The new Norton Illumine Ebook engages students as they read brief chunks of text, assess themselves through dynamic Learning Goal Checks with rich answer-specific feedback, and build their understanding of neurological function with a 3D brain. Hold your students accountable for their reading with seamless LMS gradebook integration.
Using her 25 years of teaching experience, Sarah blended educational psychology research and student success support into six learning strategies, showcased throughout the book in one-page infographics. As students read, two to three actionable Learning Pauses per chapter echo the strategies they’ve encountered so far and offer students opportunities to check their learning.
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Sarah Grison is Associate Professor of Psychology at Parkland College with 25 years of experience teaching introductory psychology, child development, adolescent development, and human sexuality in face-to-face, online, and hybrid formats every year.
Grison uses psychological research as the basis of her own empirical classroom studies to examine and support development of students’ skills in academic, personal, and professional domains. At the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, Grison has provided courses and workshops for college instructors in evidence-based pedagogy, course design, and assessment, all of which aim to support instructors in helping their own students have excellent educational experiences.