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Teaching Psychology in Higher Education

ISBN/ASIN: 9781405195508,9781444320732 | 2010 | English | pdf | 321/321 pages | 3.18 Mb
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

This ground-breaking book is the first to address the learning and teaching issues associated with psychology in Higher Education in the UK and Europe Presents effective, evidence-based practice and advice for both experienced and new lecturers Covers challenging areas of psychology teaching, such as research methods and statistics, supervision of research projects and management of online learning Relevant for European Universities aligning with the Bologna Declaration Content:
Chapter 1 Individual Differences (pages 1–21): Annie Trapp and Dominic Upton
Chapter 2 Those We Serve? (pages 22–53): Caprice Lantz
Chapter 3 Myths, Maths and Madness (pages 54–81): Peter Reddy and Caprice Lantz
Chapter 4 Teaching You to Suck Eggs? (pages 82–104): Annie Trapp
Chapter 5 Bravery and Creativity through the Curriculum (pages 105–133): Douglas A. Bernstein and Dominic Upton
Chapter 6 Non?Sadistical Methods for Teaching Statistics (pages 134–163): Andy P. Field
Chapter 7 Where Angels Fear to Tread (pages 164–184): Mark Forshaw and Susan Hansen
Chapter 8 How Do You Really Know? (pages 185–212): Kathy Harrington
Chapter 9 Onwards and Upwards (pages 213–239): Jacqui Akhurst
Chapter 10 Spreading the Word (pages 240–263): Dominic Upton
Chapter 11 Psychology (pages 264–271): Dominic Upton and Annie Trapp

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