Welcome to the inaugural blurb from the Pedagogical Pundit. My goal is to bring you key empirical evidence and research on teaching and learning,
Students love Sensation. The first half of the Sensation and Perception is a joyous time where we do a plethora of fun demonstrations
At the very beginning of my statistics course at UWGB, the students learn graphing techniques and how to describe data by describing the shape
During the keynote address at the EPIC Conference in October, we heard from Dr. Gurung about the benefits of students practicing their metacognitive skills
The Psychology Program at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay just launched a new podcast, Psychology and Stuff, where we discuss interesting topics related to psychology.
Wait, is it “Horn-ay” or “Horn-eye”… or is it something else entirely? By request, we’re going to start keeping a list of words psychology students (and teachers) tend to mispronounce.
We’ve got a suite at the February 20th UWGB Men’s Basketball Game and we hope you can join us. The game is at 1:00 pm at the Resch Center
The 2015 EPIC Conference (learn more here) was a great opportunity for psychology teachers to get together and share ideas and resources.
Do you want to be involved in planning next Fall’s EPIC Conference? If so, contact Ryan Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org to let him know you are interested.
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