ERIC Number: ED288593
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987-Mar-27
Reference Count: N/A
Teaching of Psychology: Ideas and Innovations. Proceedings of the Conference (Farmingdale, New York, March 27, 1987).
Levine, Judith R., Ed.
These conference proceedings contain 17 presentations covering aspects of undergraduate instruction in psychology. Along with an introduction and conference program, the proceedings present: (1) "Paired Psychology and Reading Course at Medgar Evers," by Gloria G. Loewenthal and Thomas O. Edwards; (2) "Thinking through Psychology and Literature: An Interdisciplinary Approach," by Andrea S. Zeren and Nancy A. Lusignan; (3) "Teaching Psychology of the Arts: Two Course Histories," by Katherine Stannard and Joan DiGiovanni; (4) "Write Now: Encourage Clear Thinking," by Joan C. Chrisler and Climeen Wikoff; (5) "Behavior Modification Programs for Mentally Retarded Clients: A Practicum Course," by William R. Balch; (6) "The Psychology Practicum: An Administrative Model," by Debra K. Stein and Robert T. Tauber; (7) "The Strange Case of the Disappearing Student: A Psychodynamic Approach to Understanding and Teaching the Undergraduate Psychology Student," by Marjorie Gelfond; (8) "The Classroom as Theatre: Alternatives to Exams," by Eileen T. Brown; (9) "An APPLE for the Student," by Regina Rumstein; (10) "A Rotational Team Teaching Model for Introductory Psychology," by Henry C. Morlock and others; (11) "Infusing Black Psychology into the Introductory Psychology Course," by Lisa Whitten; (12) "On Motivating the Unmotivated Student," by Joan D. Atwood; (13) "Teaching the History of Psychology by a Major Questions Approach," by Mark C. Gridley; (14) "Behavioral Statistics: A Slightly Different Approach," by Robert Karlin; (15) "Introducing Computers into the Curriculum," by Margaret D. Anderson; (16) "Affective Teaching: Issues We Should Reconsider," by Linda L. Dunlap; and (17) "On the Use of Process in Education," by Ellen Ross. (EJV)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Farmingdale. Agricultural and Technical Coll.