This is a very specific comment, but I like that you will have the student’s write along a line on the chalkboard, to show the order of events regarding the physical movements and mental processes. I’m a visual learner and I think putting the event on timeline will help cement the concepts. It inspired me to start to think of ways to appeal to the…[Read more]
I’m really glad someone went to a workshop on this- really valuable topics to consider. Thanks for including them here in such an organized and clear way! I like how the one faculty member addressed a difficult topic by first stepping out of the role of instructor (so to speak). If I’m ever in a similar situation, I think I’d do the same.
I often find that Students entering Experimental Psychology need a lot of improvement in this area. These lessons and concepts should be included in all Psychology courses. I will try to include mini low-stakes writing assignments in my Intro to Psychology course.
Here is the associated mini-lesson
I really liked your mini-lesson on attachment. I particularly liked that the video showed a situation in which the infant displays an insecure-avoidant attachment style. Most videos I have seen show either secure or insecure-resistant attachment styles. I am planning on using your mini-lesson for my lesson on attraction and relationships. It would be a good example for a broader discussion on how attachment styles are formed early on in our lives.
I bee-lined through the attendees leisurely eating lunch, to ensure a spot at the, “Learn to Play, Play to Learn” workshop at the TEACH@CUNY event (Allison Lehr-Samuels & Zoe Sheehan). I didn’t need to awkwa […]