NITOP 2021 Concurrent Sessions
Using Psychology for Public Good: Social Justice and Advocacy
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May Ling Halim
Reducing Gender Stereotyping and Promoting Positive Relationships Among Genders in Diverse Classrooms
Valerie Jones Taylor
Experiential Learning in Virtual and Fictional Worlds: Integrating Diverse Assignments and Assessments to Teach Tough Topics in Social Psychology
Reading Less and Learning More: Teaching Students to Evaluate Online Information in Intro Psych and Beyond
Designing Pedagogy: Going for the Win-Win-Win
"Recommendations from APA's Introductory Psychology Initiative: Bracing for Impact"
The Four E’s of Effective Learning: Engage, Encode, Elaborate, and Evaluate
The Student Cognition Toolbox: How You Can Help Students Boost Academic Performance, and How Students Can Help Themselves
More concurrent session details coming soon!
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