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date: 19 April 2019

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In this chapter, we summarize the responses of 80 educators in higher education. They answered questions about ways to enhance undergraduate education in psychology, and by extension, in all of the other disciplines as well. Their empirically informed responses provide guidelines for many contemporary issues, including incorporating diversity in learning experiences, using models of teaching to guide classroom activities, making technology work in ways that enhance learning, and using new knowledge from the learning sciences to support “deep learning.” This group of educators also made recommendations organized for different stakeholders in higher education (students, professors, administrators, policy makers, media, and the general public). Their responses comprise quality principles for enhancing undergraduate education, which promise students around the world a better future through education.

Keywords: quality principles, psychology education, curriculum, psychological literacy, student learning outcomes, undergraduate education

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