Description: An internship at Madison College offers experience in a teaching-focused, diverse institution that can directly translate to your future career goals. Areas of interest for this professor’s psychology courses include: Connecting the content with real-world experiences, integrating active learning, case studies, technology, effective writing assignments, peer-led study groups, inquiry-based activities, and community-based or service learning. Improving the course climate for diverse students is another potential area of interest.
Semester(s): Fall, Spring
Institution: Madison College
Intern background needed: Psychology or related social science
Courses may include: Cognitive Psychology, Intro Psych, Abnormal Psych, Human Sexuality, Developmental Psych (online only)
- Course info: All are 200-level transfer courses
- Course time/day: Varies. Spring 2019 example-> Cognitive psychology T/Th 10-11:15
Potential Guest Teaching Topics/Units: Instructor is open to structuring the course so that the topic falls within the desired timeframe of weeks 6-10 and matches the intern’s interests. Ideas might include: Autism, Suicide, Schizophrenia, Diagnosis/Assessment (for Abnormal Psych), Sexual Abuse, Sexual Orientation, or Gender (for Human Sexuality), Language (for Cognitive), Human Development, Research Methods, or Personality Psych (for Intro).
Please Contact: Jenna Behm-Lawton <JBehm@madisoncollege.edu>