Handbook for Enhancing Undergraduate Education in Psychology
For individuals in the U.S. & U.S. territories
This handbook is an excellent resource tool for faculty development. It contains contributions from such renowned experts in the field of educational psychology as: Cynthia Baum, Charles L. Brewer, Bruce R. Fretz, Diane F. Halpern, Virginia Andreoli Mathie, Antonio E. Puente, Mark E. Ware, and Wayne Weiten. In addition to the contributors to this handbook, there are over 60 diverse and prominent individuals whose work in educational psychology has been vital to this publication, including Ludy T. Benjamin, Jr., Christine Iijima Hall, Richard Kasschau, Wilbert McKeachie, Kathryn Quina, Pamela Reid, Richard Suinn, and Carole Wade.
Handbook for Enhancing Undergraduate Education in Psychology deals with topics such as: curriculum assessment, student advising, faculty development and networking, ethnic minority recruitment and retention, and transforming undergraduate psychology for the 21st century.