“I want to thank you for a wonderfully informative class. The passion you have for elders and making their lives the best that can be offered is more than obvious. I admire that quality in anyone, and I admire it in you. I thought you ran a wonderful class, and I leave it with a lot of material and videos to share. The review to pass on to UMass Boston Deans and Heads of Departments should be nothing less than stellar. It was a pleasure to have you teach this course” – Stella Smith, Psychology student, UMass Boston, 2012
I taught this upper level undergraduate course at the Department of Psychology at University of Massachusetts Boston.
Psychology of Older Adults with Memory Loss, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Other Dementias. To see the Syllabus, click on this link:
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The course can be adapted to meet the special learning needs of your students or employees.
I also had the opportunity to work as a Teaching Assistant for a Qualitative Research Methods course at UMass Boston (Instructor Professor Donna H. Friedman). To read the Teaching Assistantship Evaluation, click here: Teaching Assistanship Evaluation – Qualitative Research Methods – 2006