Psychology, Education, Gods, and Humanity

Psychology, Education, Gods, and Humanity

Psychology, Education, Gods, and Humanity

Psychology, Education, Gods, and Humanity

Synopsis

Based on the author's experience, this discussion of psychology as a human science (rather than a natural science) outlines classroom techniques integrating narrative psychology and dynamic interpersonal psychotherapy as a means of teaching and demonstrating the core curriculum. The core theory integrates modern evolutionary psychology, cognitive constructivism--especially as represented by the works of Jean Piaget and Robert Kegan--social constructionism, and socially-oriented interpersonal psychoanalysis. The sections on teaching techniques blend the above into a theory of student-teacher interactions with Lev Vygotsky's theory of education as an interpersonal process.
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