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 Deadline Extended: Vancouver Conference on Teaching
Posted by: Steve Charlton
Title/Position: Instructor
School/Organization: Douglas College/Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Sent to listserv of: SESP, SPSSI
Date posted: April 5th, 2017


6th Vancouver International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology
July 27-29, 2017
Vancouver, Canada

CALL FOR PAPERS: DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 21, 2017

Keynotes and Invited Talks

The Fiction of Memory
Elizabeth Loftus
University of California

Teaching Psychological Science in a Post-Truth Age
David G. Myers
Hope College

Technology for Academics: Essential Tools
Sue Frantz
Highline College

Magic In Mind: Viewing Psychology Through the Lens of Performance Magic
Anthony Barnhart
Carthage College

What Are We Teaching about the Social Construction of Fatherhood—What Is It Doing to Men?
Doris Vasconcellos-Bernstein
Université Paris Descartes
University of South Florida

Announcing an International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology at the Coast Plaza Hotel and Suites in downtown Vancouver, Canada. The conference will cover a wide range of issues related to the teaching of Clinical and Experimental psychology and teaching in general. It is designed for teachers of psychology and related disciplines at universities and colleges who are interested in enhancing their teaching skills, exchanging perspectives and exploring new ideas with colleagues from around the world. The conference will include topics such as classroom demonstrations, employability, psychological literacy and critical thinking, new teaching methods, and recent advances in specialized areas of psychology. In addition, there will be at least one concurrent stream of multidisciplinary talks examining more general educational issues such as recent pedagogical research, teaching technology, student retention and assessment, and online teaching. For a better idea of the range of topics please see past programs on our website.

Individuals interested in presenting a paper, workshop, poster or submission for a participant idea exchange are asked to submit an abstract by April 21, 2017. More information is available at http://www.kpu.ca/victop or you can contact Steve Charlton at 604-771-1860 sjccharlton@shaw.ca




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