ERIC Number: ED365398
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993-Mar
Teaching of Psychology: Ideas and Innovations. Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Undergraduate Teaching of Psychology (7th, Ellenville, New York, March 24-26, 1993).
Hackett, Michael S., Ed.; Levine, Judith R., Ed.
This proceedings contains the text or abstracts of presentations made at a conference on undergraduate psychology instruction. The following presentations are included: (1) "Good Testing: An Analysis of Classroom Context," by Rhonda Hustedt Jacobsen; (2) "The Portfolio as a Teaching and Evaluation Tool," by Mary Kay Reed; (3) "Improving Student Learning by Using a Symposium as an Authentic Assessment Technique," by Donald D. Craft; (4) "Teaching Introductory Industrial/Organizational Psychology as a Liberal Arts Subject," by Richard Ruth; (5) "What a Psychologist Learned by Teaching Writing: Improving Technique and Assessment," by Dana S. Dunn; (6) "An Analysis of Traditional Classroom Assessment Techniques and a Discussion of Alternative Methods of Assessment," by Stacey Beth Zaremba and Matthew T. Schultz; (7) "Attitudes and Achievement in Introductory Psychological Statistics Classes: Traditional versus Computer Supported Instruction," by Zandra S. Gratz, Gloria D. Volpe, and Bonnie M. Kind; (8) "Cooperative Testing in Introductory Level Psychology Courses," by Martha O. Meinster and Karen C. Rose; and (9) "The Senior Coordinating Seminar as a Vehicle for Assessment of the Major," by Paul F. Cunningham. In addition, abstracts and references are provided for papers on value-oriented instruction, collaborative case-study learning, extra credit, and critical thinking. (AC)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Farmingdale. Coll. of Technology.
Note: For selected individual papers, see JC 940 160-168.