From monthly archives: January, 2020
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In three months (April 2020) we will hit the two-year anniversary of GIT-SIOP. Therefore, now is a good time to ask ourselves “how are we doing?”
As constant readers of this blog will note, GIT has been involved with lots of different efforts. So much has been accomplished! But the main goal of GIT is to get I-O into Intro Psych textbooks. After spending a lot of time creating and collating resources to help make this happen, a letter was sent to Intro Psych textbook authors last fall detailing the resources available to them – and to encourage them to add more I-O to their textbooks. The response was exciting!
Many Are Excited: We received responses from authors of over a dozen Intro textbooks, and all the responses were positive. Many of them agreed that I-O is an under-represented topic within Intro textbooks (one authors said it was a “shortcoming of the books that are out and around”). Some of the responses ...
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