Essays from E-xcellence in Teaching: 2007
A collection of monthly essays
Steven A. Meyers
Jeffrey R. Stowell
Society for the Teaching of Psychology
Table of Contents
|Title Page and Front Matter||i|
|1. Strategies for Reaching Sexual Minority Students Inside and Outside the Classroom (Jan 2007)
Jeffrey L. Helms and Teresa Joyce, Kennesaw State University
|2. Eat Your FIBER: How to Help Students Digest Psychological Science (Feb 2007)
Brian L. Burke, Fort Lewis College
|3. Teaching Psychology Online: Approaching Excellence and Avoiding Defeat (Mar 2007)
Marcel S. Kerr, Texas Wesleyan University
|4. Some Thoughts About Teaching Issues of Culture in Psychology (Apr 2007)
David Matsumoto, San Francisco State University
|5. Encouraging Academic Honesty through Active Plagiarism Instruction and Prevention (May 2007)
Patricia Puccio, College of DuPage
|6. Study More! Study Harder! Students’ and Teachers’ Faulty Beliefs About How People Learn (Jun 2007)
Stephen L. Chew, Samford University
|7. Teaching Psychology Using Team-Based Learning (Jul 2007)
Dominic Simon, New Mexico State University
Laura Madson, New Mexico State University
|8. Ideas for Teaching Unfamiliar or Unpopular Courses (Aug 2007)
Janet F. Carlson, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
|9. How Cognitive Psychology Can Enhance Your Students’ Learning (Sep 2007)
Margaret W. Matlin, SUNY Geneseo
|10. Setting Up a Blog or Podcast for the Teaching of Psychology: A “How To” and “Why To” (Oct 2007)
Michael Britt, Marist College
|11. Creating an Undergraduate Psychology Peer Mentoring Program: Challenges and Rewards (Nov 2007)
Jeana L. Magyar-Moe, University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point
|12. Rescuing the Affective: Teaching the Mind and the Heart (Dec 2007)
Patricia Owen-Smith, Oxford College of Emory University
|About the authors||53|
|About the editors||56|
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