NITOP 2024 Concurrent Session Speakers
(tentative and subject to change)
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"Thinking 101: Teaching Students to Reason Better to Live Better"
Kenneth E. Carter
"Promoting Innovative Teaching and Learning through Public Scholarship"
University of Cali Santa Cruz
“Building Identity-Safety With and For Students: Unpacking the Power and Boundaries of University Messaging”
New Mexico State University
"An Intro Psych Course that Matters: What Our Neighbors Need to Know"
University of West Florida
“Everything You Need to Know (and More) about APA Undergraduate Psychology Major Guidelines 3.0”
Sarah K. Johnson
"Fostering Collaboration: Working in Teams for Course-Based and Independent Undergraduate Research"
University of Virginia
"The Jeff-Monte Method: A Manageable, Enlightening, and Fun Way to Use Essay Assessments in Large Classes"
Co-Author: Jessica Taggert
University of Mary Washington
"Raising the Stakes: Giving Students Tools to Face the Challenges of the 21st Century"
University of Florida
"Intersectionality Travels, Translations, and Teachings"
"Implicit Bias-in-Action in the Classroom and How to Undermine It
California State University, Fresno
"Online Psychology Lab: Building Hands-On Activities for Psychology Students"
"Desiring Difficulty: The Psychologically Rich Classroom"
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