Resources for the Teaching of Social Psychology
Site contains hundreds of links organized around class assignments, activities and exercises, online lecture notes, student resources, topic resources and more. Also, there is a free, monthly e-mail newsletter you can subscribe to receive regular updates of new and newly discovered resources and ideas for teaching social psychology and related courses.
Material Type: Collection
Date Added to MERLOT: March 09, 2002
Date Modified in MERLOT: September 16, 2012
Submitter: Jon Mueller
Primary Audience: High School, College General Ed, Graduate School
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Discussion for Resources for the Teaching of Social Psychology
5 years ago
Tani McBeth (Faculty)
This site is a wealth of useful resources for social psych from activities, assignments, video clips, etc. I check the site out every so often to see if there's a new angle on illustrating or applying a concept. You can also receive updates via email or RSS...
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11 years ago
Judith Maynard (Faculty)
This is a comprehensive social psychology site with something of value for students and faculty. As an instructor of an online social psychology course, I am going to assign portions of the site for projects and fun for the students and ideas for me to help elucidate the textbook material for my students. The site is kept current with few broken links. It is clearly a labor of love!
I found the site easy to navigate, understand, and graphically pleasing. It has something for everyone to find of interest to add to their knowledge of social psychology.