COVID-19: Supporting your teaching
In these challenging times for us all, we'd like to reaffirm our commitment to supporting you with your teaching needs. We hope you find the information here useful in helping you continue with teaching and working remotely. We'll be adding new resources to this page shortly, so be sure to check back.
The latest from our blog
Globalization In The Wake Of The Coronavirus Pandemic
The world woke to the threat of coronavirus in 2020, just as Chinese people were celebrating the new year. The initial outbreak occurred in Wuhan in the province of Hubei and quickly led to drastic measures by authorities to shut down activity and close borders. The epidemic in China caused devastation to families and halted economic activity...Read more
Real-World Social Psychology Under The Coronavirus
For psychology teachers everywhere—many with students displaced to their homes—the COVID-19 pandemic's dark clouds offer a potential silver lining: some teachable moments. In so many ways, we are experiencing social psychology writ large, with so much to study. Here's my initial list of opportunities for online and in-class discussion...Read more
Looking to brush up your communication tips at this time? Emma-Sue Prince shares ideas for effective communication:
If you missed our recent webinar hosted by Sarah Cornelius and Chris Aldred from the University of Aberdeen, don't worry, you can watch it again at any time below! The session discussed:
Looking for tips on teaching online?
- The importance of understanding your learners' experiences of live online learning
- How to adapt face to face strategies for online delivery
- Tips and tricks for facilitation