YouTube Channel for Psychology Videos (including many social psychology videos) - Steven Ross has started an excellent compendium of video clips from movies, TV shows, advertisements, news programs, and other sources. It is well organized in playlists to find video clips in many areas of psychology.
Luvze - (previously Science of Relationships) Ben Le, Gary Lewandowski, Tim Loving, and Marci
Gleason have created a website entitled Science of Relationships.
It will keep us up to date on research in the field, answer questions
submitted to the site, and provide observations on relationships in
pop culture and on references in the media. They will even have a
"Fact Checker" section that will verify and debunk claims.
As they say, it will be their version of Mythbusters, "but without
Web Project - "The goal of the GoCognitive web project is
the creation of an online center for teaching in cognitive psychology
and cognitive neuroscience. We are providing online demonstrations
of cognitive and neurological phenomena as well as video content related
to research in neuroscience. Many of the demonstrations are downloadable
and the content modifiable so that they can be used in small-scale
research projects by students."
Research and Statistics in Psychology - TeachPsychScience.org
is a new site created by Gary Lewandowski, Natalie Ciarocco, and David
Strohmetz. "TeachPsychScience.org provides links to online demonstrations,
descriptions of class demonstrations, suggestions for class/lab activities,
class assignments, lecture materials, and/or student exercises."
The site was supported by funding from the APS Teaching Fund, a great
place to go to create such resources.
Pedagogy - an excellent Wiki-based site that presents lots of
resources for instructors of personality and related courses -- the
Wiki format also allows you to add to the site.
or Causation? - This page contains a large number of science news
headlines that link to the actual popular press articles. Unfortunately,
many of the headlines confuse correlation and causation. Some activities/assignments
are included on the page which describe how you can use this resource
in a variety of courses.
Assessment Toolbox - a how-to text on creating authentic tasks,
rubrics and standards for measuring and improving student learning
of Information Literacy available online
Jon's Book Assessing
ask students to memorize reams of information that they will
rarely if ever use again, but we often fail to teach them
the critical skills needed to meet the daily challenges of
the 21st century, skills such as information literacy, collaboration,
metacognitive reflection, and self-assessment. One reason
we have shied away from teaching such skills is that we are
unsure how to assess them. Thus, in this text I offer a detailed
set of steps and examples, including rubrics, of how to summatively
and formatively assess the skills our students need. For K-16