Marymount University

Undergraduate Catalog 2016-17

PSY 405 General Psychology Laboratory Instructor Practicum

This course will prepare students to supervise PSY 105 General Psychology Laboratory courses. After preparing students to supervise sections of the laboratories, the course will focus on addressing concerns that arise while teaching, especially while supervising the laboratory sections. Students will discuss teaching-related issues, such as consistent evaluation of student products via rubrics, using an active teaching style, and using a Socratic-type method to answer questions. The course also will help students prepare for a future career in psychology by assisting them in the completion of items necessary for admission to a graduate program. This course spans the fall and spring semester. Students must register for 3 credits in both the fall and the spring. This course is a substitute for PSY 400. Prerequisites/corequisites: Psychology major, selection by a faculty committee, concurrent supervision of the laboratories associated with PSY 105. Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: EXP. (6)

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Undergraduate Catalog 2016-17

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