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Northwest PGwT Workshop: Plagiarism and Student Understanding of Authorship, Working with Difficult Students, Statistics According to Andy - Wednesday 7 November 2007, Manchester
Authorship in Psychology
Plagiarism is a common problem among university students. Learn how to educate students about plagiarism as well as to identify and deal effectively with cases of plagiarism. Facilitated by Dr. James Elander, Psychology Professor, University of Derby.
Dealing with Difficult Students
Students who disrupte class, talk too much, talk to little, take up all your time, are always ahead of you or can't keep up. Dr. Jacqui Akhurst, Senior Psychology Lecturer, York Saint John University, will address the perennial topic of how to deal with difficult students.
Statistics can be fun and interesting according to Dr. Andy Field, Reader in Psychology, University of Sussex. Don't miss Andy as he shares his tips and techniques from his infamous textbook for livening up statistics modules.
|10:00-10:15||Registration and coffee|
|10:30-12:00||Statistics According to Andy - Andy Field|
|12:45-14:15||Plagiarism and Promoting Authorship in Students|
|14:20-15:45||Dealing with Difficult Students|
|15:45-16:00||Wrap-up and socialising|