Teaching Psychological Theories: Integration Tasks and Teaching Strategies

Volume
Volume 42
Issue
Summer 2014
Title
Teaching Psychological Theories: Integration Tasks and Teaching Strategies
Abstract

Teaching students to integrate Christian faith with psychological theories is a multifaceted responsibility. In this article, we encourage educators to utilize a three-fold integration approach to foster the development of students’ knowledge, skills, and values in counseling and psychology by teaching students to think Christianly, intervene competently, and advocate effectively. Using examples from the integration literature, professional standards, research on effective teaching strategies, and our own experience, we offer resources for course content and provide specific teaching strategies.

Authors
Dr. T.S. Watson and Dr. E. Eveleigh
Pages
200 - 210
Price
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