Chapter 2. Those We Serve?
Student Issues and Solutions
- Dominic Upton Head Chair Fellow specialist and
- Annie Trapp Director founding member
Published Online: 29 APR 2010
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Teaching Psychology in Higher Education
How to Cite
Lantz, C. (2009) Those We Serve?, in Teaching Psychology in Higher Education (eds D. Upton and A. Trapp), BPS Blackwell, Oxford, UK. doi: 10.1002/9781444320732.ch2
University of Worcester, UK
- Published Online: 29 APR 2010
- Published Print: 19 FEB 2009
Print ISBN: 9781405195508
Online ISBN: 9781444320732
- issues in teaching large groups;
- working with diverse students;
- teaching sensitive topics;
- ethical issues in teaching;
- helping students - to think about and prepare for careers;
- changes in UK higher education (HE) - impact on nature of relationship, lecturers and students;
- Government initiatives - impact on HE teaching;
- fostering autonomous learning in students - cornerstone of UK HE;
- virtual reality technology use - exposing students to psychological treatments;
- Student Life Cycle model (HEFCE)
This chapter contains sections titled:
What Student Issues?
Students, Students Everywhere
Students Come in All Shapes and Sizes
You're from Where?
I Never Would Have Guessed
What's Nontraditional Anyway?
But There's No Lift
Expecting the Unexpected
Is That Ethical?
You're Just Being Too Sensitive
It's Not My Job – Or Is It?
It's Just the Beginning