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Sharon, Tanya – Teaching of Psychology, 2012
This article describes an innovative lab course in which students designed and constructed five developmentally (and locally) appropriate museum exhibits around the theme "Healthy Living." They installed these at a local children's museum, designed a pretest/posttest to assess children's learning from the exhibit, conducted children through the…
Descriptors: Museums, Content Analysis, Perspective Taking, Exhibits
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Muir, Gary M.; van der Linden, Gretchen J. – Teaching of Psychology, 2009
Students in large, lecture-based introductory psychology classes often do not have the benefit of experiential learning (EL) opportunities due to logistical constraints. To overcome this obstacle, we developed an EL project in which introductory psychology students in small groups present some aspect of the course material to local elementary…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Experiential Learning, Psychology, Introductory Courses