Join us for the 28th annual, but first virtual Midwest Institute for Students and Teachers of Psychology (MISTOP) conference on Thursday, April 7 and Friday, April 8. After a taking a pause from our conference last year, we are eager to get together and discuss ways in which the pandemic has shaped our experiences with teaching and learning. View more information on the MISTOP Conference.
Pandemic-Proof Teaching and Assessment Strategies
Dr. Jeffrey Stowell, Eastern Illinois University
Introducing the Elmhurst University Psychological Science Bootcamp: A Course-Based Undergraduate Experience (CURE) for Community College Students in Early January
Dr. Elizabeth A. Majka, Elizabeth Schweitzer, Yusra Omer , Sarah Aviles, Dr. Heather H. Mangelsdorf, and Dr. Jessica J. Sim, Elmhurst University
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New Tools for New Times: Having an IMPACT on the Skills of Our Psychology Students
Applied Psychology: Tools of Liberation or Oppression?
Critical, Inclusive, & Open Pedagogies: Centering Social Justice in the Teaching of Psychology
Know Better, Do Better: Pedagogical Sins I No Longer Commit