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Introduction to Psychology Podcasts

Time Stamps

  • 1:25 – Goals when teaching Sex and Gender
  • 7:43 – Challenges from a student perspective in Sex & Gender
  • 12:45 – Challenges from the instructor perspective
  • 19:35 – where do you teach sex and gender content?
  • 29:00 – How are you starting/using lecture time on Sex and Gender?

Resources Referenced in the Podcast


Participants:

Time Stamps for the Student Success Podcast:

  • 2:35 – How do you define/what does student success look like to you?
  • 10:40 – Approaching student success from a student perspective
  • 13:30 – Approaching student success in the classroom and through assessment
  • 17:00 – The Psychology departments unique role in promoting student success
  • 27:00 – Approaching student success from an authorship (both textbook and student authorship) perspective
  • 35:50 – Approaching student success from and administrative perspective
  • 44:15 – Parting thoughts on student success

Participants:

Time Stamps for the Mentorship Bonus Podcast:

  • :40 – Mentoring undergraduate students and its potential impact
  • 8:15 – Finding mentorship opportunities at Community Colleges
  • 13:30 – 3 tips for mentoring




Time Stamps for the Assessment in Psychology Episode:

  • 3:28 – Approaching assessment in the classroom
  • 8:15 – Assessment from the departmental level
  • 14:00 – Owning the process/Psychology’s role in assessment
  • 22:15 – What is meaningful assessment on the Gen Ed level?
  • 30:30 – Creating a culture of assessment

Participants:

Time Stamps for the NECHE Bonus Episode:

  • 1:20 – About the New England Commission of Higher Education
  • 2:40 – What do they look for when partnering with Colleges and Universities?
  • 4:40 – Why one size doesn’t fit all when it comes to assessment
  • 6:35 – Things you can do to make life easier with assessment





Participants:

Manda Williamson
Jason McCoy Cape Fear Community College

Time Stamps:

  • 3:10 – What are your goals when teaching Sensation & Perception/What do you want students to take away from the chapter
  • 6:50 – What topics do you spend more or less time on?
  • 12:40 – In class examples from the vision section, plus synesthesia
  • 24:45 – In class examples from the hearing section
  • 30:30 – Interesting Research in Sensation & Perception
  • 32:00 – Controversies in Sensation & Perception: Yanni or Laurel, A Gold dress or a Blue dress
  • 35:10 – Parting thoughts






Syreeta Washington
Syreeta Washington bio

Time Stamps

  • 2:31 – Operationalizing Critical Thinking
  • 9:45 – What is your ultimate goal for your students with regard to critical thinking?
  • 21:45 – Why does being skeptical come across as being mean?
  • 28:10 – Balancing ‘the flow’ of class with in class opportunities to teach critical thinking
  • 36:15 – Additional in class examples to help build Critical Thinking skills
  • 44:30 – Framing the Replication Crisis through the lens of critical thinking
  • 56:50 – Parting Thoughts

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