ERIC Number: ED405022
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1996-Mar
Reference Count: N/A
Teaching of Psychology: Ideas and Innovations. Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Undergraduate Teaching of Psychology (10th, Ellenville, New York, March 20-22, 1996).
Levine, Judith, Ed.; Indenbaum, Gene, Ed.
The 18 papers in this proceedings describe strategies and practices used in undergraduate psychology courses at two- and four-year colleges. The following presentations are included: "The Costs and Benefits of Critical Thinking," (Randall E. Osborne, Judy Laws, Ken Weadick, and Vicki Mantooth); "What's a Developmentalist To Do?" (Judith Luis); "The Use of Role Playing Techniques Helps Students Understand Organizational Principles," (Edward J. Murray and Carol A. Puthoff-Murray); "Distance Learning in Psychology: Organizing, Managing, and Mentoring," (Patricia A. Oswald); "The Quest for Respect: Quality Within a Distance Education Context," (Kenneth C. Elliot); "The Bigger Picture: Context in the Research Methods Course," (Susan M. Schneider); "Teaching Concepts in Experimental Psychology through Journal Articles: A Technique that Works!" (Susan K. Marell); "Computer Aided Statistics Instruction Protocol (CASIP) Restructuring Undergraduate Statistics in Psychology: An Integration of Computers into Instruction and Evaluation," (Ki-Young Rah and Michael Scuello); "Teaching a Test and Measurements Course by Developing a Measurement Instrument," (Margaret D. Anderson); "Psychometric Scales: Learning by Doing," (George C. Fago); "Human Development or Developmental Psychology: That Is the Question, or What's in a Name?" (Julie Guay-McIntyre, Leslie A. Grout, Sybillyn H. Jennings, and Jean E. Poppei); "The Road to Understanding the Self is Paved with Yellow Bricks," (Jeffrey B. Adams and Caterina Eppolito); "Depth by Doing: Cooperative Research Projects in Social Psychology," (Karen O'Quin); "Teaching the History of Psychology in Context, or Depth Without Breadth Leads to 'Shallow' Learning," (Howard M. Reid and John B. Morganti); "Engaging Students in Large Lecture Classes," (Gail Martino and Fabio Sala); "TQM in Class: From Disaster to Success in Essay Exams in Introductory Psychology," (Choichiro Yatani); "Psychodrama: Virtual Reality Simulation," (Gordon Whitman); and "A Writing Workshop for Sophomores," (Suzanne M. Phillips). The conference program is included. (TGI)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Farmingdale. Coll. of Technology.
Note: For selected papers, see JC 970 129-141. For the previous year's proceedings, see ED 389 364.