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Psychology Teaching Review Vol 18 No 2 Autumn 2012

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Psychology Teaching Review encourages research on teaching and learning in psychology, to serve as a vehicle for the sharing of good practice, and to improve the teaching of psychology at all levels. It carries articles on any aspects of teaching and learning in psychology, particularly those with a strong theoretical underpinning.

This edition is a Special Issue on the HEA STEM Conference.

 

Contents

Editorial

Jacqui Taylor

HEA STEM Conference

The science of enhanced student engagement and employability: Introducing the psychology stream of the inaugural HEA STEM Conference

Julie Hulme, Jacqui Taylor, Mark N.O. Davies & Peter Banister

Animal behaviour fieldwork: Introducing psychology students to the process of science

Thomas E. Dickins & Peter Donovan

A comparative analysis of students' satisfaction with teaching on STEM vs. non-STEM programmes

Chris Pawson

Stress, positive psychology and the National Student Survey

Chris Gibbons

Reframing perceptions of the lecture from challenges to opportunities: Embedding active learning and formative assessment into the teaching of large classes

Naomi Winstone & Lynne Millward

Helping students succeed through using reflective practice to enhance metacognition and create realistic predictions

Carolyn Mair

The benefits of volunteering for psychology students

Rachel Bromnick, Ava Horowitz & Daniel Shepherd

The assessment of critical evaluation, leadership and reflection skills through participation in online discussions

Jacqui Taylor

The value of peers and support from scaffolding: Applying constructivist principles to the teaching of psychology

Naomi Winstone & Lynne Millward

Peer-assisted learning in research methods and statistics

Anna Stone, Claire Meade & Rosamond Watling

Individual Papers

Encouraging good writing practice in first-year psychology students: An intervention using Turnitin

Lucy R. Betts, Stephen J. Bostock, Tracey J. Elder & Mark Trueman

Developing a psychology undergraduate research community in a new university

Patricia Roberts, Candan Ertubey, Isabella McMurray & Ian Robertson

Evaluating psychology students' library skills and experiences

Steve Jones & Julie Allen

Do students who get low grades only in research methods need the same help as students who get low grades in all topics in psychology?

John A. Barry

An innovative approach to encouraging spiral learning for third-year undergraduates

Anne Emerson & Gareth J. Williams

Book Reviews

Liz Winter

Recent papers on teaching, learning, writing and assessment

James Hartley

 

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