Insight into Teaching Psychology is a podcast devoted to teaching Psychology. In this series of podcasts, instructors and authors share practical tips you can use in the classroom while tackling some of the interesting and trending topics relevant to today's Psychology classes.
Sex & Gender
Three Intro Psych instructors join the podcast to discuss a wide range of topics including how best to keep up with a rapidly changing field, how to ensure all students feel included/represented, and how to break down the stigmas and prejudices that some students come into this chapter with.
Bonus Episode #2: Mentoring and Mentorship Opportunities in Psychology
Our second Bonus Episode builds on the recent Student Success Podcast.
Promoting Student Success in Psychology
In this episode we discuss how we can promote student success in Psychology.
Bonus Episode: Assessment with Pat O’Brien of the New England Commission for Higher Education
we speak with Pat O’Brien from the New England Commission of Higher Education about how regional accreditors approach assessment and accreditation.
Assessment in Psychology
The latest episode of the Insight into Teaching Psychology Podcast tackles the world of assessment. Eric Landrum (Boise State University), Jenel Cavazos (University of Oklahoma, Norman), and Katherine Wickes (Blinn College) join the Podcast to examine a multitude of topics related to assessment)
Sensation and Perception
Greg Feist, Jason McCoy, and Bea Alvarado, discuss their goals when teaching the Sensation and Perception chapter in their Intro to Psychology course.