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ERIC Number: ED552832
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2014-Apr
Pages: 56
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 32
Proceedings of the 28th Annual Farmingdale State College Teaching of Psychology: Ideas and Innovations Conference
Howell-Carter, Marya, Ed.; Gonder, Jennifer, Ed.
Online Submission, Proceedings of the 28th Annual Farmingdale State College Teaching of Psychology: Ideas and Innovations Conference, Tarrytown, NY, Apr 4-5, 2014
Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference on the Teaching of Psychology: Ideas and Innovations, sponsored by the Psychology Department of Farmingdale State College. The conference theme for 2014 was:" Infusing Issues of Racial, Religious, and Sexuality Diversity Across the Undergraduate Curriculum." The Conference featured a keynote address by Regan A. R. Gurung, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, entitled "Models, Modalities, and the Means to Address Diversity in the Curriculum". The address provided an insightful and resource-rich presentation on the tools and techniques for effectively integrating diversity into courses through discussions, assignments, illustration, test questions, and images. In addition to the conference keynote address, participants had 35 workshops, roundtable discussions, oral presentations, and student presentations from which to choose. Twenty-nine of the presentations are included in these proceedings with a selection of titles and respective author(s) as follows: Got Diversity--Now What? Diversity Challenges on a Diverse Campus (Destinee Chambers, Anne E. Stuart, and Sandra A. Sego); How Can We Calm Their Passions and Open Up the Discussion? Teaching Diversity Issues From a Critical Thinking Perspective (Kamil Hamaoui); Sweets, Shock, Bowling, and Psychopaths: Bringing Nine Counterintuitive Findings in Psychology into the Classroom. Why What You Know from Your Experience is Just Plain Wrong (Geoff Turner, Jeffrey D. Holmes, and David J. Bennett); Using ePortfolio to Support Social Pedagogy in Psychology (Alison Carson); Integrating Cultural and Sexual Minority Diversity with Psychological Science: Examples from Teaching Gender and Sexuality Applicable to a Spectrum of Psychology Courses (Marcus C. Tye); Student Perspectives on Disclosing Mental Health Concerns in the Classroom (Benjamin Wood); I-RISE Mentoring Program Supports Underrepresented Minority Student Success (Karen Singer-Freeman, Linda Bastone, Brittany Miller, and Rebecca Lopez); Let the Research Come to You: Using Technology to Find the Best Content (Michael Britt); Teaching About Transgender Issues in Psychology Classes (Matthew R. Lee, Julia Brown, and Kiera Guralnik); Teaching Clinical Treatment and Client Negotiation Skills via Role-Play (John L. Theodore); Textbook Technology: Pedagogical Aid or Pitfall? (Michele Baranczyk, and Matt Gray); Stereotyping and Discrimination: The Labeling Exercise in Action and Shaping the Student Experience (Marla Johnston, and Michaela Porubanova); Two STEM Pioneers: Florence Nightingale and Stella Cunliffe (Thomas Heinzen); Getting Comfortable with Discussing Diversity in the Classroom (Nicholas Salter, and Shaziela Ishak); Sonic Psychology: Teaching Diversity through Song (Daniel L. Benkendorf). [Selected individual papers contain references.]
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: New York