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This course focuses on the teaching of psychology at the college level, with a Professional Portfolio developed as an end product to the course. In addition, students will be introduced to the scholarship and pedagogy of teaching. Students will have the opportunity to discuss issues related to teaching undergraduate psychology courses at Gallaudet University. Topics such as the following will be discussed: the syllabus, choosing a text, the first class, lecturing and presenting material, assessing student learning through tests, quizzes, written assignments and other methods, the faculty-student relationship and dealing with difficult students among other topics. Issues relating to deaf learners will also be discussed.

Students must have second-year status or above to take this course

Program: Psychology

Credit: 3

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