1 edition of Teaching aging found in the catalog.
by Center for Applied Gerontology, Human Resource [sic] Institute, University of South Florida in [Tampa, Fla.?]
Written in English
|Statement||developed by the Academic Training in Aging for Florida Educators Project, ATAFE ; project director, Halaine-Sherin Briggs|
|Contributions||Briggs, Halaine-Sherin, University of South Florida. Academic Training in Aging for Florida Educators Project, University of South Florida. Center for Applied Gerontology, United States. Administration on Aging|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
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Underscoring the interdisciplinary nature of aging studies, the book encompasses teaching strategies for instructors in such disciplines as counseling, family studies, gerontology, geriatrics, medicine, psychology, public administration, public health, nursing, social work, sociology, speech pathology, and : $ Underscoring the interdisciplinary nature of aging studies, the book encompasses teaching strategies for instructors in such disciplines as counseling, family studies, gerontology, geriatrics, medicine, psychology, public administration, public health, nursing, social work, sociology, speech pathology, and by: 1.
This sourcebook contains background readings for teachers and suggests learning activities and resources for teaching about aging at the secondary level. During the lifetimes of present students, the population 65 and over will grow from 11% to 20%. Most children now in school will live well beyond their 70th birthday.
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From Aging To Saging rang true to me from the moment I read the title. I certainly think this book might touch some raw nerves which all seniors have developed over the years but it also offers a path to healing and dealing. I was thankful for by: Get this from a library. Teaching aging: a series of training modules on aging for educators.
[Halaine-Sherin Briggs; University of South Florida. Academic Training in Aging for Florida Educators Project.; University of South Florida. Center for Applied Gerontology.; United States.
Administration on Aging.;]. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Implications of an aging faculty for the quality of higher education and academic careers / Linda K.
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Ault, R. Introduction to the special section on adult development and aging. In summary, the book examines the underlying principles that guide effective teaching in an age when everyone, and in particular the students we are teaching, are using technology.
A framework and a set of guidelines are suggested for making decisions about your teaching, while understanding that every subject is different, and every teacher /5(22).
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