Congratulations to the NITOP 2020 Award Winners!
Runner-Up Recognition for the Scholarship for Teaching and Learning Award
Randomized Exam Wrapper Intervention in a Large Introductory Psychology Course
Shaina F. Rowell, Elise M. Walck-Shannon, Regina F. Frey, Emily R. Cohen-Shikora, and Emily Spector, Washington University in St. Louis
What Should I Do With My Hands? Using Gesture to Facilitate Meaningful Learning
Celeste Pilegard, University of California, San Diego; Logan Fiorella, University of Georgia
Each year, the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology gives three awards. Each winner receives a certificate and a complimentary registration at a future NITOP conference.
The Frank Costin Memorial Award for Excellence: for the poster judged by NITOP Organizing Committee as best promoting quality teaching methods.
The Doug Bernstein Award: for the poster judged by the NITOP Organizing Committee as the most humorous, creative, or original, or as making the strongest contribution to the teaching of introductory psychology
The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award: for the poster judged to be the most outstanding in terms of (a) the importance of the research question addressed, (b) the soundness of the research methodology employed, (c) the use of appropriate qualitative and/or statistical analyses, and (d) the clarity with which the implications of the research findings for teaching and learning are expressed.