English | 2022 | ISBN: 9781003162223 | 215 pages | True PDF | 5.71 MB
Learning to Teach Psychology in the Secondary School offers a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the teaching and learning of psychology. Written for trainee teachers and those new to teaching psychology, it will help you to develop your subject knowledge and gain a deeper understanding of the purpose and potential of psychology within the secondary curriculum as well as support the practical skills needed to plan, teach, and evaluate stimulating and creative lessons.
Drawing on theory and the latest research, the text demonstrates how key pedagogical issues link to classroom practice and encourages you to reflect on your own learning and practice to maximise student learning. Written by experts in the field and featuring useful resources, summaries of key points and a range of tasks enabling you to put learning into practice in the classroom, the chapters cover
Using psychology to teach psychology
Teaching specific areas of psychology
Ethics in psychology teaching
Teaching research methods
Teaching the skills of evaluation, analysis and application in psychology
Assessment and feedback
Career progression and professional development
This exciting new addition to the market leading Learning to Teach in the Secondary School series is essential reading for all those who aspire to become an inspirational and engaging psychology teacher.