Are you reading my mind? People, on learning I am a psychologist, often assume I can. Sure psychological science does provide a lot of information about how humans think, feel, and behave. That said, I don’t read minds although as an educator I would love to have that power. Here’s a new study that just may help me power up.
It’s almost that glorious time of the year again: Convention
With all the amazing sessions at Convention, we wanted to provide you with a comprehensive list of what’s being offered specifically for students and educators!
As psychologists continue to do important work through research and by practicing in the community, it is critical that the contributions of psychologists are highlighted and shared. This is where advocacy comes in!
Over the last quarter century, as public education has made a hard shift towards “accountability” and increased standardized testing, the trend towards the use of research-based instruction in classrooms has become nearly as ubiquitous as the Scantron sheets students are asked to bubble in multiple times each semester.
Happy Friday! Summer has officially arrived in Washington, DC. I am celebrating by fleeing for the weekend to colder temperatures in the mountains. Before I go here are your articles for this week. Enjoy and stay cool.
Every day the news media trumpet psychology-related findings with the potential to affect our lives directly and indirectly. And we do mean every day.