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“Pandemic Course Solutions: How to Motivate Your Students with Lessons from the Self-Control Literature”

Hosted by Elliot T. Berkman

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Teaching and learning during the pandemic have challenged students and instructors in many ways. One of the most daunting centers around how to motivate your students. In this virtual workshop, Professor Elliot Berkman (University of Oregon) will highlight his and other scholars’ research on motivation and self-control and offer best practices for how you can use these findings to motivate students in your own courses.

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“New Tools for New Times: Have an IMPACT on the Study Skills of Our Introductory Psychology Students”

Hosted by Sarah Grison

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Have you noticed that your students increasingly need support when it comes to studying? Expert teacher Sarah Grison shows how you can incorporate research-backed learning strategies into your course using a new and innovative framework designed around the acronym IMPACT (Improving, Monitoring, Practicing, Attending, Connecting, and Thinking Deeply)—all integrated into the content you already cover.

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“Supporting Student Well-Being Online”

Hosted by Crystal Carlson

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Crystal Carlson, educational psychologist and lead author of High-Impact Practices: A Teaching Guide for Psychology, shares strategies to maintain evidence-based online learning environments that also positively contribute to student well-being.

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Archived Events

“New Tools for New Times: Have an IMPACT on the Study Skills of Our Introductory Psychology Students” Hosted by Sarah Grison

Have you noticed that your students increasingly need support when it comes to studying? Expert teacher Sarah Grison shows how you can incorporate research-backed learning strategies into your course using a new and innovative framework designed around the acronym IMPACT (Improving, Monitoring, Practicing, Attending, Connecting, and Thinking Deeply)—all integrated into the content you already cover.

"Online Teaching Best Practices" Hosted by Benjamin White

Benjamin White, coauthor of Norton’s High-Impact Practices: A Teaching Guide for Psychology, leads a workshop of online teaching best practices, including issues of pacing, communication, and creating designated spaces for outreach and congregation.

"Supporting Student Well-Being Online" Hosted by Crystal Carlson

Crystal Carlson, educational psychologist and lead author of High-Impact Practices: A Teaching Guide for Psychology, shares strategies to maintain evidence-based online learning environments that also positively contribute to student well-being.

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