Teaching

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There are many excellent websites providing teaching resources (see below) so why do we need another one? PsychWiki is unique in that...

  1. we can pool advice and tips from many different experts (that you could not obtain from books or static websites), including expert opinions about which of the many teaching websites are the most useful and why -- so that the user has an easy-to-use starting place for learning about teaching in psychology
  2. we can avoid "reinventing the wheel" because we can use a wiki to pass on what you know and benefit the field collectively
  3. we can compile a centralized database of useful links because you/anyone/everyone can easily add links to all the different webpages about teaching resources




- How to select textbooks?

- How to create a syllabus?

- How to prepare lectures?

- How to give presentations?

- How to implement in-class online experiments?

- How to evaluate student performance?

- How to deal with problem students?

- How to deal with students talking too loudly in class?

- How to deal with cheating?

- How to identify plagiarism?

- Where to find online teaching resources?

- What to do on the first day of class?

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