Society for the Teaching of Psychology

Division 2 of the American Psychological Association

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Welcome to the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP)

Dear Teaching Colleague,

Welcome to the website of The Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP).  Our focus is supporting teachers of psychology at all educational levels. Explore our web site and you will find numerous resources and professional opportunities that can enhance your teaching life.

If you teach psychology, and you are not a member of STP, we hope that you will join us and support our mission to “promote excellence in the teaching and learning of psychology.” Joining is easy – simply click on the link to the right, or on the Membership tab above. (Note: You do not need to be an APA member to join STP.) If you are already a member of STP, I encourage you to seek out ways to contribute by clicking on the “Get Involved” link under the "Membership" heading. Many of these opportunities to get involved more in the Society are also listed on the calendar to the right.

Whether you teach psychology at the high school, undergraduate, or graduate level, I hope that you will find a welcoming professional community in STP. If you have suggestions or comments, you may contact me via e-mail. Thank you for your work on behalf of psychology students!

Suzanne Baker, PhD, James Madison University
Professor, Department of Psychology
2015 President, Society for the Teaching of Psychology (APA Division Two)

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