This discussion group focuses on issues related to infusing diversity and international perspectives into the psychology curriculum in addition to diversity-specific courses. The forum is open to all who are interested in incorporating diversity into their teaching at all levels (including high school, 2-year, 4-year college/university, and graduate school settings). Please join our listserv and share your experiences, teaching strategies, resource materials, recommendations, and/or questions.
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This listserv provides a forum where graduate students in psychology may discuss issues relevant to the teaching of psychology and their professional development as teachers of psychology.