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Psychology Teaching Review Vol 14 No 2 2008

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Quick Overview

This themed issue raises related questions concerning the place of psychology in schools and colleges. What impact does it have on teaching undergraduates? Are pre-tertiary courses teaching the right skills and knowledge? To what extent do pre-tertiary courses in psychology prepare students for university psychology or give them useful qualifications? Should they be a prerequisite or are they a hindrance?

 

Contents

Editorial

Section 1: Psychology in its place: Furthering the debate started by John Radford in PTR 14 (1)

Psychology for all: Whose psychology is it anyway?

Philip Banyard

Graduate Basis for Registration and its place within psychology

Katherine Cartmell

Studying psychology: The context of other disciplines

W.Ray Crozier & Neil Cooper

An employability perspective

Laura Dean

Psychology, biology and the market place

T.E. Dickins

The value of GBR and the employability of psychology graduates

Martin Hagger

Teaching for very long-term retention and better ways of thinking

David Hardman

Broadening the boundaries of psychology through community psychology

Carolyn Kagan

There's a place for us - and our graduates - in the workplace

Siobhan MacAndrew

A student's perspective

David Moore & Rebecca Semmens-Wheeler

Teaching psychology: The political context John Newland A coaching psychology perspective

Stephen Palmer

Psychology for all

Nash Popovic

The psychology degree in its place

Peter Reddy & Kim Rochelle

'By the end of the course all students should know. . . ': Setting coherent aims for the teaching of psychology in school, college and university

Martin Rowley

It is not what we teach but the way that we teach it

Annie Trapp

A place for everything, and everything in its place

John Radford

Section 2: Other Papers

Peer mentoring experiences of psychology students at the London Metropolitan University Writing Centre

Savita Bakhshi, Kathy Harrington & Peter O'Neill

International issues in education

Kai Ruggeri, Dra. Carmen Díaz, Karl Kelley, Ilona Papousek, Martin Dempster & Donncha Hanna

Experiences and expectations: The real reason nobody likes stats

Kai Druggeri, Martin Dempster, Donncha Hanna & Carol Cleary

The teaching of psychology on health professional courses

Dominic Upton & Hayley Mansell

Section 3: Abstracts - Recent studies in teaching and learning

James Hartley

Section 4: Book reviews

 

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