We invite you to submit your proposals for the 2015 conference. Presentations can cover any topic related to the teaching of psychology. Those related to this year's theme are especially encouraged. Other topics may include active learning, pedagogical innovations, curriculum design, classroom technology, distance learning, mentoring, program assessment, or evaluation. Proposals for oral presentations, workshops and discussion forums (descriptions below) will be considered.
Submissions can be submitted electronically, through the link below. You will be asked to provide the following information: contact information for all presenters, a presentation title, format, a brief abstract (50 - 100 words) to be printed in the conference program, and a summary of the presentation (750 - 1000 words).
Session Format Options
Oral Presentation - Theory / Experience Driven:
(request 30 or 60-minute session). A session in which one or more speakers present information that is based on theory, personal experience, and/or anecdotal evidence.
Oral Presentation - Research / Data Driven: (request 30 or 60-minute session) . A session in which one or more speakers present information that is based on the results of an empirical research project. Results of the research must be available at the time of the presentation.
Workshop: (60 minute session) A session designed to teach skills and practical applications of theory and/or research findings. Facilitators must employ a hands-on presentation style in which learning objectives are achieved through active (not passive) involvement of participants.
Discussion Forum: (60 minute session). An informal discussion / exchange of ideas on a focal topic between the audience and presenters. Facilitators should make opening remarks on the focal topic and should introduce discussion questions. The audience is then free to ask questions and discuss relevant issues in more detail.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Extended Deadline for Undergraduate Poster Session Submissions:
March 1st, 2015
Student Poster Session
We will be hosting our 6th annual undergraduate student poster session, a 60-minute joint session designed to provide undergraduate students the opportunity to display and present their research to professionals in the field. Students are encouraged to submit proposals describing their research in any area of psychology. While the research need not be completed at the time of submission, results must be available by the date of presentation. Each student research project will be evaluated by two professional psychologists and the top-rated project will be acknowledged with an award.
For additional information, please contact conference co-chairs:
Dr. Marya Howell-Carter: email@example.com
Dr. Jennifer Gonder: firstname.lastname@example.org
2015 Conference Program