Society for the Teaching of Psychology

SPSP Teaching Preconference


Invited and Keynote Speakers:

Nathan DeWall, from Hope College, is best known for his research on self-regulatory behavior. He is also the new co-author of the iconic David Myers Introductory Psychology textbook, the single best-selling intro psych book in the world. We are excited to have Nathan join us and share his reflections on how self-regulation and self-control relate to classroom teaching.


Joshua Correll, from the University of Colorado Boulder, is a well-respected researcher in the area of stereotyping and prejudice. The research paradigm he developed, the Shooter Task, has become one of the most popular and enduring techniques for studying and understanding implicit race biases.


Ryan Howell, of San Francisco State University, will be giving an invited address on the teaching of statistics and research methods courses. As these courses often are assigned to faculty from the social and personality psychology areas, we hope you will find his observations and suggestions useful to your own teaching.


Tentative Schedule:

8:00-8:15         Registration and Breakfast     

                                  

8:15-8:30         Welcome

Courtney A. Rocheleau, Metropolitan State University of Denver

Seth Wagerman, California Lutheran University


8:30-9:30         Morning Keynote

                        C. Nathan DeWall, Hope College


Focus on Undergraduate Research Experiences:                                                        

9:35-9:55         Starting Early: Undergraduate Research in Social Psychology in a First-Year Experience Course
Donald A. Saucier, Kansas State University


10:00-10:30     Ethical Considerations in Mentoring Student Research
                        Richard L. Miller, University of Nebraska at Kearney


10:30-10:40     Break


10:40-11:25     Invited Address

                        Ryan Howell, San Francisco State University


11:30-12:00     Teaching Blitz

  • ·         Teaching the Social Psychology of Self-Esteem: The Children’s Book Activity
    Sarai Blincoe, Longwood University
  • ·         What’s the Big Idea? Merging Creativity and Social Psychology
    Lauren E. Brewer, The College of Idaho, & Kyle E. Conlon, Boise State University
  • ·         Finding the Needles in the Haystack
    Megan Strain, Kansas State University
  • ·         From the Lab to the Classroom: The Relationship Closeness Induction Task as a Day One Welcome Activity
    Jordan D. Troisi, Widener University
  • ·         Using Dr. Seuss to Teach the Social Psychology of Bias
    Molly A. Metz, University of California, Santa Barbara                    

12:00-1:00       Lunch with Discussion Tables


1:00-2:00         Afternoon Keynote

                        Joshua Correll, University of Colorado Boulder                    


2:05-2:25         Mentorship of Early Career Psychologists: Suggestions for New and Experienced Faculty Members

Jordan D. Troisi, Widener University, Co-Chair of the STP Early Career Psychologist Council, & Sadie Leder, Highpoint University, Member of the STP Early Career Psychologist Council


2:30-2:50         Integrating Discussion Boards into Statistics and Research Methods Classes

                        Jessica L. Hartnett, Gannon University, & John E. Edlund, Rochester Institute of Technology


3:00-3:30         SPSP Registration and Coffee Break


3:30-3:50         Jigsaw Classroom in a College Course

                        Blythe Duell, Southeastern Oklahoma State University


3:55-4:15         Assessing Intergroup Contact Theory through Mixed Domestic and International Partnerships

Selena Kohel, Cottey College


4:15-4:30         Reflection & Evaluation

Courtney A. Rocheleau, Metropolitan State University of Denver

Seth Wagerman, California Lutheran University


Please direct any questions to Courtney Rocheleau at crochel1@msudenver.edu or to Seth Wagerman at wagerman@callutheran.edu.

Registration deadline is January 31, 2014. You can register here:
 
 
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