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(p. 331) Teaching Psychology’s Endings: The Simple Gifts of a Reflective Close 

(p. 331) Teaching Psychology’s Endings: The Simple Gifts of a Reflective Close
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(p. 331) Teaching Psychology’s Endings: The Simple Gifts of a Reflective Close
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Neil Lutsky

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10.1093/med:psych/9780195378214.003.0020
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date: 22 October 2019

In this chapter argues that there is a generalized psychology of endings that provides insights and guides for pedagogical endings. Generalizing the concept of endings further implies that a prototypic teaching topic—the construction of courses—can be applied to other pedagogical challenges, such as crafting individual class sessions or structuring an entire psychology curriculum. The chapter also addresses teaching as the responsible conveyance of purpose and meaning.

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