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Setting the tone

Setting the tone (5:47)

Explaining to the students what they can expect goes a long way toward preventing issues later on in the course.

In this video, Stacey will provide some practical tips on how to set the right tone with your students. Introducing yourself, learning your students’ names and setting some ground rules are some of the topics that will be tackled.

References

  • Lucas, S.G., & Bernstein, D.A. (2014). Teaching psychology: A step-by-step guide (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Psychology Press Taylor & Francis Group.

  • Wilson, J.H., & Hackney, A.A. (2006). Problematic college students: preparing and repairing. In: Buskist, W. and Davis, S.F. (eds.), Handbook of the teaching of psychology (pp.233-237). Oxford, England: Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9780470754924.ch40

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