Resources for Class Exercises and Discussions
This section contains resources for planning in-class teaching activities and discussions.
Many articles posted here are from the Community Psychology EducationConnection column of The Community Psychologist. The EducationConnection column presents essays on techniques, innovations, tips and dilemmas for teaching courses in community psychology and related areas, at undergraduate and graduate levels. The Community Psychologist, a periodical appearing four times a year, and the journal American Journal of Community Psychology, are benefits of membership inthe Society for Community Research and Action (see HERE for information on joining SCRA).
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