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TIP NORTHWEST & PSYCH ONE PRESENT

INTRO PSYCH

COAST-TO-COAST

A VIRTUAL GATHERING

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

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Intro Psych Coast-to-Coast: A Virtual Gathering, will be held on

January 19th, 2024

8:45 am - 1:15 pm

Pacific

9:45 am - 2:15 pm

Mountain

10:45 am - 3:15 pm

Central 

11:45 am - 4:15 pm

Eastern

OUR GUIDES

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Jean Twenge

Keynote Speaker

San Diego State University

Jean's talks share a close-up look at how Generation Z (today’s kids, teens, and young adults, also known as iGen or Zoomers) is different from Boomers, GenX’ers, and Millennials, based on data from 38 million people. Click below to know more.

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June Gruber

Keynote Speaker

University of Colorado Boulder

June has taught courses on emotion, the science happiness, and psychopathology. She has developed a free online Coursera #TalkMentalIllness course, and an online course in Human Emotion and associated Experts in Emotion Interview Series at Yale University. 

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Register for Coast-to-Coast

You have registered for Intro Psych Coast-to-Coast 2024!

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Invited Teaching Demonstrators

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Jhotisha Mugon

University of Victoria 

As a teaching professor, Jhotisha specializes in teaching Introduction to Psychology, Psychology in Popular Culture and Biopsychology. She is interested in creating inclusive learning environments where students actively participate in learning activities and course content. Jhotisha is also interested in finding new ways to maintain student engagement within lectures and to keep boredom at bay.

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Meghan Gangel

Western Carolina University

Meghan studies the changes in health that occur over childhood into adolescence and emerging adulthood. And how our physiology is shaped by peer and parent relationships. She is currently interested in examining the effects of the stigmatization of obesity on adolescent and emerging adult  health.

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Diana Sanchez

San Francisco State Unviersity

Diana is an Associate Professor in the Industrial/Organizational Psychology program in the College of Science and Engineering at San Francisco State University (SFSU). She completed her doctoral work at Colorado State University and has worked for over 20 years in Human Resources, Organizational Development, Human Capital Consulting, and Workplace Management. She runs the Workplace Technology Research Lab (WTRL) where she collaborates with students on research topics such as workplace technology, training and development, assessment development and validation, gamification, virtual reality, and virtual teams.

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Josh Lovett

University of Illinois Chicago

Josh was a Fulbright Scholar in South Korea, where he spent three years teaching ESL to a wide range of students. He is broadly interested in the social and behavioral contexts of learning, especially in the social-emotional competencies of teachers and how this impacts a variety of factors in the classroom and school.

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Kay Bourke

University of Illinois Chicago

After serving as a high school special education teacher, Kay started graduate school in the Community & Applied Developmental Psychology program at the University of Illinois Chicago. Kay’s primary research interests are related to youth mentoring relationships and how to train and support mentors to best support their mentees. Kay is an adjunct instructor at Dominican University, a small, liberal arts, Hispanic serving institution in River Forest, Illinois, where she has taught Introductory Psychology and will be teaching Introduction to Community Psychology.

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Paula Hylton

Cannon School

Paula is a high school psychology teacher at Cannon School, which is an independent school in Concord, NC. She teaches both honors level and AP level introductory psychology courses. Paula has 17 years of teaching experience and is currently work on school wide professional development initiatives to connect the science of learning with the art of teaching.

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Jarred Jenkins

Anne Arundel Community College

Jarred has a taught a wide variety of psychology courses at a variety of institutions, but his primary focus is introductory psychology, with additional efforts in psychology and law and biopsychology. He has created introductory psychology learning communities and he has particular interest in integrating research into the introductory classroom.​

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Coast-to-Coast is Sponsored By

Macmillan Learning wants to hear from you!
Register now for a focus group on

AI for Intro Psych Education 

Macmillan Learning is hosting a series of focus groups with Introductory Psychology educators from different institutions and varied teaching experiences to better understand educators' experience with and sentiments about generative AI in teaching and learning. In particular, we will explore the impact and opportunities for generative AI in helping students engage and explore learning in new ways.

 

Spaces are limited, so apply today. Applications close Friday, January 12, 2024. Instructors selected to participate in one of the focus groups will be notified by the end of the day, Tuesday, January 16th.

First, register for Intro Psych Coast-to-Coast 2024. Then...

Apply to Participate!


The focus group is open to instructors teaching introductory psychology at a higher education institutions, and who have not already participated in an AI focus group with Macmillan Learning. The instructors who participate in the Virtual Meeting submit the post-event survey will receive a $75 gift card*.

OUR PLAN

January 19th 2024

11:45 AM

WELCOME

Garth & Bridgette

12:00 PM

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KEYNOTE

Jean Twenge

01:00 PM

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OUR TEACHERS

Round 1 Demonstrations

02:00 PM

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15 MINUTE BREAK

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02:15 PM

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OUR TEACHERS

Round 2 Demonstrations

03:15 PM

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KEYNOTE

June Gruber

OUR COMMITTEE

Garth Neufeld

Cascadia College

Coast-to-Coast Co-Founder

Garth Neufeld is a Professor of Psychology at Cascadia College. He is passionate about teaching and service, and has helped to found Introductory Psychology Coast-to-Coast, TIP Northwest, The PsychSessions Podcast, and Shared Space For All. He is also the founder of On Mission Consulting.

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Joshua Woods

Grand View University

Coast-to-Coast Committee 

Josh Woods is an Associate Professor in the Psychology Department at Grand View University in Des Moines, IA. He is also the Director of the C0gn1t10n L4b which conducts research on cognitive illusions that impact memory and learning.

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Bridgette Martin Hard

Duke University

Coast-to-Coast Co-Founder

Bridgette Martin Hard is a Professor of the Practice in Duke University's Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. In addition to helping found Coast-to-Coast, she co-founded and has managed the Psych One Conference since its inception in 2012 and is also on the steering committee for NITOP.

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Janet Peters

Washington State University - Tri-Cities

Coast-to-Coast Committee

Janet Peters is a Scholarly Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology, Director of Instructional Excellence & Innovation at WSU Tri-Cities, and chair of the Society of Teaching Psychology's committee for Early Career Psychologists. Contact: janet.peters@wsu.edu

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Interested in LAST YEAR's  RECORDING with Dr. Carol Dweck and Dr. Jasmine Mena?

If you would like to purchase the video recordings of Coast-to-Coast 2023,
then please let us know by filling out the form below. 

Once received, we will send you a link for payment ($25).

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Questions

If you have questions about Intro Psych Coast-to-Coast, please contact

Garth Neufeld

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