If you are not the correct person to oversee
the decision making process re: course inclusion, please forward this message onto the correct
person and please cc me on the email so that I know who to follow up with as needed. My email
is [email protected]
Attached is a table that displays the current curriculum for the concentration and the proposed
changes. I have summarized the courses below by department so you can easily comment on
each regarding whether or not it should be included.
Africana Studies: AFRS678
Counseling: COUN702
Criminal Justice: CJ470, CJ475, CJ485, CJ323
English: ENG417
Ethnic Studies: ETHS480
Education: EDUC703
Family and Consumer Science: CFS321
Health Education: HED660, HED431
Kinesiology: KIN434
Psychology: PSY430
Recreation, Parks, and Tourism: RPT330, RPT400, RPT440
Social Work: SW402
Sociology: SOC500
If in reviewing the various categories under the proposed concentration curriculum, you find
your course(s) are more appropriate for another area, are simply inappropriate for the
concentration, or you have other courses that should be considered for one of the topical areas,
please let me know. The proposed structure was based on our understanding of the course
content from a syllabus, student experience, or from the course descriptions in the bulletin.
Currently we have over 200 CAD students enrolled in the youth concentration. Please note that
none of your classes serves as an only option for the students in any given category. If you
choose to have your course(s) included in the concentration, I would very much appreciate
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information on how often the course has been offered in the last three years; this would be very
helpful in our planning.
Thank you very much for your consideration of this project and the inclusion of your courses in
the CAD program. If possible, I would very much appreciate your response by next Tuesday,
February 9, by the end of the work day. If this is not feasible, please propose an alternate
deadline.
With appreciation and respect,
Llm
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Email B Sent on March 11, 2010
Greetings, Rob!
Hope you are well.
In the proposed changes to the CAD youth concentration we are considering the inclusion of
COUN702 in the area of Ethics. I would like to confirm that it is okay to have COUN702
included in the concentration.
We currently have about 200 students in the youth concentration. I estimate that you could have
as many as 25 students in COUN702 class each year as there is only one other alternative course.
This estimate is based on the current enrollment of CAD400 which is 50 and offered once per
year. CAD400 is required of all of our youth concentration students and there is no course
option.
Note, if we get our proposed Child and Youth Development course up and running the potential
CAD enrollment in COUN702 could drop to an estimated 10-12 students per year. I realize this
is probably a long shot… but it never hurts to ask – smile.
Thanks for considering this.
llm
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Example of Personalized Email C Sent on April 20, 2010
Greetings, Rita!
CAD is in the process of revising the Youth concentration to make it more applicable to current
competencies and demands of the field. We would like to include SW402 in the revisions if you
approve and believe that the course would promote the students’ ability to guide experiential
learning activities. Please let me know your thoughts. I am trying to get the proposal finalized
by 4/25.
Thank you so much for your consideration.
llm
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Email D Sent on September 2, 2010
Greetings!
I am writing to share the finalized version of the revised youth concentration for CAD. Your
department has courses that have either been dropped or included in the revised version of the
youth concentration.
Attached is a document that allows you to compare and contrast the youth concentration of the
2010-11 bulletin to that which is proposed.
If you have comments, concerns, or approval regarding your respective courses that you would
like included in the Consultation section of the Curriculum Revision document, please let me
know by the end of the day tomorrow, as I believe the documents will be shared at the college
level (CHHS) at next week at the Chair’s meeting.
Many thanks for your consideration.
Enjoy the holiday weekend!
Llm
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Email E sent on August 25, 2010 to Chris Mays of the SFSU Library
Greetings, Chris!
We are in the process of revamping the CAD curriculum. I am in charge of the Youth and
Family concentration (with the new proposed name of Youth Work and Out of School Time).
Attached is the proposed outline (old vs new version file).
Note the number of units has decreased substantially to be more in line with the BA degree as
opposed to the BS.
I am also attaching the course proposals associated with this concentration as it is quite a few.
Please review and let me know if you see any concerns about library resources, both staff and
materials. Nothing stands out to me, but I would like your expert approval. If anyone else from
the library should see this as well, please forward to the appropriate persons and cc me on the
email.
I am hoping to have this finalized by Monday. Would it be possible to send me your approval or
concerns by the end of the day on Friday? My apologies for the quick turnaround. If it is not
feasible we will submit with “pending library approval”.
Many thanks!
llm
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Table of Consultation for Youth Concentration
Email (Date Sent)
Recipients
Response Summary (Date If
Applicable)
Bunge (Psychology)
Rabolt (CFSD)
No response
Confirmed understanding of CFS courses that
were being dropped and added; provided a
history of the offerings of CFS321 but did not
provide clear approval or denial per se.
No response
Happy to work with CAD in including RPT 330,
440, and 400.
Asked if RPT300, 380, and 420 could serve as
electives.
RPT380 added to the concentration
RPT300 under consideration for the
concentration
No concern expressed
Love (HED)
Tierney (RPT)
Email A (February 2,
2010)
Yansane (International
Relations)
Joost (Education)
Snipes (Criminal Justice)
Chew (Ethnic Studies)
McCaughan (Sociology)
Graff and Voloshin (English)
Email B (March 11,
2010)
Kern (Kinesiology)
Takahashi (Social Work)
Williams (Counseling)
Williams (Counseling)
Takahashi (Social Work)
Love (HED)
Email C (April 20, 2010)
Elia (HED)
Email D (September 2,
2010)
Lewis (Psychology)
Rabolt (CFSD)
No concern expressed.
Can include CJ470, 475, and 485
Cannot include CJ323 as not appropriate
Can include ETHS480 in the concentration.
Cannot include SOC500 because it is a Senior
seminar for Sociology majors
After consultation, CAD decided ENG417 was
not appropriate for Experiential Learning
section of the concentration.
Cannot include KIN434 as it has been “banked”
No response
No response
COUN702 cannot be included in the
concentration as it is a graduate level program
and has too many students. Suggested a third
section for undergrads to be funded by the
college but this seems unfeasible given budget.
(3/11/2010)
SW402 cannot be included in the concentration
as it is full with only SW students. (4/20/2010)
HED431 cannot be included in the
concentration as it is part of HED sequenced
pathway. (4/21/2010)
HED660 can be included in concentration given
that it is one of 6-7 choices. (8/27/2010)
No concerns expressed.
No concerns expressed.
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Love (HED)
Carrillo (RAZA)
Goldman (Biology)
Hoff (Sexuality Studies)
Mccaughan (Sociology)
Tierney (RPT)
Snipes (Criminal Justice)
Angel Fuentes (Social
Work)
Alamilla Boyd (Women &
Gender Studies)
Merrigan
(Communications)
Tsuruta (Africana Studies
Chew (Ethnic Studies)
Williams (Counseling)
Email E (August 25,
2010)
Mays (Library)
No concerns expressed.
No concerns expressed.
No concerns expressed.
No concerns expressed.
No concerns expressed.
Requested that CAD continue to work closely
with RPT regarding scheduling and to have
forewarning of the introduction of any new
CAD courses.
No concerns expressed.
No concerns expressed.
No concerns expressed.
Misunderstood table and thought COMM
courses (531 and 503) were being added to
concentration. These were instead being
dropped. Later expressed disappointment in
this but appreciated
No concerns expressed.
No concerns expressed.
No concerns about dropping COUN605 and 606
from the concentration.
No concerns regarding the role of the library
and its resources in relation to the new course
proposals. (9/31/2010)
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APPENDIX B
Bulletin Copy – Youth Work and Out of School Time
Youth Work and Out of School Time Concentration
26-27 units
Youth and Context Choose one …………………………………………………………………….3-4
HED660 Developing Health Youth in Schools and Communities
AFRS678 Urban Issues of Black Children and Youth
CJ470 Juvenile Justice/ SOC452 Juvenile Justice (4)
CJ475 Intervention Policies in Juvenile Justice
CJ485 Issues of Criminalization of Latino Youth
ETHS480 Youth Culture, Race and Resistance
Youth Development Choose one …………………….....................................................................3
PSY430 Adolescent Psychology
CFS321 Adolescents and Families
Community Youth Development......……………………………………………………………….…3
CAD400 Community Youth Development
Experiential Learning…………………………..…………………………………………………….…4
Courses must be taken concurrently
CAD 430 Experiential and Activity Based Learning (2)
CAD 431 Seminar with Experiential and Activity Based Learning Practice (2)
Special Topics Choose one …………….…………….....................................................................3
RPT330 Arts and Crafts for Leisure
RPT380 Developmental Play Processes
RPT440 Urban Recreation, Park and Leisure Services
Ethics………………………………….…………………………………………………………………..3
CAD 540 Ethics and Principles in Serving Youth
Program Development and Evaluation…….................................................................................3
RPT400 Program Planning
Culminating Experience …………………………………………………………………………….…4
Courses must be taken concurrently
CAD 630 Youth Work and Out of School Time Internship Seminar (1)
CAD 631 Youth Work & Out of School Time Internship (3)
Total for concentration………………………………………………………………………………...26-27
Total for major………………………………………………………………………………………....44-45
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