ICPS Pre-Conference Teaching Institute

Organized by
Douglas A. Bernstein, Department of Psychology, University of South Florida, USA
Jörg Zumbach, School of Education, University of Salzburg, Austria
 

23 March 2017

Poster submissions are closed. The deadline was 3 October 2016.

 
The day-long ICPS pre-conference Teaching Institute features leading experts in the research and application of empirical approaches to teaching psychological science. Please note that the Teaching Institute requires a modest fee and is open only to ICPS attendees.
 

Sponsored By:

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Opening Plenary
Culture: What It Is, Why It Matters, and How to Teach It
Hazel R. Markus, Department of Psychology, Stanford University, USA

Closing Plenary
Toward a Science of Teaching
Richard Anderson, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Illinois, USA

Concurrent Sessions
‘Learning Works Best if …!’ How Do University Lecturers and Students Think
About Teaching and Learning?

Regina Jucks, Department of Psychology, Universität Münster, Germany

What Should Developmental Psychology Students Be Learning About At-Risk Children? An Update on Research and Intervention Programs
Silvia H. Koller, Department of Psychology, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Rapid Growth and Internationalization of Psychological Science Programs in the Developing World
Nebi Sümer, Department of Psychology, Orta Dogu Teknik Üniversitesi, Turkey

Essential Technology for Teaching Psychological Science
Susan M. Frantz, Department of Psychology, Highline College, USA

Learning and Teaching of Psychology in Europe: Challenges at the Macro and Micro Level
Stephan Dutke, Department of Psychology, Universität Münster, Germany