Voices of Experience
Memorable Talks From the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology
Edited by Baron Perlman, Lee I. McCann and William Buskist
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Auburn University
Voices of Experience highlights the most informative and entertaining talks presented at the annual NITOP convention. Volume 1 includes chapters on the history and context of teaching psychology; themes that are important in any psychology course; teaching methods; empirical research on teaching and student learning; and the essence of good teaching and of being an academic.
Voices of Experience Volume 1 shares ideas on teaching strategies, such as:
- Storytelling as a teaching strategy
- Maintaining classroom enthusiasm
- How to ruin a good lecture using technology
- The brain and our students: How to explain why neuroscience is relevant psychology
- And much more!
Also Published by APS:
Lessons Learned V. 1 and V.2: Practical Advice for the teaching of Psychology