Listservs for the Teaching of Psychology

 

PT@CC Electronic Update Listserv ?Subscribe to share ideas, discuss concerns, and get the latest news on PT@CC. ?Contact Martha Boenau by e-mail if you would like to join this listserv.   mboenau@apa.org

 

PsychTeach Listserv

 

PsychTeacher™ is a moderated discussion list for teachers of psychology at all levels of education that is owned and operated by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (Kennesaw State University hosts the list). PsychTeacher™ is designed to be a focused, rather than a freewheeling, discussion list on any topic that addresses issues specific to the teaching of psychology.

 

Examples of early discussions in PsychTeacher™ included strategies for teaching various courses (e.g., psychological testing and assessment, biopsychology, and social psychology), advice on grading and testing, evaluation strategies for oral presentations, and using popular movies and fiction as teaching tools.

 

To join PsychTeacher™, you may either use either of these two options:

 

Send the following email message to <listserv@list.kennesaw.edu>

 

subscribe  psychteacher  yourfirstname  yourlastname

 

Be sure not to include anything else in the body of the message, e.g., a signature file at the end of the message.

 

Or, go to the list web page and click on the option of joining the list: http://list.kennesaw.edu/archives/psychteacher.html

 

TIPS: Teaching in the Psychological Sciences Listserv

 

TIPS (Teaching in the Psychological Sciences) is a lively international e-mail forum hosted by Bill Southerly and Frostburg State University (Maryland, USA) primarily for discussions concerning the teaching of psychology but with wide-ranging debate on related topics in psychology. It is open to anyone with an interest in such matters.

 

Subscription questions should be directed to Bill Southerly at bsoutherly@frostburg.edu.


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