The Division of Academics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology promotes the professional interests of psychologists who teach and/or conduct research, whether in a university, school, college or any other academic environment.
Division of Academics, Researchers & Teachers in Psychology Annual Conference
23 - 24 June 2021Show content
WELCOME TO THE DARTP CONFERENCE
Date: 23 - 24 June 2021
Time: 09:00 - 17:00 BST
The 2021 Conference theme is ‘Sharing best practice; the future of psychology and evidence-based teaching’
The theme will be split into the following topics:
- Widening participation and inclusive practices in psychology education
- Teaching open science in a psychology curriculum
- What works in a psychology assessment and feedback
- General – for submissions in teaching and learning of psychology not captured by the above
The conference theme is Sharing best practice; the future of psychology and evidence-based teaching.
Submissions are welcomed on the following topics:
Widening Participation and Inclusive Practices in Psychology Education.
Teaching Open Science in a Psychology Curriculum.
What Works in Psychology Assessment and Feedback.
Don’t be concerned if your proposal doesn’t fit exactly into one of the themes. All submissions are welcome. We also have a ‘General’ topic, which will capture all other research areas..
You should also read the submission guidelines as these will allow you to see how your submission will be reviewed.
HOW TO SUBMIT
Once you have read through the guidance documents you can make the submission using the button below.
10:00, Wednesday 21 April 2021
To make a oral, poster or workshop submission, please click make a submission.
To make a symposia submission, please download the form.
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