Exploring the Relationship Between Pedogogy and Counselor Trainees' Multicultural and Social Justice Competence
The authors evaluated the acquisition of 6 constructs related to multicultural and social justice competence for 60 counselors-in-training (CITs) in 3 multicultural counseling courses. Each course was assigned a unique pedagogical approach: didactic, experiential, or community service learning. Statistical analyses indicated that pedagogical approach had the greatest impact on CITs’ growth in multicultural relationship, multicultural skills, and social justice advocacy constructs. Analyses also indicated growth across all 3 pedagogies for multicultural knowledge and multicultural awareness constructs. The authors explore patterns of pedagogical impact, discuss practical implications, and make suggestions for further research.
Killian, T. & Floren, M. (2020). Exploring the relationship between pedagogy and counselor trainees’ multicultural and social justice competence. Journal of Counseling & Development, 98, 295-307. http://doi.org/10.1002/jcad.12324 Please note that the Recommended Citation may not be appropriate for your discipline. For help with other citation styles, please visit http://libguides.misericordia.edu/citationguide.