Psi Beta Workshop
Integrating Research Methods in the Undergraduate Curriculum
Friday May 28, 2010, 10:00 AM - 11:50 AM - Hampton A - B
Waubonsee Community College and Midwestern Regional Vice President for Psi Beta
Psychology is a science! We state it in our course objectives, but does your psychology curriculum represent an integrated approach to teaching research methods?
Panelists in this session will present and discuss how they have augmented their teaching of research principles and skills through guided and personally meaningful applications. They will share the strategies they use to bring research methods into their classrooms and to get students involved in research process outside the classroom.
Some discussion will be included as to the impact on students through assessment and anecdotal evidence.
Scaffolding Hands-On Student Research in Introductory Psychology|
William S. Altman
Broome Community College
Establishing an Institutional Review Board and Getting Students Involved in Research|
Michael C. Amico
Housatonic Community College
Giving Students Opportunities to Highlight Research Beyond the Campus Through Psi Beta|
Carroll Community College
Creating Personal Research Designs and Evaluating Research in Popular Press|
Community College of Denver
2010 Program Committee
Tyler S. Lorig, Washington and Lee University (Chair); Nalini Ambady, Tufts University; Abigail Baird, Vassar College; Sian Beilock, University of Chicago; Daniel Klein, Stony Brook University, The State University of New York; Richard Lewis, Pomona College; Kris Preacher, University of Kansas; Deidra Schleicher, Purdue University; Timothy Strauman, Duke University; Tracy Zinn, James Madison University