There's no doubt: Teaching this fall (and beyond) will look different. This month, we look at three methods—in-person, synchronous, and asynchronous—and review which works best for lectures, seminars, and lab-based classes.
- Sample Syllabi for 7 Popular Online Psychology Courses
- Professors Share Tips and Advice on What Works—and What Doesn't—When Teaching Online
Looking to sharpen your data skills? SPSP has compiled helpful webinars, workshops and other educational materials in this updated resource page.
An associate professor at Western University in Ontario, Erin's research focuses on the biological underpinnings of social behavior, social difficulties in clinical populations, and how people use and understand social cues during face-to-face interactions.
Have you or a fellow SPSP member moved—or planning to move—to a new job this year? Let us know! We will publish these career moves in an upcoming issue of eDialogue. Check out last year's Career Moves here.
For White Americans struggling to understand the complexities of systemic racism, it might help to reflect upon our own experiences of social exclusion. From the SPSP Blog
The newly revised SPUR program offers students from historically underrepresented racial backgrounds the opportunity to work virtually with mentors and their labs on an independent research project. The program kicks-off at the 2021 convention, and the deadline to apply is November 1, 2020
The annual meeting of the Society for Southeastern Social Psychologists will now be held virtually on October 31, 2020. Submissions for talks, data bytes, and posters will be open August 24 – September 23. Registration also opens on August 24. The in-person meeting in Atlanta, Georgia will be postponed until 2021.