BISTOPS Holds Inaugural Seminar on Teaching Psychological Science

Psychological scientists gathered July 9 through 13 in Paris, France to foster future research on teaching and learning psychology at the inaugural Biennial International Seminar on the Teaching of Psychological Science. Established educational psychologists and those with a newfound interest in the field alike came together to discuss existing research and exciting avenues for international collaboration to promote the evidence-based teaching of psychological science worldwide. The seminar, organized by APS Fellow Douglas A. Bernstein (University of South Florida), was hosted by the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme–Maison Suger in cooperation with APS and other international organizations. Speakers included APS Fellow David Daniel (James Madison University) and member Sue Frantz (Highline College).


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