For our Psychology fans in America, here’s another addition to our Psychology Micro series, part of the Introduction to Psychology Macro, entitled History of Psychology.
It’s 10% off until the 25th of December, part of our #EdTechAdvent!
Upload this self-grading, supplemental microlearning package to your LMS or VLE for students to learn anytime, anywhere. Students will get an introduction to psychology and you’ll save time and preparation work with this easy-to-use, beautifully designed, and pedagogically-effective Micro.
This self-contained Micro is only $54 for a limited time and includes a lesson, video, interactive glossary flip cards, thought-provoking questions, and a knowledge check quiz. It gives you unlimited options so that you can choose how you want to use it, whether you decide to include it as part of other teaching or let it stand on its own.
All of our Micros are licensed for your unlimited students, so you can use and reuse it for free year after year!
Table of Contents:
- An Introduction to Psychology
- An Introduction to History of Psychology
- Wundt and Structuralism
- James and Functionalism
- Freud and Psychoanalytic Theory
- Wertheimer, Koffka, Köhler, and Gestalt
- Pavlov, Watson, Skinner, and Behaviorism
- Maslow, Rogers, and Humanism
- The Cognitive Revolution
- Multicultural Psychology
- Knowledge Check
After completing History of Psychology, your students should be able to:
- Understand the importance of Wundt and James in the development of psychology
- Appreciate Freud’s influence on psychology
- Understand the basic tenets of Gestalt psychology
- Appreciate the important role that behaviorism played in psychology’s history
- Understand basic tenets of humanism
- Understand how the cognitive revolution shifted psychology’s focus back to the mind
So visit the Shop to download your very own copy today. Remember, you’ll get 10% off every new Micro we release until the 25th of December, 2017!
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