(Arlington, September 2015) Mukul Bhalla, Ph.D. Vice-President of Academic Affairs at Argosy University, Washington DC and Radhika Krishnadas, Ed.D. AVP of Curriculum & Assessment at Argosy University, are two of three authors on a peer reviewed book chapter in the Oxford Handbook of Undergraduate Psychology Education.
Their chapter, "Addressing the Needs of Nontraditional Students in Psychology" discusses whether the psychology departments of higher education institutions are meeting the needs of nontraditional students. The authors suggest strategies for pedagogical and institutional practices (based on classic and current research), such as emphasis on experiential learning, online delivery of courses and services, flexibility in providing mentoring and advising services, and inclusion of prior learning credits.
As part of the Oxford Library of Psychology series, this new handbook provides up-to-date perspectives and practical advice to teachers, educators, researchers and administrators within psychology who are seeking to improve teaching and learning in their departments.
Read more about "Addressing the Needs of Nontraditional Students in Psychology" here.
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