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DIV2PsychTeacher Listserv

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Diversity-Teach Listserv

This discussion group focuses on issues related to infusing diversity and international perspectives into the psychology curriculum in addition to diversity-specific courses.  The forum is open to all who are interested in incorporating diversity into their teaching at all levels (including high school, 2-year, 4-year college/university, and graduate school settings).  Please join our listserv and share your experiences, teaching strategies, resource materials, recommendations, and/or questions.

DIV2PSYCHTEACHER Listserv

DIV2PSYCHTEACHER (formerlyPsychTeacher™) is a focused, moderated discussion list on any topic that addresses issues specific to the teaching of psychology. Like the editor of a newspaper or journal, moderators will have the prerogative to reject complete posts as being outside the scope of the list or ask posters to edit a message so that it fits the list's stated guidelines and rules. If the message is consistent with these guidelines and rules (subscribers will receive them when they first join the list), it will immediately be forwarded to the list.

DIV2PSYCHTEACHER is owned and operated by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology and is hosted by the American Psychological Association. The Society invites  teachers of psychology at all levels of instruction to join and participate in the discussion of teaching psychology.

This list focuses upon topics such as:

  • requests for or suggested ideas for teaching a specific course or content material (e.g., demos that work, resource material, answers to student questions, lecture ideas or resources, etc.);
  • discussion of general instructional issues that cross over different courses (e.g., handling academic dishonesty, make-up exams, using technology to teach, research using the WWW, etc.);
  • discussion of issues not directly related to classroom instruction, but closely tied to teaching in general (e.g., advising students on career options);
  • announcements of interest to the group and directly related to teaching (e.g., TV programs, teaching conferences or workshops); and
  • specific requests for help or information to assist in teaching a course or topic (e.g., references on a topic, where you can find a video or equipment, etc.).
  • postings requesting participation in research that is clearly and strictly related to the teaching of psychology and has documented IRB approval.

An invited e-column, titled E-xcellence in Teaching, on a topic related to the teaching of psychology is posted to the list each month during the academic year. List members are invited to respond.

Guidelines and Rules

A copy of the complete DIV2PSYCHTEACHER List Content Guidelines and Rules can be found at this link

The PsychTeacher™ List Operators are Bill Hill at Kennesaw State University and Ted Bosack. The moderators of the list include Rick Froman, Stacy Bjorkman, Alicia Briganti, William Altman, Stephanie Robinson, Chris M. Hakala, and Ted Bosack.

Early Career Psychologist Listserv

This listserv is designed specifically to announce information relevant to ECPs! The primary purpose of the listserv will be to announce upcoming conferences, awards, travel funding, and other opportunities for ECPs, but discussion of ECP-related topics is also encouraged. 

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