APA's Committee on Psychology Teachers at Community Colleges (PT@CC) is offering five sessions during APA's Annual Convention. They are:
"Innovative community college teaching methods: using technology to teach psychological concepts," featuring Tonja Ringgold, EdD, Baltimore City Community College on "Making the 'Net-work: integrating the World Wide Web in a psych 101 course," and Ken Gray, PhD, College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, Ill., on "Using technology to personalize general psychology."
"Using humor in teaching psychology," with Jim Backlund, of Kirtland Community College in Roscommon Michigan, on "Hugh Mann-Beehayfyor: The saga continues," by Cy Kählohgy; Robert Johnson, PhD, Umpqua Community College, Roseburg, Ore., on "Is there serious science behind classroom comedy?"; Judy Farrell, Moorpark Community College, Moorpark, Calif., on "'Tooning in psychology"; and "New teaching resources for community college teachers," with Ann Tway Ewing, PhD, of Mesa Community College, Mesa, Ariz.; Patricia Puccio, EdD, College of DuPage Glen Ellyn, Ill.; and Donna Duffy, PhD, Middlesex Community College, Lowell and Bedford, Mass.
The PT@CC Invited Address will be given by Robert Cialdini, PhD, Arizona State University, who will discuss "Crafting normative messages to protect the environment."
"Activating active learning in psychology classes," with Jerry Rudmann, PhD, Coastline Community College, Fountain Valley, Calif., and Robert L. Johnson, PhD, Umpqua Community College, Roseburg, Ore.