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Foundations and Techniques for Teaching Psychology in Higher Education

Foundations and Techniques for Teaching Psychology in Higher Education

Date: November 4, 2011 Time: Noon – 4:30 pm Eastern Effective instruction in the discipline of psychology requires specific tools and techniques. In this four-and-a-half-hour workshop, expert practitioners in the fields psychology and education will explore need-to-know topics for student engagement, including student misconceptions about psychology, study skills, active learning, and critical thinking. In addition to the benefits of the longer format—more material, greater chance for collaboration within the cohort of attendees—participants will receive a complimentary book with registration. Part One  - Mythbusters in the Psychology Classroom: Debunking Common Student Misconceptions In part one of the workshop, Scott O. Lilienfeld will discuss the nature and prevalence of widespread... Show More
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