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So 206

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Kathy Tassier

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So 206
Death and Dying

Kathy Tassier
Room 145
248-8463
ktassier@bmcc.edu

What Brings You to This Class?
Taboo Subject:
"No one told me of the embarassment of death....perhaps the bereaved ought to be isolated in special settlements like lepers." C.S. Lewis in "A Grief Observed."


"The culture doesn't encourage you to think about such things until you are about to die. We're wrapped up with egotistical things, like career, family, having enough money, meeting the mortgage, fixing the radiator, getting a new car." Mitch Albom in "Tuesdays with Morrie."
What does death education look like?
Teaching children in classrooms or grief support groups usually involves children's literature, media, etc.
In secondary schools
-Suicide Prevention
-Violence and Violence Prevention
-Crisis Counseling
-the death of a pet
-barely avoiding an auto accident
-the funeral of a loved one
-a visit to a cemetery
Informal Education
(teachable moments)
Four Dimensions of Death Education
Cognitive
Affective
Behavioral
Valuational
The Christmas Miracle of Jonathon Toomey
Syllabus
Moodle
-Blog for Week One
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