Teaching Demonstrations, Class Activities, or Roundtable Discussion Topics
to be shared at the
Iowa Teachers of Psychology
Central College, Pella, IA
November 1, 2013
Attention High School and College Instructors and Graduate Teaching Assistants!
Do you have
- a favorite teaching demonstration of some psychological principle?
- a classroom activity that gets your students involved and learning?
- a teaching related topic you would like to discuss with colleagues to suggest for one of our teaching roundtables?? Would you be willing to serve as a roundtable leader?
If so consider submitting your demonstration or roundtable topic for possible inclusion at the 14th Annual Iowa Teachers of Psychology (ITOP) Conference on November 1. 2013 at Central College in Pella, IA. We hope to have more demonstrations and activities than ever before, but we need to hear what has worked for you! If your submission is among those selected to be shared at ITOP 2013 you will receive a conference registration grant worth $15 off your conference registration fee!
Your submission need not be original - just something that may be new to many of the conference attendees. Please submit a description of your demonstration, activity, or roundtable discussion topic to Linda Walsh no later than October 11, 2013 (but the sooner, the better).
Title of Demonstration or Activity or Roundtable Topic:Demonstration Source (if known):
Principle(s) Demonstrated or Learning Objective(s):
Equipment or Supplies:
Ethical Problems or Constraints on Use:
Your okay to link your materials, if presented, to the ITOP website after the conference: _________
Send demonstrations and activities or roundtable suggestions to: Linda Walsh
For more conference information connect to ITOP website
For a look at the ITOP 2012 Teaching Resource List
Linda Walsh's Homepage