|Teaching of Psychology
A special little corner of heaven on the Internet for practitioners
of the noblest profession.
Last Update: November 4, 2002
On the Internet
— About the course and the exam.
E-Mail Discussion List — This site, developed by Sue Franz, is for
psychology instructors who would like to contact other psychology instructors
interested in connecting their respective classes for the purpose of e-mail
Division 2: Society for
the Teaching of Psychology
— Faculty teaching online courses may find this a useful source of
materials or may wish to incorporate some of the resources into the course
design. More than just tutorials, this student-developed site is
an etext for Intro Psych. A collection of lessons cover many of the
main concepts in psychology, as well as important case studies. The
site includes streaming real video interviews with experts, activities
for you to try at home, online quizzes, user-rated links to more resources,
and a chat forum and message-board for you to share knowledge with each
other. Also available in a Spanish language version. A
MegaPsych GottaSee site.
Funderstanding — "Theories"
should be of particular interest.
Books in Psychology - Tony Morris's list of recommended popular books
Horizon Home Page — Informs
educational leaders of the implications of change in the external world
and provides recommendations for action to address these implications.
effect" — Papers By Dr. Robert K. Merton focusing on the
quantity of publications by scientists.
National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology
— The premier annual conference on teaching in psychology (in my
Office of Teaching
Resources in Psychology [OTRP] Online
Page — Hugh Foley's "Resources for Teaching Perception".
for the Teaching of Social Psychology — Created by Jon Mueller as part
of the CROW Project, Course Resources on the Web, this site has a large
number of resources for social psychology instructors. There are
also some resources for students.
Critical Evaluation Skills for World Wide Web Resources
of Psychology in Secondary Schools Home Page
THE BIG SIX - A systematic approach
to information problem-solving.
Theory Into Practice (TIP)
database — A terrific resource for brief summaries of 50 major theories
of learning and instruction, and learning domains and concepts.
— The web site of the premier discussion list for college (and high
school) teachers of psychology — Teaching In the Psychological Sciences.
Relevant Discussion Lists
Hot Potatoes Homepage —
The Hot Potatoes suite includes six applications, enabling you to create
interactive multiple-choice, short-answer, jumbled-sentence, crossword,
matching/ordering and gap-fill exercises for the World Wide Web.
Hot Potatoes is not technically freeware, but it is free of charge for
non-profit educational users who make their pages available on the web.
Other users must pay for a licence.
TBA-L — Teaching Behavior Analysis Discussion Forum
An email and web-based discussion forum for anyone who is involved
in teaching behavior analysis.
Subscription Message: subscribe TBA-L <Firstname Lastname>
Subscription Address: LISTSERV@LISTSERV.DT.UH.EDU
A discussion for faculty, staff and administrators at two-year institutions.
Subscription Message: SUBSCRIBE COMMCOLL <YourFullName>
Subscription Address: LISTSERV@LSV.uky.edu
A listserv for graduate students that addresses questions about teaching
and other academic-related issues. Sponsored by APAGS and the APA Education
Subscription Message: SUBSCRIBE EDTEACH <youremailaddress> <
Subscription Address: LISTSERV@LISTS.APA.ORG
OCC-L (On-line College Classroom List)
Discussions, announcements, papers, etc. that are pertinent to those
who are teaching (or planning to teach) college classes on-line.
Subscription Message: SUBSCRIBE OCC-L <YourFullName>
Subscription Address: email@example.com
A listserv for doctoral level psychologists and post-docs who have
completed their degrees within the past five years or so.
Subscription Message: SUBSCRIBE NEWPSYCHLIST <firstname><lastname>
Subscription Address: LISTSERV@LISTS.APA.ORG
Devoted to the needs of OKlahoma PSYchology FACulty.
Subscription Message: Subscribe OKPSYFAC <YourFullName (YourSchool)
Subscription Address: LISTSERV@VM.Tulsa.cc.ok.us
For teachers of high school psychology (some college level faculty
Subscription Message: SUBSCRIBE PSYCH-News <YourFullName>
Subscription Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
A moderated discussion list for high school and college/university
teachers of psychology designed to be focused list rather than a freewheeling
discussion list on any topic.
Subscription Message: SUBSCRIBE psychteacher <firstname> <lastname>
Subscription Address: email@example.com
To foster communication between researchers on issues pertaining to
Subscription Message: SUBSCRIBE SocPsy-L <YourFullName>
Subscription Address: LISTSERV@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU
The monthly (usually) newsletter accompanying the Resources for the
Teaching of Social Psychology website. If you subscribe to this newsletter,
it will appear in your email inbox about once a month with links to and
brief descriptions of a few useful web resources for instructors of social
psychology. The collection of prior newsletters, running back to
September, 2001 can be found in the socialpsy-teach Archives.
Subscription Address: http://lists.imowa.org/mailman/listinfo/socialpsy-teach
TIPS (Teaching In the Psychological Sciences)
The focus of TIPS is on the exchange of information regarding teaching
in general and the teaching of psychology in particular. Discussions of
both practical and theoretical nature can be found on the list.
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Subscription Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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