Then develop a syllabus for a 12-week introductory psychology course. Select whether your course…

Then develop a syllabus for a 12-week introductory psychology course. Select whether your course…

Then develop a syllabus for a 12-week introductory psychology course. Select whether your course will be taught online or in-person and whether your course is geared toward psychology majors or non-psychology majors.

Your syllabus should include the following:

  • APA cover page
  • Classroom management rules and expectations regarding student participation
  • Course description
  • Course introduction that includes a rationale for the course
  • List of prerequisites, if applicable
  • Textbook* and readings (peer-reviewed journal articles, reputable websites, books); be sure to provide full references for all textbooks and readings
  • Titles for each week of the course that reflect the topic(s) covered that week
    • At least one discussion question each week
  • At least six assignments over the course of the 12 weeks
  • Tests (You may select the number of tests to administer and when to administer them; however, be sure to include the test type you will use to assess learning.)
  • At least four activities that promote student engagement and facilitate rapport over the course of the 12 weeks (apart from other discussions and assignments)
  • Grading criteria for discussions, assignments, and assessments
  • Media ideas (optional)

*Note: You may select any college-level introductory psychology textbook, including the Griggs text, as the required text for your course.

Then develop a syllabus for a 12-week introductory psychology course. Select whether your course…

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