|Founding Editor:||Michael F. Mascolo, Ph.D., Merrimack College|
|Editor in Chief:||, Suffolk University|
|Co-Editor:||Yvonne Wells, Ph.D., Suffolk University|
There is nothing as practical as a good theory -- Kurt Lewin
Pedagogy and the Human Sciences is devoted to the idea that good teaching involves much more than the transmission of information. Our goal is to promote reflection and discussion related to theory and practice of teaching in the psychological sciences. It is our belief that good teaching prompts the development of both skills and knowledge, encourages reflection upon basic assumptions and values, prompts the development of a student's understanding and intellectual voice, invites students to participate in the process of scholarly inquiry, and occurs within the context of relationships between students and teachers as well as among students themselves.
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Current Issue: Volume 6, Issue 1 (2016)
Rethinking Critical Thinking: A Relational and Contextual Approach
Matthew H. Bowker and K. Patrick Fazioli
How to Measure the Effectiveness of Teachers: Validation of an Instrument based on the Creative Action Methodology
Paul V.A. Delnooz dr. and Eti W. de Vries MSc, MA
StudyCircle: Promoting a Restorative Student Community
Anna Bussu, Carmen N. Veloria, and Carolyn Boyes-Watson
Building Solidarity for Women Faculty in Higher Education
Kathryn J. Kozak