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Journal of Teaching in Marriage & Family
J Teach Marriage Fam

Published/Hosted by Haworth Press Inc. ISSN (printed): 1535-0762. ISSN (electronic): 1535-0819.

There is no field with a quicker, more constant rate of evolution than family science. As an educator in that field, how are you to keep your students current with this astounding rate of change? With instant electronic delivery and an archival print edition at the end of each volume, the Journal of Teaching in Marriage & Family can keep you current with leading-edge conceptual, theoretical, and empirical articles focusing on the latest developments in the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) in family science. With the speed afforded by electronic delivery (journal subscribers will also receive an end-of-volume print edition for archival purposes) this unique publication will keep you up to date! Approaching family science via classroom and nontraditional contexts, the Journal of Teaching in Marriage & Family keeps you abreast of new research, aware of new teaching ideas, and up to date so you and your students can design coursework reflecting current needs. In addition to the family science curriculum, instruction issues, and topics relating to evaluation and assessment, the peer-reviewed Journal of Teaching in Marriage & Family addresses the professional development of family science educators and students, discussing: professional identity, mentoring, ethical behavior. The Journal of Teaching in Marriage & Family is the forum for the dissemination of leading-edge teaching innovations and research findings in the field. The charter issue addresses: the use of portfolios in family science; ways that people and pets interact in family settings; ways to involve fathers in selecting nonparent childcare arrangements; the results of family relations roundtable discussion groups regarding singlehood issues; effective ways to teach family diversity at the undergraduate level; and much more!

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