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Interviewing Across the Life Span: A Project for an Adult Development Course

Page history last edited by Jeremy Houska 5 years, 5 months ago

This is an excellent project that will get your student invested into concepts of adult development. Interviewing across the life span project is a very hands-on experiential project that enables students to observe developmental process first-hand. Walton (1988) described the project in detail and asked her students to interview individuals from different developmental periods and phases of the life cycle and write-up their observations. Walton provided student ratings of course activities.


Walton, M. D. (1988). Interviewing across the life span: A project for an adult development course. Teaching of Psychology, 15(4), 198-200. 


View the abstract here: http://top.sagepub.com/content/15/4/198.abstract


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