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At Macmillan Learning, our psychology community includes committed teachers, researchers, and authors. Among them are some exceptionally compelling advocates for how psychological science can help us understand our contemporary lives. Join us for this timely, idea-rich series of talks from some of the most effective voices in psychology education today, as they share their thoughts on teaching, learning, and living in these unsettling times.

Please select one or more webinars you wish to register for below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to join the webinar.

Featured Webinars:

November 5 - Abnormal Psychology in the Era of COVID-19 with Ron & Jon Comer- 1:00 PM EST
Join Ronald J. Comer (Princeton University) and Jonathan S. Comer (Florida International University), the renowned best-selling authors of Abnormal Psychology and Fundamentals of Abnormal Psychology, as they review the rapidly growing body of research on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the state of mental health and its treatment.

November 12 - Making a Smooth Transition to Online Assessment with Scott Cohn - 1:00 PM EST
Looking for simple solutions? Professor Scott Cohn (Western Colorado University) will demonstrate tips and techniques for creating a positive online assessment experience for students. Resource options will be compared with specific examples from his Introductory Psychology course.

November 19 - Diversity: A Hidden Strength in the Psychology Classroom with Debra Roberts - 2:00 PM EST
Debra Roberts (Howard University), lead supplements author of My Psychology, draws on her years of teaching and research to share strategies for talking about diversity in psychology classes.

Past Webinars:

Human Behavior Amidst the COVID Crisis: Helping and Hurting? with David Myers - Watch the recording
David Myers (Hope College), longtime author of our bestselling introductory psychology resources, offers his insights on the human element of this crisis--our need to belong, why we may be too much, or too little, afraid, and how shared threats affect social behavior.


The APA Introductory Psychology Initiative Outcomes: What You Need to Know  - Watch the recording
APA has a new Introductory Psychology Initiative that provides recommendations for teaching the intro psych course, training teachers, and assessing student learning. In this webinar, Jane Halonen (University of West Florida) will discuss the Initiative's recommendations regarding student learning outcomes and assessment strategies to improve the quality of the introductory psychology experience.

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