From monthly archives: May 2020
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We are now at the two-year anniversary of the Getting I-O into Intro Textbooks (GIT) task force. As you may know, at the 2018 SIOP Conference then SIOP President, Talya Bauer, launched this effort with the charge to work toward increasing coverage of I-O content in Intro to Psychology textbooks and awareness of I-O among early psychology learners. Many SIOPers know this has been an issue many have tried to tackle for many years. This includes efforts to present at conferences, encouraging membership to give talks at local high schools and community colleges, many efforts to build resources and share them, and so on. GIT built upon on this previous work while directing concentrated effort on the issue through a variety of means, including all the original tasks/goals from President Bauer, and new ones encouraged by now SIOP President, Georgia Chao. Last year, we published a TIP article chronicling what we accomplished in our first year. Given that President Chao renewed the task force charter for one mor ...
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