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Learning outcomes and curriculum development in psychology
School of Health and Human Sciences
  • O Lipp, University of Queensland
  • D Terry, University of Queensland
  • D Chalmers, University of Queensland
  • D Bath, University of Queensland
  • G Hannan, University of Tasmania
  • Frances Martin, University of Tasmania
  • G Farrell, University of Tasmania
  • Paul Wilson, Southern Cross University
  • Steve Provost, Southern Cross University
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The scope of the present project was to provide a review of models and methods of teaching, curriculum development and learning outcomes within psychology. In particular the objectives were to: Identify the disciplinary basis for evaluation; Provide an overview of the teaching of psychology in Australian universities Assess the differing programs' capacity to meet the interests and needs of students, employers, the profession, and the scientific discipline Identify innovative practice in the teaching of psychology Develop a platform for future scholarly discussion on the teaching of psychology Develop print- and web-based material for dissemination Establish an evaluation framework for the project, and complete a final report.
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Lipp, O, Terry, D, Chalmers, D, Bath, D, Hannan, G, Martin, F, Farrell, G, Wilson, PH, & Provost, S 2006, Learning outcomes and curriculum development in psychology, The Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Ltd., Melbourne, Vic.