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Teaching of Psychology: Ideas and Innovations. Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Undergraduate Teaching of Psychology (18th, Monticello, New York, March 24-26, 2004).

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This document includes the proceedings and papers of the 18th Annual Conference on Undergraduate Teaching of Psychology, which was held on March 24-26, 2004 in Monticello, NY. The conference, which dealt with ideas and innovations in the teaching of psychology, was sponsored by the Psychology Department of the Farmingdale State University. The conference featured paper presentations on various topics related to teaching psychology at the undergraduate level. Some topics include: using technology in the classroom, dealing with textbook plagiarism in introductory psychology, sending students into the world wide web, and developing learning goals and performance outcomes in the psychology curriculum. Sixteen papers are included herein. (Individual papers contain references. For the year 2000 proceedings, see ED450632.)

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Author:Oswald, Patricia A., Ed.; Zaromatidis, Katherine, Ed.; Levine, Judith R., Ed.; Indenbaum, Gene, Ed.
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Article Type:Abstract
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Mar 24, 2004
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