General Information: The National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology is an annual conference for teachers of psychology. NITOP is an independent, nonprofit, educational organization. The NITOP organizing committee (Dr. Stephen Chew [Chair], Dr. Bridgette Martin Hard, Dr. Erin Hardin, and Dr. Beth Morling) invites distinguished speakers based on nominations from past participants, expertise in topics related to the teaching of psychology, and demonstrated skill in presenting. Presentations include workshops, concurrent sessions, and general sessions on topics of interest to psychology teachers at all levels, from high school through university. To assist these teachers in improving their effectiveness and enhancing their students' learning, the Institute program offers content updates, new instructional techniques, and engaging activities.
NITOP welcomes exhibitors who are interested in offering information about new books for classroom use and/or demonstrations of educational software, lab equipment, etc. to teachers of psychology in high school through graduate school. The conference is attended by over 400 psychology teachers from throughout the country who wish to explore new ideas that will enhance and broaden their teaching skills.
Each exhibitor will be provided a large covered table, two chairs, wifi internet access, and registration for two representatives. Private demonstrations by exhibitors, which are published in the onsite program and offered in dedicated rooms seating about 50 participants, are also available for a small additional charge. Exhibits are located in the same room with coffee breaks and poster sessions so participants browse the exhibits and visit with exhibitors frequently throughout the conference.
The conference will be held at the TradeWinds Island Grand Resort in St. Pete Beach, Florida, from January 3–6, 2020.
NITOP is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Contact: email@example.com NITOP, P. O. Box 963, Northport, AL 35476