PSYC 201A Teaching in Psychology I

Seminar providing graduate students with practical teaching skills that are relevant to TA'ing, mentoring research assistants, and eventual independent course design in the field of psychology. This is not a lecture course. The main activities are reading, reflecting, writing, constructively critiquing work, presentations, and group discussion. There is also time to workshop individual TA difficulties as they arise. Pedagogical approaches for diverse classrooms are discussed in hope of creating a climate in which students feel safe asking questions and speaking their minds.


Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.




Hannah Raila