Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Enhancing the Teaching of Psychology Conference - UW Green Bay

The 10th annual Enhancing the Teaching of Psychology Conference will be held on May 19, 2010 at UW-Green Bay. The scheduled talks include:

Helping Students Distinguish Science from Pseudoscience

- Scott Lilienfeld (Emory University)

Threshold Concepts in Psychology

- Jeff Henriques (UW-Madison)

U-Pace Instruction: Enabling a Diversity of Students to Succeed

- Diane Reddy, Raymond Fleming, Katie Ports, & Rodney Swain (UW-Milwaukee)

Teaching sensitive/controversial/resistance-prone subjects

- Cyndi Kernihan (UW-River Falls)

Learning from Disasters

- Elizabeth Yost Hammer (Xavier University)

DSM_V: Some answers, opinions, and the story so far

- Scott Lilienfeld (Emory University)

How much Feedback is Good feedback: Developing Writing

- Illene Noppe - (UW-Green Bay)

Teaching with Technology

- Tanya Joosten (UW-Milwaukee)

Early Bird Fee (prior to April 29 deadline):
$30 per person
$25 per person departmental rate (4 or more registrants per school – registration and payment must be sent together)
$15 High School Teacher or Society for Teaching of Psychology member
$10 Teaching of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS) member)

After April 29th - add $5 per person. Last day to register is Wednesday, May 12, 2010

For more information go to or contact Regan Gurung at or 920-465-5679. I would be more than happy to email the Conference Program and/or Registration form to anyone interested. Simply contact me at

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