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The Psychology Teacher's Handbookis an indispensable introduction and source of ongoing support for all psychology teachers in the secondary school, both specialists and non-specialists alike. Written by experts involved in the teaching, training and examination of psychology, it takes a straight forward, friendly approach as it guides you through all aspects of teaching psychology at GCSE and A Level, as part of the science curriculum, the IB and health and social care courses. Illustrated with case studies it is packed with practical information about where to find and how to choose the best resources for teaching, and links to helpful associations and websites that will support your delivery of psychology. Key topics covered include: Understanding the curriculum Promoting and defending your subject Basic principles of effective teaching and learning Using ICT to teach psychology Differentiation and personalization Practical suggestions for starters and plenaries Teaching psychology beyond the classroom Being inspected Running a successful department r Taking your career further - guidance for individual teachers planning personal CPD. The Psychology Teacher's Handbookis an essential guide that will help ensure all teachers are confident they can deliver the curriculum expertly.