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Author Goss Lucas, Sandra.

Title Teaching psychology : a step by step guide / Sandra Goss Lucas, Douglas A. Bernstein.

Published Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum, 2005.

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 UniM BioMed  150.71 GOSS    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiii, 277 pages ; 24 cm
Notes Disc no longer available.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 249-264) and indexes.
Contents Some Basic Principles of Effective Teaching 3 -- Scholarship of Teaching 6 -- Your Role as a Teacher 9 -- 2 Preparing Your Courses 15 -- Choosing a Textbook 18 -- Creating a Syllabus 20 -- Setting Up a Grading System 29 -- Communicating With Your Students 37 -- 3 First Few Days of Class 40 -- Exploring Your Classroom 41 -- Establishing Yourself as a Teacher 42 -- Presenting Your Syllabus 44 -- Learning Your Students' Names 49 -- Setting the Stage for Group Work 50 -- Ending the First Class 51 -- 4 Developing Your Teaching Style 55 -- Some Characteristics of Effective Teachers 56 -- Effective Lecturing 59 -- Promoting Active Learning 69 -- Conducting Memorable Demonstrations 72 -- Answering and Asking Questions 73 -- Stimulating Class Discussions 77 -- Assigning Student Presentations 80 -- Creating Opportunities for Cooperative Learning 81 -- Using Case Examples 86 -- Arranging for Service-Learning 89 -- Encouraging Critical Thinking 90 -- Teaching Style and Class Size 94 -- Last Day of Class 96 -- 5 Evaluating Student Learning 99 -- Some Guidelines for Assessing Student Learning 100 -- Tests and Quizzes 101 -- Written Assignments 112 -- Applying the Psychology of Learning to Student Evaluation 123 -- 6 Faculty-Student Relationships 127 -- Ethical Use of Teacher Power 128 -- Managing the Classroom Climate 129 -- Dealing With Students' Needs, Excuses, and Complaints 135 -- Dealing With Problem Students 144 -- Dealing With Academic Dishonesty 154 -- Enhancing Students' Motivation to Learn 163 -- Providing Academic Help 169 -- Protecting Students' Privacy 177 -- Writing Letters of Recommendation 178 -- Ethics in the Faculty-Student Relationships 180 -- 7 Using Teaching Technology 186 -- High-Tech Teaching Tools 187 -- PowerPoint Slides 188 -- Classroom Internet Access 191 -- CD-ROM Ancillaries 192 -- Textbook Web Sites 194 -- Web Links and Resources 195 -- Asynchronous Web Components for Traditional Classes 196 -- Instructor Web Sites 200 -- Student-Instructor E-Mail 200 -- Web-Based Courses 204 -- 8 Assessing and Improving Your Teaching 208 -- Sources of Evaluative Feedback on Teaching 209 -- Student Evaluations 209 -- Evaluations by Colleagues 222 -- Self-Evaluation 226 -- Faculty Development Activities 229 -- 9 Integrating Teaching Into Your Academic Life 236 -- Balancing Teaching, Research, and Service 237 -- Dealing With Teaching Anxiety 240.
Other author Bernstein, Douglas A.
Subject Psychology -- Study and teaching.
ISBN 0805842241 (alk. paper)
080584225X (paperback: alk. paper)