All assignments are due before the class date indicated. Class lectures will assume you have done the readings, and we will build on them.

10-minute reflections should be submitted through this form (again, before class). You can find more details about assignment expectations in our course syllabus.

** Assignment and rubric for blog post #1 ** (due 8/17)

** Assignment and rubric for blog post #2 ** (due 8/28)

** Assignment and rubric for blog post #3 ** (due 9/7)

For Blog Post #3, you need to include a visual. Here’s a blog post with video tutorial on Canva, if you decide to use Canva to make a visual.

Week 1

Monday, August 7

Tuesday, August 8

Wednesday, August 9

*Note: first writing workshop today. 10:00-10:50am in WLH 2111*

Thursday, August 10

Week 2

Monday, August 14

Tuesday, August 15

Wednesday, August 16

Thursday, August 17

  • Blog post #1 due before class (see submission instructions in assignment description)
  • Check-in survey
    • Optional addition: if you would like to give anonymous feedback (Note that the non-anonymous form is mandatory, even if you are also giving anonymous feedback)

Week 3

Monday, August 21

  • Watch Why an entire field of psychology is in trouble. SciShow.
  • Read Science isn’t broken Christie Aschwanden, Five thirty-eight.
  • 10-minute reflection: At the beginning of this class, you set a goal for yourself.
    • How are you doing?
    • Are there behaviors you can take to improve?
    • Is there a new goal you feel would be appropriate to set for the duration of the course?

Tuesday, August 22

Wednesday, August 23

Thursday, August 24

Week 4

Monday, August 28

Tuesday, August 29

Wednesday, August 30

Thursday, August 31

Week 5

Monday, September 4 is Labor Day: no class

Tuesday, September 5

Wednesday, September 6

Review Class. Come prepared with questions you have about the material we’ve covered

Thursday, September 7

Friday, September 8

  • Final Exam: 11:30am – 2:30pm in PCYNH 106