Association for Gerontology in Higher Education
Thursday, November 27, 2014
...Globalizing Education on Aging
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Curriculum Development

 

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

 

 Course Syllabi DVDs
AGHE Collection of Syllabi for Courses in Aging (Two Volumes).  Submissions were reviewed and compiled by members of the AGHE Publications Committee. 2004.  $45 AGHE members; $60 non-members (each volume purchased separately) or $80 AGHE members; $110 non-members (both volumes).
 

This selection of sample course syllabi will assist faculty in the development of coursework in aging.  Volume 1 contains 52 syllabi covering core courses in aging (biology, health, psychology, adult development, research, program evaluation, social policy, sociology).  Volume II contains 39 syllabi covering elective courses in aging (the family, human services, humanities, cultural deiversity, minorities, ethics, gender, long-term care, nutrition, professional issues in aging).

 



 
Teaching About Aging: Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Perspectives 
Teaching About Aging:  Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Perspectives.  Third Edition.  Dena Shenk and Jay Sokolovsky (Eds.). 1999. 436 pp. $16 AGHE or Association of Anthropology and Gerontology (AAGE) members. $26 non-members.
 
 

This collection of course sysllabi assists higher education faculty in developing courses of substance and interest to their students.  It was co-published by AGHE and AAGE.

 

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