From monthly archives: February 2020
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Here at GIT, our primary goal is to get I-O into Intro Psych textbooks. More broadly, though, we want to expose I-O Psych to students. How else can we do this?
Check out this resource created by Ben Butina from the Department 12 website. It is a free online mini-course on I-O Psychology that can be assigned to Intro Psych students (or anyone interested in the topic):
Learners can take the course, learn about the topic, answer learning assurance questions, and even get a certificate of completion. This can be a great way for Intro Psych instructors to expose their students to I-O even if they don't know it themselves.
The idea for this mini-course started when Ben interviewed me (Nick Salter) for his podcast about how to put more I-O into Intro. One suggestion I made was for guest I-O speakers to come into classes and talk about the topic. Later, Ben said ...
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