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Teaching and actively engaging students in learning is a continuous pursuit for counselor educators. We now have the first book in the profession that provides help for this ongoing endeavor. Teaching in Counselor Education: Engaging Students in Learning presents thought-provoking ideas for doctoral students in counselor education and also for beginning and experienced counselor educators who wish to continue reflecting on and improving their teaching skills.
The chapters, written by experienced and highly regarded counselor educators, discuss a variety of teaching practices with practical suggestions for application, describe the authors' personal experiences, and give illustrative case examples. Topics covered include establishing effective student-teacher relationships, using solution-focused evaluations in teaching, delivering lectures, employing experiential learning, utilizing out-of-class learning, implementing distance learning, conducting seminars, making use of technology in teaching, and much more. This book is a valuable tool for readers to consider new perspectives on teaching and learning.
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