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Best Practices in Teaching Psychology

Best Practices in Teaching Psychology The 12th conference in the popular Best Practices in Teaching Psychology series will be held on October 11 and 12, 2013 in Atlanta, GA. The topic for this year is Research-Based Approaches for Teaching Psychology. The organizers are seeking innovative proposals for symposia, workshops and posters. Symposia with team presentations (at … Continue reading

Flipped Classes and SETs

Jim Morrison (Professor Emeritus of Educational Leadership at UNC-Chapel Hill) talked in a recent POD post about an article in the Chronicle on “flipped” classrooms, peer instruction, and active learning and his experiences transitioning from using a “predominant lecture/teacher-led discussion mode to using a technology-enabled active learning approach” in his classes during the 1990s. He … Continue reading

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