Society for the Teaching of Psychology
|Table of Contents|
|2. Developing Your Philosophy of Teaching|
|3. Planning A Course: Philosophy becomes Practice|
|4. Lectures 'n Stuff|
|5. Managing Class Discussions|
|6. Writing to Learn and Other Forms of Active Learning|
|7. Assessment and Grading|
|8. Evaluating Teaching|
|9. Values and Ethics|
|10. Developing Your Teaching Portfolio|
|11.Landing a Teaching Job|
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Suggested Reference Format
Korn, J. H., & Sikorski, J. (2010). A Guide for Beginning Teachers of Psychology. Retrieved from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology Web site: http://teachpsych.org/ebooks/guide2010/index.php