Lessons Learned:
Practical Advice for the Teaching of Psychology

Lessons
Learned

The essential guide for psychology educators (and educators-to-be) at every level--from high school to graduate school

Lessons Learned: Practical Advice for the Teaching of Psychology is written for anyone in psychology who teaches. Teachers and teachers-to-be -- as well as teachers in other disciplines -- will find the practical, hands-on series of chapters useful.

Practical Advice for the
Teaching of Psychology

This extraordinary publication compiles the popular Teaching Tips columns that have appeared in the Observer, the monthly publication of the American Psychological Society.

Edited by
Baron Perlman, Lee I. McCann and Susan H. McFadden

The American Psychological Society

At your fingertips is valuable information on such topics as:
Developing effective lectures
Teaching Introductory Psychology
Preventing and dealing with cheating
Computerizing your course
Finding the right textbook
Creating good exams
Critical thinking
Undergraduate research
Increasing student interest in psychological theories and much, much more!

Lessons Learned: Practical Advice for the Teaching of Psychology is available from APS for $20 for APS members (the non-member price is $30), plus $3 for shipping.

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