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PIE Session I 1.03.19

PIE Session I 1.03.19

PIE Session I 1.03.19

NITOP 2019 Participant Idea Exchanges

PIE Session I

Thursday, January 3rd

3:15-4:15 p.m.

1.  Infusing Literature on Bias and Prejudice

in a Research Methods Class Even When

Your Own Scholarship is Elsewhere

Marianne Lloyd, Seton Hall University


2. Collaborative Testing: Tips and Practical Advice

       Lynne Kennette, Durham College

       Bibia Redd, University of North Georgia


3.  Enhancing Learning through Promoting

Self-Care, Wellness, and Resiliency for

Students as a Non-Clinician

       Jacqueline Evans, The University of Texas at Austin


4The Promise of Virtual Reality:

Challenges and Successes

       Robin Morgan, Indiana University Southeast


5.  Seeing Beyond the White Rat: Increasing

Diversity in the Teaching of Psychology

       Heather Perkins, North Carolina State University

       Betty-Shannon Prevatt, Meredith College

       Abby Nance, North Carolina State University     


6.    In-Class Research Demonstrations for

Undergraduate Research Methods Courses

       Meghan Babcock, Georgia Institute of Technology

       Christopher Stanzione, Georgia Institute of Technology     


7.  Technology in the Classroom: What's your policy?

       Pamela Miller, University of Denver

       Aimee Reichmann-Decker, University of Denver


8.  Assessing the Utility of High-Impact Educational Practices at the Departmental Level

       Meredith Elzy, University of South Carolina Aiken

       Ed Callen, University of South Carolina Aiken


9. What are We Doing and is it Enough? Instructor Preparation for General Psychology

       William S. Altman, SUNY Broome Community College

       Melissa Beers, The Ohio State University


10.  Social Media as Professional Development

       Karly Schleicher, University of Texas at El Paso

       Ciara Kidder, Marian University

       Jennifer Blush, University of Texas at El Paso


11.  Research as Service Learning

Kendra Thomas, University of Indianapolis

12.  Adventures in Experiential Learning

       Shaun Calix, Cameron University


13.  Creating a Culture of Academic Integrity

       Eve Sledjeski, Rowan University


14.  Bringing Work Home: Bridging Academics

and Residence Life Through Living-Learning Communities

       Paul Landen, University of Alaska Anchorage - Kenai Peninsula College


15. Disability Awareness Scavenger Hunt Group Project

       Melisa Naylor, Pennsylvania State University


16. The Role of Introductory Psychology in Combating Myths and Misconceptions about Human Behavior and Mental Processes

       Leslie Cameron, Carthage College

       Doug Bernstein, University of South Florida


17.  Dealing with New Editions of a Textbook

       Lee McCann, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh


18.  The New Cheating: Battle of Technology

       Chris Goode, Georgia State University


19.  Flipped Classrooms: Attitudes and Experiences

       Joel Hagaman, University of the Ozarks


20.  Facilitating Difficult Discussions Online

and in Person

       Matt O'Laughlin, Oregon State University   


21.   The Use of Academic Integrity Education in

an Early Foundational Course to Assist Psychology

       Majors in Becoming Better Scholars and to Help Prevent Plagiarism

       Meredith McKee, Walden University

       Pamelyn MacDonald, Northcentral University


22.   Academic First Aid:  Providing Resources to Struggling Students

       Benjamin White, Blinn College


23.   Sensation and Perception:  Why Culture Matters

       William Phillips, Dominican University of California

24.   Appropriate Course Objectives: What Belongs, When, and Where?

       Carey Dowling, University of Mississippi


25. Teaching Through Tragedy: Supporting Students in the Face of Collective Tragedy

       Katherine Judd, Truman State University

       Laurie Slifka, Keiser University


26.  Let's Talk About Sex:  The Use of Blogging in a Human Sexuality Course

       Charlie Law, Florida Southern College


27.   Supporting Current and Potential

Psi Beta Advisors

Kathleen Hughes Stellmach, Psi Beta

Jennifer O'Loughlin-Brooks, Psi Beta

Bryan Gerber, Psi Beta


28.  Using Office Hours to Build Rapport with Students

       Rhonda Jamison, University of Maine at Farmington

29.  Academic Integrity Violations: If it Isn't

Just Me, What Can We Do?

       Kathleen West, University of North Carolina Charlotte

       Jason Spiegelman, Community College of Baltimore County

       Kathleen Burke, University of North Carolina Charlotte


30.  From Adversary to Ally: Building Positive Online Student Relationship

       Barbara Lesniak, Southern  New Hampshire University      

31. Teaching in the Age of Social Media: Best Practices Around Engaging Students through Departmental Social Media Accounts

Kristin Flora, Franklin College


32.  Much Accomplished, Much Runway Ahead: The Dilemma of Mid-Career Faculty

       Pam Marek, Kennesaw State University

       Andrew Christopher, Albion College


33. Teaching for Transformative Experience in Psychology

       Jacqueline Goldman, Delta State University

PIE Session II

Friday, January 4th

10:15-11:15 a.m.

34.  Decreasing Life Stress through

Introductory Psychology

Dana Wallace, University of Jamestown


35.  Helping Instructors Utilize Social-Emotional

Learning (SEL) in the College Classroom

Kristel Gallagher, Thiel College

Shevaun Stocker, University of Wisconsin - Superior


36. Promoting Compassion and Global

Self Worth in the Classroom

Arjun Iyer, University of Florida


37.  Show Students That You're Human (and Other Suggestions for Increasing Rapport with Students)

Christopher Stanzione, Georgia Institute of Technology

Meghan Babcock, Georgia Institute of Technology


38.  The Challenge of Getting Students to

Conceptualize Introductory Statistics

Herbert Helm, Jr., Andrews University


39.  Oh, The Places You'll Go: Faculty-Led Study

Abroad Courses in Psychology

Jenna Scisco, Eastern Connecticut State University

40. Efforts to Diversify the Psychology Curriculum: Thoughts, Strategies, and Action

Kristin Bonnie, Beloit College

Suzanne Cox, Beloit College

41.  Using Media to Teach Mental Health and

Illness to Millennials

Nina Christie, University of Southern California

42.  Using High-Impact Practices to Make

Introduction to Psychology HIP!

Alicia Briganti, Dalton State College

Elizabeth Dunaway, Dalton State College


43.  The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Big Classes

Carolyn Brown-Kramer, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Manda Williamson, University of Nebraska-Lincoln


44.  Stop, Collaborate, and Listen: Teachers and

Librarians Partner to Improve Psychology Students' Information Literacy

Emily S. Darowski, Brigham Young University


45.  Developing an Interdisciplinary Study

Abroad Course

Dorothy Doolittle, Christopher Newport University

46.  How Do YOU Keep Students Focused onClass and Not Their Technology?

Jeffrey Bartel, Seton Hill University


47.  Teaching About Prejudice and Discrimination in a College Psychology Classroom: What Matters Most?

Kristy Huntley, University of New Haven

Nicholas Cote-Eckert, University of New Haven

48.  Strategies for Initiating, Having, and Surviving Difficult Conversations

Joy Jacobs-Lawson, Belllarmine University

Pam Cartor, Belllarmine University

Ann Jirkovsky, Belllarmine University


49.  Diversity in Cognition and Neuroscience Courses

Jennifer McCabe, Goucher College


50.  Developing a Service Learning Project

Via Appreciative Inquiry (AI)

Lisa Schulte, Xavier University of Louisiana


51.  What Does My Neighbor Need to Know About


Sue Frantz, Highline College

Linda Woolf, Webster University

52.  Assessing Student Perceptions of Difficulty 
of Topics Covered in Intro Psych

Justine Egan-Kunicki, Community College of Rhode Island

Renee Saris-Baglama, Community College of Rhode Island

Zachary Kunicki, Community College of Rhode Island

53.  Abnormal Psych Goes to (Cyber)space

Carolyn Oxenford, Marymount University

54.  Calling All Program Directors: Best Practices

in Program Direction

Kristen Eyssell, University of Baltimore


55.  Professional Development for Undergraduates:

Regional Conference Attendance as an

Undergraduate Courses

Carole Yue, Covenant College


56.  Best Practices in Active Learning in Online Classes

Alisha Janowsky, University of Central Florida

Martha Hubertz, University of Central Florida

Jessica Waesche, University of Central Florida

   57.  Promoting Career Development for Psychology Majors

Marnie Hiester, Misericordia University


58.  Resources for High School Psychology Teachers

Bryan Gerber, Stark State College


59.  Making Psychology Relevant to Pre-Health

Professional Students

Kerry Ledoux, University of Chicago


60.  Fostering Regular and Substantive Interaction in

Fully Online Courses

Jason Eggerman, Spokane Community College


61.  Engaging Students in an Introductory

Psychology Course

Elaine Augustine, Texas Christian University

62.  Developing Critical Thinking, Writing, and

Information Literacy in Undergraduate Psychology Students
Carol Patrick, Fort Hays State University

Janett Naylor-Tincknell, Fort Hays State University


63.  Is NHST Dying? What to Do?

Chris Spatz, Hendrix College


64.  It's All Fun and Games Until the Learning

Turns Serious: Conversations About Serious

Games and the Teaching of Psychology

Kosha Bramesfeld, University of Toronto Scarborough


65.  Evaluating a Classroom Observation Protocol

for Novice Instructors

Melissa Beers, The Ohio State University

Jessica Hill, Utah Valley University


66.  Teaching Psychology of Eating

Emily Splane, Flagler College


PIE Session III

Saturday, January 5th

10:15-11:15 a.m.

67.  Open Educational Resources Give Us mOER

Jon Skalski, College of Southern Nevada


68.  How to Bring Qualitative Methodologies into our Quantitative Courses

Lauri Hyers, West Chester University  

69. Consumers vs. Producers of Research: Striking the Best Balance in Research Methods

Elyssa Twedt, St. Lawrence University

70.  Adapting Courses and Content to Different

Learning Levels Using Developmentally

Appropriate Frameworks

Melissa Brandon, Bridgewater State University

Nesa E. Wasarhaley, Bridgewater State University

   71.  Utilization of a Transferrable Skill Portfolio in Undergraduate Psychology Classes

Megan Church-Nally, University of Cincinnati

72.  Does the Ideal Integrative Capstone Experience in Psychology Exist?

Camille Buckner, Marymount University

Carolyn Oxenford, Marymount University

73.  Learning at the Speed of Light:  Pros and Cons of Accelerated Courses

       Deborah Krause, Mid-State Technical College

74.  Fostering Deep Learning In and

Out the Classroom

       Karenna Malavanti, Baylor University

75. Trauma and Triggers in Abnormal Psychology: Responding to Student Needs

       Nancy Johnson, Queens University of Charlotte


76. Cheating: A 21st Century Efficiency or

the Same Age-Old Dishonesty?

       Chantal Tusher, Georgia State University


77.  Fostering the Heroic Imagination

in Psychology Classes

       Brian Metcalf, University of Cincinnati

Marlow Davis, University of Cincinnati


78. Demonstration of Selective Attention, Cherry's Dichotic Listening Task: Switching Language

       Manisha Sawhney, Liffrig Family School of Education & Behavioral Sciences


79.  Teaching Statistics and Research Methods Using Active Learning Approaches

       Michael Rhoads, Metropolitan State University of Denver      

80. Statchat: Sharing the Message of Increasing

Student Engagement and Interest in

Statistical Thinking and Procedures

Erin Freeman, University of Oklahoma


81. Teaching Group Theory & Process

with a Creative Twist

Marilyn Patterson, Lindenwood University

82. Teaching Statistics Online:

Refining Teaching Techniques

Adam Lawson, Eastern Kentucky University

83. Supermom, Superstar Faculty

       Jennifer O'Loughlin-Brooks, Collin College

       Kathleen Hughes  Stellmach, Pasco-Hernando State College 


84.  Integrating Independent Research

Into the Curriculum

       Abigail Kerr, Illinois Wesleyan University

       Amanda Vicary, Illinois Wesleyan University

       Ellen Furlong, Illinois Wesleyan University 


85. Promoting General Psychology Students'

Self-Regulated Learning with Exam Wrapper

       Renee Saris-Baglama, Community College of Rhode Island


86.  Discovering, Adapting, and Creating

Open Educational Resources: A Positive

Psychology Illustration

       Marsha McCartney, University of Kansas    


87.  Helping Psychology Majors Prepare

for the Workforce

Virginia Wickline, Georgia Southern University


88. Brief Thought Papers as an Extra

Credit Course Option

Jennifer Mailloux, University of Mary Washington

89. Is Anybody Out There? Creating and

Teaching with Podcasts

       Onna Brewer, Rockford University

       Joel Lynch, Rockford University


90. Demo Day is Not Just for Chip Gaines:

Principles that Make for a Good Demo

       Thelisa Nutt, Tarrant County College-Southeast Campus


91.  Riding the Wave: Adapting to the New

Landscape in Teaching Research

Methods and Statistics

       Arryn Robbins, Carthage College

       Kateryna Sylaska, Carthage College 


92.  Using History and Personal Story to Increase Knowledge of Psychological Concepts

       Nickles Chittester, Concordia University Texas 


93.  Marketing our Major & Our Students:

Specific Skills Psychology Majors Devtelop

that Future Employers are Looking For

Heather Labansat, Tarleton State University


94. Bueller? Bueller?  Escaping the PowerPoint

Trap and Bringing Fun Back into the Classroom

       Kate Anderson, Presbyterian College

       Sarah Burns, Presbyterian College

       Brooke Spatta, Presbyterian College    


95.  In a World of "I need an A", Can Qualitative Grade Reporting Enhance Student Learning?

       Aisha P. Siddiqui-Adams, Columbus State University

       Diana K Riser, Columbus State University


96.  Retrieval Practice: How to Successfully

Implement to Elevate Student Learning

       Brian Bergstrom, Maryville University in St. Louis


97.  Enhancing the Quality of Undergraduate

Program Assessment Using Participatory

Evaluation Techniques

       Erinn Green, University of Cincinnati

Caroline Stanley, Bridgewater State University

       Victoria DeSensi, Wilmington College 


98. Psychology Best Sellers: How to Sell Students on Writing in Psychology

       Nestor Matthews, Denison University


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