A Guide to Teaching Introductory Psychology concentrates on the vital elements of teaching introductory psychology to undergraduate trainees. It consists of concepts, pointers, and techniques for efficiently teaching this course and supplies beneficial responses to frequently asked concerns.
- A succinct and available guide to teaching introductory courses in Psychology
- Begins with an orienting history of the course· Evaluates existing patterns in teaching and provides recommendations for establishing individual strategies
- Addresses a variety of pertinent concerns, consisting of how to teach hard subjects; connecting course material to daily experience; establishing and utilizing class discussions, active knowing concepts and lectures; and increasing interest in course subjects
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