Archive of Previous NITOPs: 2015

Saturday
January 3, 2015

8:00 am • Continental Breakfast
8:00 am–5:00 pm • Registration
8:30–10:00 am • Workshops
10:00–10:30 am
  • Meeting for Invited Speakers
  • Welcome Session for First-Time NITOP Participants
  • Exhibit Viewing Time
10:30 am–Noon • Opening Session
12:15–1:15 pm • Book and Software Displays and Poster Session I
1:30–2:30 pm • Concurrent Sessions I
2:45–3:45 pm • Participant Idea Exchange I
4:00–5:30 pm • The Second Annual Teaching Slam
Sandy Goss Lucas and Beth Morling, Moderators
6:00–8:00 pm • Buffet Reception for Participants and Their Companions and Families
A wide selection of appetizers, salad and pasta bars, dessert, and wine and beer

Sunday
January 4, 2015

7:30–8:30 am • Buffet Breakfast
8:45–9:45 am • Concurrent Sessions II
10:00–11:00 am • Book and Software Displays and Poster Session II
11:15 am–12:15 pm • General Session
Performance under Stress: How Student Anxiety Impacts Academic AchievementSian Beilock
12:15–1:45 pm • Buffet Luncheon
2:00–3:00 pm • Concurrent Sessions III
3:15–4:15 pm • Participant Idea Exchange II
4:30–5:30 pm • Concurrent Sessions IV
7:00–8:30 pm • Software Demonstrations and Ad Hoc Meetings
7:30–9:00 pm • Workshop: How Screencast Videos Can Enhance Your Courses and Perhaps Save Your (Academic) LifeDavid B. Miller
9:00–10:30 pm • Social Hour

 

POSTER SESSION I
Saturday, 12:15–1:15 pm
Banyan Breezeway

1. Evaluation of a Quasi-Personalized System of Instruction in a Large Lecture Section of Introductory Psychology
Susan Kapla, Robert Torrence, & Patrick Stuart
Northern Michigan University

2. Using Online and Mobile Technology to Administer Low-Stakes Quizzes
Andrew Kelly
Georgia Gwinnett College

3. When You Care Enough to Teach the Very Best: New Support for Use of Greeting Cards in Class Exercises
Robin Thorne, Karen Mottarella, Erin Murdoch, Dennis Turner, Kimberly Loeak, Robert Lee, & Ronald Farah
University of Central Florida, Palm Bay Campus

4. Learning Gains Documented Using Student-Created Comic Chapters as Class Projects
Walter L. Isaac, Courtney A. Baloh, Danielle R. Davis, A. M. Martinez, Kaitlin E. Pelech, Loren M. Ranson, K. D. Toutkoushian, & R. K. Vandergriff
Georgia College & State University

5. To Randomize or Not to Randomize: Does Exam Item Order Impact Student Anxiety or Performance?
Christie Cathey & James S. Sly
Missouri State University

6. Using “Clickers” to Facilitate Best Practices while Teaching Psychology
Melisa Barden
Walsh University

7. Traditional Live Lectures or Digitized Lectures: Four Years of Student Preferences
Rick Maddigan
Memorial University of Newfoundland

8. Bridging Undergraduate Curriculum and Empowering Youth for Community Engagement
Jeffrey G. Parker & Blake L. Nielsen
The University of Alabama

9. Utilizing Positive Psychology in the Classroom: Promoting Character Strengths in Alignment with College General Education Requirements
Rachael Keilig
Central Community College

10. Paying It Forward in the Classroom
Stephanie B. Richman1 & Matthew Winslow2
1Westminster College, 2Eastern Kentucky University

11. Ethics and the Choice to Learn: A Comparison of Two Strategies for Student Engagement
Jericho M. Hockett
Washburn University

12. A Metacognitive Carousel for Fun Faculty Development
Heather H. Mitchell & Erik Palmore
Webster University

13. Using Blogs to Teach Developmental Psychology
Kim Lamana Finn
DeVry University

14. Teaching Practices That Predict Performance in Undergraduate Psychology Courses
Nicole J. Bies-Hernandez1, Kris Gunawan2, & David E. Copeland3
1Northern Arizona University, 2California State University, Fullerton, 3University of Nevada, Las Vegas

15. Treasured Wisdom Initiative: Lessons Learned from Resilient African American Senior Citizens 85 and Older
Wanda L. Ruffin
Hood College

16. The Widener University Reflective Writing Rubric Scores Again!
Debra K. Stein
Widener University

17. Psychology Career Advice Videos on DrKit.org
Kit Nast
Bishop State Community College

18. A New Opportunity for Publishing Peer-Reviewed SOTL Research
Barney Beins
Ithaca College

19. The Instructors and the PDSA Cycle: Designing and Utilizing Course-Specific Feedback Loops to Improve Psychology Teaching Strategies in Genetic Counseling
Noel Jacobs, Susan Hassed, & Stephen Gillaspy
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

20. Breaking Good: Breaking Semester Boundaries for Online Intro Psych
Bruce Tsuji, Matthew Sorley, & Christopher Motz
Carleton University

21. Review of Alternatives to Animal Use in Undergraduate Psychology Education
Stacy M. Lopresti-Goodman1 & Katherine Roe2
1Marymount University, 2People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

22. Innovative Ways to Recognize and Reward Employees
David Bush & Lawrence Cozzens
Villanova University

23. Taking Social Psychology to the Streets: The Humans of Northeast Pennsylvania Project
Kristel M. Gallagher
Keystone College

24. Classroom Observation Rubrics as a Measure of Essential Pedagogical Skills in Graduate Teaching Associates
Jessica C. Hill1, Clarissa A. Thompson2, & Melissa J. Beers3
1Utah Valley University, 2Kent State University, 3The Ohio State University

25. Developing a Love for My Virtual Child while Learning Along the Way
Cheryl W. DeLeon
Purdue University North Central

26. What Impact Does a Stress Management Course Have on Student Well-Being?
Kristen Costa
Northeastern University

27. Integrating an Undergraduate Journal into the Curriculum
Joseph G. Johnson
Miami University

28. Be Color Bold: Dialogue on Racial Microaggressions
William P. Wattles
Francis Marion University

29. Student Performance on the California Critical Thinking Skills Test at a Texas Two-Year College
Des Robinson, Maureen Hockenberger, Angela Chilton, Macario Romero, Tramaine Anderson, Claire Hecko, & Jill B. Pool
Tarrant County College

30. Be Still My Beating Heart: Physiological Correlates of Ancillary Neuroscience-Based Materials
Patrick Smith, Cassandra Haynes, & Emily Bradshaw
Florida Southern College

31. Not Everyone Wants a Guide on the Side: Viewing the Flipped Classroom through a Universal Design Lens
Lindsay C. Masland
Appalachian State University

32. It’s Neither Right nor Wrong, It’s Just Different: Using Babies in the Classroom to Teach Global Consciousness
Ilze Nix & Linda Haugh
Thomas Nelson Community College

33. The Art of Teaching Psychology and Managing Student Mental Health
Stephanie Thorson-Olesen
Viterbo University

34. Reviewing Inferential Tests in an Introductory Statistics Course: The Effectiveness of Self-Generated Decision Trees
Lydia Eckstein Jackson
Allegheny College

35. Teaching Social Justice to Child Psychology Students
Trish Vandiver
University of St. Thomas

POSTER SESSION II
Sunday, 10:00–11:00 am
Banyan Breezeway

36. Assessing General Education Learning Outcomes in the Social Psychology Classroom
Jennifer N. Belding & Melissa Beers
The Ohio State University

37. Undergraduate Mentoring and Research Experience through Independent Study
Dorothy C. Doolittle & Shelia P. Greenlee
Christopher Newport University

38. Developing a Measure of Psychological Critical Thinking
Philip T. Dunwoody & J. Mark McKellop
Juniata College

39. Do Video Communicatons Impact Student Engagement in an Online Class?
Garth Neufeld
Highline College

40. Novel Class Pedagogy for Service Learning
Carla Edwards & Jennifer Pratt Hyatt
Northwest Missouri State University

41. Increasing Student Engagement through Documentary: “Film” the Change You Want to See
Dee Lisa Cothran
Alabama State University

42. Disruptions in the Classroom: What’s a Professor to Do?
Anna Ropp, Majken B. Berglund, & Aaron S. Richmond
Metropolitan State University of Denver

43. “I Thought I Knew That!” Does Student Confidence Predict Performance on Course Examinations?
Jeffrey Nevid1, Brianna Cheney1, & Clarissa Thompson2
1St. John’s University, 2Kent State University

44. Tracking Student Success After a Redesigned Hybrid General Psychology Course
Lori R. Van Wallendael & William Siegfried
University of North Carolina, Charlotte

45. AIM2G: Slaying the “Killer” Course
Ellen F. Sperber & Mary Knopp Kelly
Mercy College

46. Peer Evaluation: Does It Influence Oral Presentation Performance?
Stacy McDonald
Holy Family University

47. Math Anxiety and Expressive Writing in a Psychology Statistics Course
Shannon Dobson & William Hayes
North Greenville University

48. Using Genetic Testing in a Psychology of Prejudice Class
Jason Nier
Connecticut College

49. A Case Study in Reducing Stereotypes and Increasing Student Motivation: Older Adults Join a Psychology of Aging Classroom to Learn New Technology Skills
Debra L. Frame
University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash College

50. Changing Beliefs and Attitudes about Birth in Preconceptive Young Women: Effective-ness of In-Depth, Direct Pedagogy
Sarah Uzelac
Mount Saint Mary College

51. Classroom Demonstration of Personality Assessment Using the Big Five Personality Mini Markers
Steve R. Howell & Kelsey Edelmann
Keystone College

52. Student Evaluations of Guest Lecturers: Expert Guest, Experienced Guest, Big Class, Small Class
William Phillips, Afshin Gharib, & Kelly Muira
Dominican University of California

53. Addressing and Reducing Mental Health Stigma through Course Content
Amy L. Hillard & Janet L. Pietrowski
Adrian College

54. Fear of Writing: Too Nervous to Be Motivated
Shannon Hayden, Jacqueline Byrket, & Adena Young-Jones
Missouri State University

55. Psychology of the Future: A Course to Apply Psychological Concepts to Help Prepare for the Future
Justin Bailey
Limestone College

56. Assessing the Effectiveness of Undergraduate Learning Assistants in Large Sections of Introductory Psychology
Christie Cathey, McKenzie Moll, Amanda Mitchell, & Flora Forbes
Missouri State University

57. Creating Emotional Attachment in Virtual Learning Communities
Lawrence Cozzens & David Bush
Villanova University

58. Discussions of Animal Research Ethics in Introductory Psychology Textbooks
Stacy M. Lopresti-Goodman1 & Katherine Roe2
1Marymount University, 2People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

59. Author Numbers and Genders Over Forty Years in Teaching of Psychology
Lee I. McCann, Alexandria R. Ebert, & Rebecca R. Timmins
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

60. Directed Note-Taking in the College Classroom
Elizabeth Harwood, Taylor Allard, Nicholas Salvatore, & Kathryn Bruzios
Rivier University

61. Surviving the Doctoral Process: Self-Care and Sustainability Strategies for Preventing Stress Overload and Burnout
Sara B. Ewell & Kristen Costa
Northeastern University

62. Teaching about and through Conflict
Selena Kohel
Cottey College

63. Threats to the Validity of Student Evaluations of Professors: Factors That Increase Global Response Strategies
Leilani B. Goodmon1, William P. Wattles2, Ashton Williams1, & Brittany Marlin2
1Florida Southern College, 2Francis Marion University

64. Disseminating Science at a Science Museum
R. Brooke Lea1 & David C. Matz2
1Macalester College, 2Augsburg College

65. “Flipping the Classroom” Leads to Better Outcomes in a Research Methods Course
Ellen Furlong
Illinois Wesleyan University

66. A Battle for the Ages: Play and Inter-disciplinary Collaboration in Human Development and Film Studies
Tamar Shovali & Christina Petersen
Eckerd College

67. Impact of Pedagogical and Personal Experiences on Psychology Students’ Intercultural Competence
Virginia Wickline, Deborah L. Wiese, Christina Palmer, Nicole Nagy, & Anna Stagge
Miami University

68. Assessment Version 2.0: Updating Program Assessment in Response to New APA Guidelines
Alisha Janowsky, Daniel McConnell, Matthew Chin, & Karen Mottarella
University of Central Florida

69. Lions, and Tigers, and Undergraduate Students, Oh My! The Zoo as a Tool for Enhancing Student Learning
Bonnie Perdue
Agnes Scott College

70. Students’ Understanding of Critical Thinking Activities: Beyond “Thinking Outside the Box”
Jennifer Oliver1, Ken Balusek1, & Keli Braitman2
1Rockhurst University, 2William Jewell College

POSTER SESSION III
Monday, 10:00–11:00 am
Banyan Breezeway

71. Assessing the Effectiveness of Flipping a Statistics for Psychology Course
Stacey Todaro
Adrian College

72. Using Heatmaps to Teach Visual Learners about Correlation in Introductory Psychology
Stephanie Danner
University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash

73. It Takes a Village: Suggestions for Advising Students at the Program Level
Susan Slamka & Deb Bechtel
Pennsylvania College of Technology

74. Animals Are People Too: The Importance of Including Animal Research Examples in Introductory Courses
Katherine M. Daniels
Webster University

75. An Evaluation of Active Learning Techniques in a Biopsychology Course
Hilary E. Stebbins
University of Mary Washington

76. Prison Break: A Classroom Exercise to Foster Critical Thinking about the Stanford Prison Study
Jared Bartels
Missouri Valley College

77. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious: Teaching Students to Find Their Voice in Psychology Classes
Linda M. Woolf & Michael R. Hulsizer
Webster University

78. Teaching a Course on International Psychology
John M. Davis
Texas State University

79. The “Just Checking Questionnaire©”: Do Students Check Their Work before Turning in Multiple-Choice Exams?
Gary T. Rosenthal, Monique Boudreaux, Dwight Boudreaux, Denis Soignier, Ernesto Finales, & Barlow Soper
Nicholls State University

80. Specific Strategies in the Teaching of Psychology: A Research Survey
Sheryl Leytham
Grand View University

81. The Importance and Interest of Introductory Psychology Textbook Topics: Student Opinions at Technical College, Two-Year, and Four-Year Institutions
Lee I. McCann1, Kathy R. Immel2, Tammy L. Kadah-Ammeter3, & Sarah K. Adelson1
1University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 2University of Wisconsin Fox Valley, 3Fox Valley Technical College

82. From Major to Career: Closing the Loop
Karen Mottarella, Barbara Fritzsche, Alisha Janowsky, & Jeff Cassisi
University of Central Florida

83. “The Hardest Place to Be”: Psychology Student Reactions to Visiting a Concentration Camp
Thomas Reece1 & MyraBeth Bundy2
1Western Kentucky University, 2Eastern Kentucky University

84. Managing Anxiety and Stress in the Classroom via Open Focus Attention Training
Charles G. Jacques III
Biofeedback Associates

85. Relative Effectiveness of Exam Preparation Activities
Perri B. Druen, Randi Shedlosky-Shoemaker, & Carla G. Strassle
York College of Pennsylvania

86. Teaching Psychology of Black Women: Impact and Lessons Learned
Dee Lisa Cothran
Alabama State University

87. Bridging the Gap: Multi-Year Outcomes of a Three-Week College Preparation Course in Psychology
Kristie M. Harris, Melissa J. Beers, & Jacqueline H. Heath
The Ohio State University

88. Student Perceptions of Best Practices for Teaching Writing in an Undergraduate Psychology Course
Elizabeth Harwood, Leia Friedman, Karen Meteyer, Kathryn Bruzios, & Keri Carvalho
Rivier University

89. Student Generated Questions on the First Class Day Promote Positive Course Expectations That Persist to the Next Class Period
Des Robinson
Tarrant County College, Southeast

90. Developing the Online Introduction to Psychology Course
Debora Herold
Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis

91. We Need to Talk . . . about the Stigma of Mental Illness
Victoria DeSensi, Wendy Fisher, & Erin Reynolds
Wilmington College

92. Research Supported Strategies for Establishing Group Identity and Cohesion for Part-Time Professional Psychology Training Models
Christina H. Grabarek
Valparaiso University

93. Changing Students’ Perceptions of Instructor Caring
Natalie Kerr Lawrence, Suzanne Baker, & Krisztina Jakobsen
James Madison University

94. Course Sharing: Activities for Teaching Memory in Undergraduate Courses
Jesse James
Central Washington University

95. Evolutionary Apocalypse: Darwin vs. Zombies
William S. Chase
Keystone College

96. Crib Cards in Introductory Psychology: The Illusion of Success
Jenel Cavazos & Jeff Seger
Cameron University

97. Peer-Assessed Formative In-Class Quizzes Enhance Subsequent Exam Performance
Rajiv Jhangiani
Capilano University

98. Own Race Bias in the History of Psychology?
Charles M. Huffman
Georgia Southwestern State University

99. The Foundation of Critical Thinking in the Social Sciences
Janis Wilson Seeley, Andrea Pabon, and Deborah Flynn
Luzerne County Community College

100. Teaching Undergrads the APA 2.0 Goals: Activities and Strategies
Melissa Heerboth
Mercyhurst University

101. The Evaluation and Assessment of Online Skills through Online Group Discussion
Jacqui Taylor
Bournemouth University

102. Integrating Learning Theory to Create Future Thinkers and Doers
Katie A. Jacobs
University of Central Missouri

103. Fostering Understanding of Personality Theory and Development in Undergraduate Students by Raising Virtual Children: A High-Impact Practice Technique
Beth Trammell
Indiana University East

PARTICIPANT IDEA EXCHANGE I
Saturday, 2:45–3:45 pm
Jacaranda

1. Mindfulness in the Classroom: Merging Science and Practice
Robert Swoap
Warren Wilson College

2. The Full Package: Designing, Leading, and Assessing Faculty-Led Study Abroad Workshops
Deborah Wiese & Virginia Wickline
Miami University

3. Updating Program Assessment Based on New APA Guidelines
Alisha Janowsky
University of Central Florida

4. The Psychology Capstone Course: Learning by Giving Psychology Away
Diane M. Ryan
United States Military Academy

5. Reducing the Load: Effective and Efficient Grading
Caroline Mann1 & Lydia Eckstein Jackson2
1Brevard College & 2Allegheny College

6. Teaching Psychology Online and Genuine Relating: Ethical and Practical Considerations
Jonathan Skalski
Rockford University

7. Psychology Peer Advising: Bridging the Gap between Faculty Advisors and Undergraduate Students
Eve Sledjeski
Rowan University

8. Designing an Orientation Course to the Psychology Major: Content, Assignments, and Challenges
Leah K. Gensheimer
Avila University

9. Stepping Away from the Literature Review: Rethinking Writing Assignments in Methods Courses
Ashlyn Swartout
Georgia State University

10. Embedding and Supporting Authentic Research in the Liberal Arts Student Experience
Mija Van Der Wege & Sarah Meerts
Carleton College

11. The Cross in the Classroom: Tactics and Strategies Related to the Discussion of Faith in Psychology Courses
Nickles I. Chittester
Concordia University Texas

12. Teaching Statistics Using Primary Sources
Andrew N. Christopher1 & Pam Marek2
1Albion College, 2Kennesaw State University

13. Getting More from Journals: Using Psychology of Women Quarterly in Your Teaching
Janice D. Yoder
University of Akron

14. What Students Want from Their Instructors
Shelly R. Metz
Central New Mexico Community College

15. How to Help Students Learn “Learning”
Mike Devoley
Lone Star College, Montgomery

16. Learning in Groups: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Natalie Kerr Lawrence
James Madison University

17. Tools for Learner-Centered Assessment: Using Microsoft OneNote and Audio Feedback in Educational Psychology
Allison G. Butler
Bryant University

18. The Relevance of Sport and Exercise Psychology in Undergraduate Course Curriculum
Christopher Stanley
Florida Gulf Coast University

19. Teaching Psychology for Sustainability
Kathryn Caldwell
Ithaca College

20. Best Practices for Brief Webinars: Designing for Participant Engagement
Anne Breitenbach
American Psychological Association

21. Careers in Psychology Course: Professional Development in the Classroom
Lori D. Lindley
Gannon University

22. The Challenge of Teaching Critical Analysis: Helping Intimidated Students Be Better Writers and Consumers of Research
Dana Wallace
University of Jamestown

23. Teaching Introduction to Psychology: Innovative Ways to Increase Retention and Success while Infusing Critical Thinking into the Curriculum
Debora Herold
Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis

PARTICIPANT IDEA EXCHANGE II
Sunday, 3:15–4:15 pm
Jacaranda

24. Creative Expression and Critical Thinking in Psychology Learning Activities
Deborah A. Krause
Mid-State Technical College

25. Ideas for Incorporating Service Learning into Psychology Curriculum
Jessica Hartnett
Gannon University

26. Combining Proactive and Reactive Strategies to Enhance Student Success: A Multimodal Approach
Jason S. Spiegelman
The Community College of Baltimore County

27. Using Interactive Slides to Teach Psychology Concepts
I-Chant A. Chiang
Quest University Canada

28. Double Dipping: Writing Research into the Curriculum
Leslie Cramblet Alvarez
Adams State University

29. Branching Off the Family Tree: The Unique Needs of First-Generation College Students
Caroline M. Stanley1, Victoria DeSensi2, & Erinn Green3
1Bridgewater State University, 2Wilmington College, 3University of Cincinnati

30. Building a State-Wide Consortium to Address Common Needs for Undergraduate Psychology in Florida
Jennifer Peluso1 & Jane Noll2
1Florida Atlantic University, 2University of South Florida

31. Pleased to Introduce You: Courses and Experiences to Introduce Students to Majoring in Psychological Science
Larry Rudiger
University of Vermont

32. How Might Instructors of Psychology Benefit from Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)?
Bob DuBois
Waukesha County Technical College

33. Best Practices for Teaching an Experimental Psychology Course
Melisa Barden
Walsh University

34. Interactive Online Course Development
Donna DiMatteo-Gibson
Lycurgus Group, Inc.

35. “Beware the Frozen Heart”: Ice “BRRR”eaking and Class Participation
Mike Devoley
Lone Star College, Montgomery

36. Your Student Wrote What?!
Jennifer M. Knack
Clarkson University

37. The APA Reference System: Obstacles Experienced by International Colleagues and Students
Dap Louw & Anet Louw
University of the Free State

38. What Is It about Points?
Daniel Quinn
Northeastern University

39. Getting the Most Out of Your Learning Management System
Jeff Bartel
Seton Hill University

40. Back to the Dorm: Serving as a Faculty Member in Residence
Paul Landen
Kenai Peninsula College of University of Alaska Anchorage

41. Best Practice for Teaching Psychology to Non-Psychologists at Postgraduate Level
Carolyn Mair
London College of Fashiion, University of the Arts London

42. Undergraduate Research Journals in Psychology
Joseph G. Johnson
Miami University

43. Preparing Psychology Students to Study Abroad
Dorothy C. Doolittle
Christopher Newport University

44. Teaching Academic Achievement Assessment for the Purpose of Intervention: Modeling Theoretically-Supported Strategies to Enhance Student Learning
Christina Grabarek
Valparaiso University

45. In Search of the Ideal Capstone Experience in Psychology
Camille E. Buckner
Marymount University

46. A Multi-Trait, Multi-Method Approach to Assessing Student Growth in Psychology Study Abroad Programs
Lucinda Woodward
Indiana University Southeast

47. Infusing Diversity: The View from Sociology
John F. Zipp
University of Akron

PARTICIPANT IDEA EXCHANGE III
Monday, 3:15–4:15 pm
Jacaranda

48. Psychological Literacy: A Practical Approach
Jacqui Taylor1 & Carolyn Mair2
1Bournemouth University, 2London College of Fashion

49. How Does the Science of How We Learn Inform Your Teaching?
Bob DuBois
Waukesha County Technical College

50. Can They See It? Asking Students to Find or Create Visual Media Examples of Psychological Concepts
Rick Shifley
MCPHS University

51. Clever Demonstrations, Relevant Media, and Flops in Lifespan Growth and Development Psychology Courses
Thelisa E. Nutt
Tarrant County College

52. Moving Beyond the DSM: Building Empathy in an Abnormal Psychology Course (or Other Related Courses)
Katie Woehl
Valley City State University

53. Reducing the Attainment Gap through the Engaging Psychology 101 Classroom
Regina Roof-Ray
Harford Community College

54. Supporting Unprepared Students in Intro Psych
Robin Lightner
University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash College

55. Encouraging Learning through the Use of Technology: Clever Applications in an Interactive Lesson for High School and University Level Introductory Psychology Teachers
Joseph Capone
Radnor Township School District and West Chester University

56. Psychologist as Campus Consultant
Kate Williams
Tri-County Technical College

57. Supporting Current and Potential Psi Beta Advisors
Kathleen Hughes
Psi Beta

58. Adjuncts: A Necessary Evil?
Gloria Howell
Saint Leo University

59. How Can Our Discipline Better Prepare Future Generations of Doctors?
Selena Kohel
Association of American Medical Colleges

60. Subject Pool Debriefing Practices: A Lost Opportunity for Student Learning?
Fran Barth
Bridgewater State University

61. Integrating Catholic Social Teaching into the Psychology Curriculum
T. Andrew Caswell
Gannon University

62. Helping First Generation College Students
Diana Fuller
Georgia Perimeter College

63. Teaching as an Interaction: The Use of Regular Student Feedback on the Classroom Experience
Mazna Patka1 & Jennifer Wallin- Ruschman2
1Governors State University, 2Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

64. Challenge: What to Do with Students Who Worked Too Hard for Their Jigsaw Group?
Ivy Yee-Man Lau
Singapore Management University

65. Teaching the Action Potential: A “House Party” Analogy
Brandy Bessette-Symons
Ithaca College

66. How College-Wide Assessment Goals May Influence Changes to Assessing Introduction to Psychology Understanding
Toby Klinger
Johnson County Community College

67. Bridging the Relevance Gap: Collaborating with Undergraduates in Course Development
Nancy Rogers & Erinn Green
University of Cincinnati

68. Pedagogical Skills for New Instructors of Statistics Courses
Thomas E. Nygren & Melissa Beers
The Ohio State University

69. Open Online Courses: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
Justin Bailey
Limestone College

70. The Use of Major Motion Pictures in Abnormal Psychology
Herbert W. Helm, Jr.
Andrews University

71. Writing Assignments in Large Classes: Can We Do It Without Losing Our Minds?
Jeff Nevid
St. John’s University