Instructor’s Resource Manual
(ISBN-10: 0534607977 | ISBN-13: 9780534607975)
The updated and expanded Instructor’s Resource Manual contains a wealth of ideas and tools to use in and out of class, including chapter outlines, chapter objectives, key terms, Web links, multiple-choice test items, essay exam questions, transparency masters, questions for reflection and discussion, case vignettes, and additional exercises and activities (such as role-playing exercises and small-group discussion ideas). Added features include guidelines for using the GROUPS IN ACTION: EVOLUTION AND CHALLENGES DVD and Workbook with GROUPS: PROCESS AND PRACTICE, test questions for each video, reading suggestions for instructors to aid in course preparation, a survey of trends in group counseling courses, and sample course outlines. The Coreys share insights on their approach to workshops in training and supervising group leaders, and they pay special attention to the sensitive issue of dual relationships as it pertains to the instructor’s role of teaching group courses with an experiential and didactic slant.
(ISBN-10: 0534607985 | ISBN-13: 9780534607982)
Cross-Platform Windows and Macintosh.
Professors can create, deliver, and customize tests and study guides (both print and online) in minutes with this easy-to-use assessment and tutorial system. ExamView offers both a Quick Test Wizard and an Online Test Wizard that guide the user step-by-step through the process of creating tests.
InfoTrac® College Edition Printed Access Card
(ISBN-10: 0534558534 | ISBN-13: 9780534558536)
This online research and learning center offers over 20 million full-text articles from nearly 6,000 scholarly and popular periodicals. The articles cover a broad spectrum of disciplines and topics--ideal for every type of researcher. Learn more at www.cengage.com/infotrac. (Access code/card required).
Groups in Action: Evolution and Challenges
(ISBN-10: 0534638007 | ISBN-13: 9780534638009)
In this exciting video with accompanying workbook (designed for student purchase as an interactive tool), students will see Marianne and Jerry Corey in action as they demonstrate their integrative approach to group work. As the two-hour video unfolds, viewers will see a real group—not actors role-playing—move through its various stages and will observe group members discuss real issues and present reactions in the group context. The accompanying student workbook provides exercises and explorations that link the video to the Coreys’ best selling group books: GROUPS: PROCESS AND PRACTICE, GROUP TECHNIQUES, and THEORY AND PRACTICE OF GROUP COUNSELING (both the textbook and the Student Manual).
This compelling video was filmed at a three-day intensive group and shows the unfolding of a live group as they build “a circle of trust.” The video highlights the development of the group process by showing segments of the group work that occurred over the three-day session. Throughout the video, the Coreys demonstrate a wide variety of techniques and skills, including: how to deal with members’ hesitation and resistance, their feelings of not being “good” enough, their fears of being judged, their difficulties with intimate relationships, and their unresolved issues with parents.
Using Brooks/Cole’s Online Resources Effectively: A Primer for Instructors
(ISBN-10: 0495001104 | ISBN-13: 9780495001102)
This booklet provides instructors with basic information on effectively integrating technology into their teaching--whether for a traditionally taught course, a hybrid course (part-live and part-online), or for a course taught exclusively online. Features include an outline of competency components for a successful online instructor, examples of instructional assignments utilizing various curriculum connector resources, guiding principles for teaching online with instructional design suggestions, and a “faculty favorite” section featuring samples of assignments employed by faculty using Cengage Learning texts and online resources.