The Professor's Guide to Teaching: Psychological Principles and Practices

Pages: 353
Item #: 4311251
ISBN: 978-1-55798-960-4
List Price: $39.95
Member/Affiliate Price: $29.95
Publication Date: November 2002
Format: Hardcover
Note: This book is out of print and no longer available for purchase.
Overview

The Professor's Guide to Teaching explores what research has revealed about effective teaching and mines this resource to offer useful suggestions and practical recommendations for both new and seasoned instructors. The book unfolds in a logical fashion, beginning with prepping and lecturing and ending with evaluating and documenting. Chapters achieve a rare blend of theoretical depth and practical utility. For example, Forsyth's analysis of lecturing as a form of communication includes recommendations for teaching that stress the importance of considering the source of the message, the nature of the message, and the characteristics of the receiver of the message. Similarly, the author approaches classroom testing from the standpoint of psychological assessment, and so considers how testing requires the same care that psychologists use when developing questionnaires and inventories.

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