This is How I Teach Blog Post
This blog makes teaching visible by featuring the voices of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology members twice a month. Psychology teachers talk about how they teach and what kinds of people they are -- both inside and outside the classroom.

E-xcellence in Teaching Blog
An E-xcellence in Teaching Blog post about the why and how you can embed more professional development in to undergraduate psychology curricula based on empirical research.

Exemplar Studies for Teaching Research Methodology
We designed this resource to support students actively learning methodology in the classroom by providing instructors with an annotated bibliography of contemporary research to illustrate various research design elements in the context of topics that students will find engaging.

2016 Winners of STP Instructional Resource Awards

The Impact of a Multifaceted Approach to Teaching Research Methods on Students' Attitudes
A multifaceted approach to teaching five experimental designs in a research methodology course was tested. When using a multifaceted approach to teaching research methods that included both active learning and a form of scaffolding, students reported a greater efficacy in American Psychological Association style writing, a higher perceived utility of research and statistics, better attitudes toward statistics, and higher perceived skills/abilities in statistics. This approach benefitted students' perception of an often disliked but required course in psychology.