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.