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Alanna Smith
Click to view contentAt Macmillan Learning, we rely on our faculty consultants to help us respond to the ever-changing challenges of teaching, and while the challenges you are facing now are unprecedented, we know someone who can help you and your students with the transition online. Professor Benjamin White, who in addition to teaching psychology online, also helps…
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Sue Frantz
During this please-stay-away-from-other-people time, I have been thinking a lot about people who are trapped at home with an abuser.   Yesterday morning we went to the grocery store for our next two-week round of supplies. No, we didn’t buy toilet paper. We had just happened to stock up before COVID-19, and we are still well-supplied.   We were… (Show more)
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Jenel Cavazos
Anyone else trying to figure out the best way to structure all our days at home? Check this out: How to gain control of your free time - Laura Vanderkam | TED-Ed http://ow.ly/aZn230qsHBn psychstudentrss
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Kasey Greenbaum
Welcome! In light of many campuses moving to online learning, we wanted to share some of the resources we have available on the Psychology Community to help with online instruction. Check out our virtual learning resources, webinars on demand, blogs, and more. Join the community!
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Robert Crosnoe
Helicopter parent is a phrase that gets tossed around a lot these days, rarely as a compliment.  It refers to the idea that modern parents hover over their children, vigilantly paying attention and ready to swoop in to take control at the first sign of trouble.  I see them all the time, not just in my research on families but in my own life as a…
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Jenel Cavazos
Happy National Puppy Day! Ever wondered what our canine friends are thinking? How they see the world? If so, check out the resources available here: The Science of Dogs - Science Friday http://ow.ly/dBMs30qs4w1 psychstudentrss
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Sue Frantz
Like many of you and your students today (March, 2020) who are working from home. I am doing the same. While I am looking forward to the slew of research that is going to come out of this ABA experiment, this talk by Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom may be a preview of the kind of finds we're going to see.    Bloom starts talking about his… (Show more)
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Jennifer Bilello
I’ve been teaching Abnormal Psychology with LaunchPad in hybrid and in-person courses for multiple years, but this summer semester was my first attempt at teaching fully online. Compressing the 15-week course into 8-weeks was one challenge, but others included how to best communicate all the things that often get said in the classroom, not just… (Show more)
Jennifer Bilello
Learning Curve quizzes are a great tool to help students review material and prepare for classroom discussion, and they also provide us with metrics to indicate what students might be struggling with so we can better tailor our classroom time to meet the student’s needs. Students often ask “how can I better study for exams?” and sometimes ask for… (Show more)
Jennifer Bilello
In this brief webinar, Benjamin White discusses his strategies and approaches to using digital resources in his psychology classes, including using LearningCurve for pre-class assessment. The webinar is then followed by a Q&A session where he and Scott Guile answer questions.
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