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How to use debates in Developmental Psychology

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This article outlines the use of debates in developmental psychology. The author provides procedures, policies, and student feedback to encourage developmental psychology teachers to use this method in their class. Students viewed the use of debates as highly beneficial to the class and learning course material.

 

Moeller, T. G. (1985). Using classroom debates in teaching developmental psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 12(4), 207-209.

 

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