Who Killed Socrates?
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
The APA (2000, 2007) recommended the inclusion of a capstone course in psychology undergraduate teaching. We now live in a strained economic climate in which universities must deliver education to increasing numbers of students, usually delivered within lecture-based teaching. One goal of psychology is to lead students towards meaning-making and tolerance of ambiguity; skills which cannot adequately be taught from a lecture podium. The goal of my presentation would be to offer a fresh look at empirically derived pedagogic theory, application of which, within a core course such as a capstone experience, may anticipate and elucidate emerging educational demands as well as address some longstanding curricular needs of undergraduate psychology faculty and students.
International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology
Vancouver, British Colombia
Burns, Lawrence, "Who Killed Socrates?" (2011). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 194.
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