jgrosefifer wrote a new post, Ice-breakers and other ideas for first-day of classes, on the site Teaching of Psychology 4 months, 3 weeks ago
It is great to have ice-breakers on the first day of class – I like this game of Human Bingo where everyone goes around the class looking for people who fit the boxes on their card. Once one or two people complete […]
jgrosefifer commented on the post, More on Engaging Diverse Viewpoints in the Classroom, on the site Teaching of Psychology 5 months, 1 week ago
These are very helpful links. Do you feel that this workshop gave you some strategies that you would like to try out in the classroom?
Picking up on the professional development thread – do you think it would be helpful to have students use a WordPress site in your courses instead of Blackboard? Do you think it would be confusing if you wanted them to post on a WordPress site as well as having to access Blackboard? How has it been in this class – having to use both Bb and this…[Read more]
jgrosefifer commented on the post, Lesson Plan on Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination, on the site Teaching of Psychology 5 months, 1 week ago
Could you add a link to the slides that you refer to here in your mini-lesson?
Can you provide more detailed information about the mini-lesson that you did in class. It’s great if you can lay that out like a recipe with a step-by-step how to guide. Look at the IO lesson plans to get some ideas for how you might do this.
Attending workshops like these are often really helpful for extending your support system as a teacher. It’s great for new teachers in general to be able to talk to other people who have had to navigate similar problems when they first started teaching. Remember that the TLC and GSTA can support you as you grow as a teacher.
Some of our master teachers at CUNY who teach online have found that there is sometimes problems with feedback when they are web-conferencing with multiple students at once. This can often be circumvented by having students mute their microphones and to use the features that allow them to type a question. This is a bit like raising your hand in…[Read more]
It is great that this workshop helped you both as a writer and as a teacher of writing. I think that it is important that we support students in learning how to read academic articles. It is really easy for us to forget what a challenge this is for undergraduates because we have become so proficient at doing it. This is a great skill to work on…[Read more]
jgrosefifer commented on the post, Intelligence testing lesson-plan and associated materials, on the site Teaching of Psychology 5 months, 1 week ago
Great ideas – I particularly like that you are helping students to both think critically and also to develop their quantitative reasoning skills. I can see myself using this in my PSY 101 classes when we cover intelligence testing.
jgrosefifer wrote a new post, Intelligence testing lesson-plan and associated materials, on the site Teaching of Psychology 6 months ago
Here is the lesson plan for a double period Lesson plan for Intelligence and IQ Testing
Here is the powerpoint that I have used for the Smarties and DumDums mini-lesson Activity_SmartiesnDumDums_short adapted f […]
jgrosefifer wrote a new post, Lesson plan for Implicit Memory with associated mini-lessons, on the site Teaching of Psychology 6 months ago
This lesson plan focuses on experiential learning about implicit memory. Here is the lesson plan for a 75 minute class: WP_Lesson_Plan_implicit memory_2017
You will need this powerpoint to present the priming […]
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