A “Revisited” blog post indicates that I reread the original and used AI-assisted tools (e.g., Grammarly) to improve grammar and word choice.
First published 2014/08/16
As I wrote earlier , I’m looking for ways to improve my course Psychology 303, Experimental Social Psychology. My first such course, experienced while I was an undergraduate at Oberlin, was life-changing for me as I discovered that the discipline of psychology could scientifically study issues such as prejudice, attitude change, interpersonal attraction, and aggression. Several former students indicate that they have been favorably impacted in a similar fashion. I recently read a well-written blog by a Harvard undergraduate who listed what he felt were the 20 best lessons from social psychology.
- I’ve been contemplating incorporating into my course a writing project that would culminate in something like his blog piece. I am also reviewing Jane Hart’s list of Top 100 Learning Tools to identify any that I want to bring into the course as research tools.
- I am especially interested in integrating into the course opportunities for cross-cultural /international communication.
- I’d be very interested in hearing from former students how they have USED what they learned in experimental social psychology.
I welcome your input and ideas.