A Guide to Teaching Introductory Psychology focuses on the crucial points of educating introductory psychology to undergraduate college students. It contains concepts, ideas, and methods for successfully educating this course and offers helpful solutions to generally requested questions.
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- Begins with an orienting historical past of the course· Evaluates present traits in educating and gives strategies for creating private strategies
- Addresses various related points, together with how to educate tough subjects; linking course content material to on a regular basis expertise; creating and utilizing class displays, energetic studying concepts and lectures; and rising curiosity in course subjects
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