An Easy-to-Read Guide for Teaching Introductory Psychology (PDF) is a comprehensive source for instructing undergraduate students in introductory psychology. It provides valuable insights, tips, and strategies for making this course engaging and enjoyable for both the teacher and their students. Here are some of the features of this guide:
- A concise and approachable manual for teaching introductory psychology
- Begins with a brief history of the course, examines current teaching trends, and offers suggestions for developing personalized techniques
- Supported by a website offering useful links and instructor handouts that can be used in the classroom (http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/teachpsychscience/lucas/)
- Addresses a variety of relevant topics, such as how to teach complicated subjects, connect course topics to everyday experiences, create and use presentations, active learning techniques, and lectures, and engage students who may initially lack interest
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