The 2011 SPSP Teaching Preconference
January 27th, 2011 -------San Antonio, TX------
8.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
Welcome to the homepage for the Society for Social and Personality Psychology
(SPSP) Preconference on Teaching. This will be the 9th year for the
Teaching Preconference. It draws a solid group of enthusiastic
social/personality psychologists who are interested in teaching. Graduate students and new faculty are especially welcome.
Come join us next January in Texas!
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Barney Beins, Ithaca College: "Myths and
Misconceptions: Teaching Students What They Think They
Know (But Really Don't)"
Catherine Sanderson, Amherst College: "My Teaching Toolbox: Research,
Action, and the Real-World"
INVITED SPEAKER: Melody Sadler, San Diego State University:
deviates: Awakening the data analyst in students"
Organizers: Kate Burns (University of
Wisconsin-Green Bay) and Courtney Rocheleau (Appalachian State University)
Kate Burns, Ph.D. E-mail:
History: Previous Teaching
New Orleans, LA
Palm Springs, CA
2007 Memphis, TN
2009 Tampa, FL
Las Vegas, NV