Symposium 1. Teaching Abnormal Psychology: Challenges and Strategies for Successful Course
In this symposium, five faculty with extensive experience teaching Abnormal Psychology and related courses at a wide variety of institutions will present their practical strategies for meeting the challenges of successful teaching about psychopathology. We will focus on five related issues in teaching this course: emphasis on “teachable moments,” the importance of experiential learning, methods for enhancing student motivation, cultural issues in teaching this material, and the use of interdisciplinary approaches in the course.
Individual Paper Abstracts
ENRICHING THE CLASSROOM WITH EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
ON TEACHING IN THE "TEACHABLE MOMENT"
THE DIFFICULTY OF TEACHING ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY IN JAPAN: CULTURE AND HISTORY
CONSIDERING MOTIVATION AND COLLABORATION IN ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY COURSE DESIGN
AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO THE TEACHING OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY: RATIONALE, ADVANTAGES AND CHALLENGES
© 2008 Victor Karandashev