Because this book's main objective is to foster and promote student development, it should appeal to those who advise, counsel, and teach undergraduate and graduate students, particularly those in psychology, education, and other social sciences. Along with a plethora of stimulating ideas for practice and research, the book contains the results of research having immediate applications to students' educational and career direction needs. Readers will find more than 90 articles in this book distributed across three significant challenges to students' development: the academic, occupational, and personal. Further, the material presented has been organized around three distinct approaches to these challenges: advising, career development, and field placement activities. The source for these articles is the official journal, Teaching of Psychology, of Division Two of the American Psychological Association.C/C : Clinical/Counseling programs (61 listed courses; 112 rated criteria); EXP : Experimental programs (53 listed courses; 95 rated criteria); BOTH : Clinical/ Counseling and Experimental programs (195 listed courses; 231 rated criteria); ED : Educational programs (34 listed ... Ofthose, 67 (59.8%) offered only mastera#39;s degrees, and 45 (40.2%) were doctoral programs. ... The pattern of Statistics and Experimental ranking far ahead ofthe Other courses (as in Table 1) was duplicated.
|Title||:||Handbook on Student Development|
|Author||:||Mark E. Ware, Richard J. Millard|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-02-01|