David Daniel

Douglas Bernstein

Sue Frantz

Ingrid Snijders

The main speakers include David Daniel (James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA), who will discuss the importance of conducting ecologically valid research on the teaching of psychology; Douglas Bernstein, who will review the latest evaluative literature on a wide variety of active learning strategies; Sue Frantz, (Highline College, Des Moines, Washington, USA), who will present a hands-on workshop highlighting the latest in teaching technologies and lead a discussion of how best to evaluate their effectiveness; and Ingrid Snijders (Roosevelt Center for Excellence in Education, Middelburg, and HZ University of Applied Sciences, Vlissingen, The Netherlands), who will describe her research on the link between student-teacher relationship quality and learning outcomes.