Teaching Psychology Online

Teaching Psychology Online

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Intended as a resource for psychology educators ranging from teaching assistants to experienced faculty, this book shows readers how to effectively create and manage an online psychology course. Guidelines for preparing courses, facilitating communication, and assigning grades are provided along with activities and assessments geared specifically towards psychology. Pedagogical theories and research are fused with the authorsa€™ teaching experiences to help maximize the readera€™s abilities as an online psychology instructor. The book focuses on psychology education at the undergraduate level but it also includes material appropriate for graduate students and professionals. Readers will find helpful examples from all the major content areas including introductory, social, developmental, biological, abnormal, and positive psychology, and human sexuality. Every chapter is organized around 3 sections. The Purpose part introduces the key concepts, theory, and research. The Implementation section reviews the a€˜nuts and boltsa€™ of online teaching, and the Troubleshooting section addresses key problems and potential solutions. 'Text boxes' highlight important tips. The website http://www.TeachingPsychologyOnline.com provides additional tips, links to related articles and other resources, and examples of online psychology assignments from across the discipline. The book addresses: launching your online course; enhancing student/instructor communication; modes of multimedia and how to integrate them into your course including lecture videos, podcasting, blogging, wikis, and social networking sites; creating activities for online courses; assessment and grading; and online education trend including doctoral level education. Ideal for instructors teaching ANY psychology course, from introductory to upper-level undergraduate to graduate courses, this text can be used for developing on line courses in applied areas such as counseling, health, and industrial psychology as well as for courses in social, cognitive, and developmental psychology. Instructors of any technical skill level can use this book, including those familiar with Blackboard to those who are just getting started. Whether you are a seasoned pro or new to teaching psychology online, the tips in this book can help improve your instruction, reduce your prep time, and enhance your studentsa€™ success.ONLINE. PSYCHOLOGY. Based upon the previous six chapters, it is only natural to wonder, what does the future hold for ... specifically, how online education can enable the dream of a PhD, followed by a discussion of faculty acceptance and the ... Finally, the a€œTroubleshootinga€ section helps to set a course for moving into the future by detailing theory and research ... online psychology education, including K-12 online education, accreditation, and demographic and economic trends.


Title:Teaching Psychology Online
Author: Kelly S. Neff, Stewart I. Donaldson
Publisher:Psychology Press - 2013-01-03
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