USING FILM TO TEACH PSYCHOLOGY: A RESOURCE OF FILM STUDY GUIDES
Elizabeth M. Nelson, Christian Brothers University (2002 Instructional Resource Award Recipient)
Overview This 106-page resource offers instructors tools for using films to enhance their instruction. Student evaluations consistently indicate that films help them learn the topics, provide an alternative to traditional lectures, and give them a different point of view. However, students also say they do not like to view films if they do not understand the relevancy of the film to the course material. This resource gives teachers of psychology additional tools for using film, such as tested study guides, sample syllabi, student papers, references, and Internet resources. The film study guides contained in this resource have been used in a variety of psychology classes, and may be applicable to a variety of other courses.
Outline of Contents Introduction How to Use the Study Guides List of Study Guides by Topic and Film/s References Filmography Sample Syllabi Sample Paper
Author contact information: Elizabeth M. Nelson, Ph.D., Christian Brothers University, Department of Psychology, 650 East Parkway South, Memphis, TN 38104 (email@example.com) Copyright 2006 by Elizabeth M. Nelson. All rights reserved. You may reproduce multiple copies of this material for your own personal use, including use in your classes and/or sharing with individual colleagues as long as the author’s name and institution and the Office of Teaching Resources in Psychology heading or other identifying information appear on the copied document. No other permission is implied or granted to print, copy reproduce, or distribute additional copies of this material. Anyone who wishes to produce copies for purposes other than those specified above must obtain the permission of the author.
Introduction Student evaluations consistently indicate that films help them learn the topics, provide...