The Society for the
Psychological
Study of Social Issues

    

Activities

Cultural Pursuit

Institutional Discrimination Exercise

Understanding Prejudice

Writing Assignment - General Social Psychology
(Provided by Amanda ElBassiouny, Spring Hill College)

From Concept To Concrete: Walking On Eggshells In Trauma Class
(Provided by Diana C. Direiter, Lesley University)

Two Truths and a Stereotype
(Provided by Adrienne R. Carter-Sowell, Texas A&M University)

Materials for Human Sexuality Class
(Provided by 2016 SPSSI Innovative Teaching Award Recipient Dana Weiser, Texas Tech University)

Classy Labels
(Provided by Darren Bernel, University of West Florida)

Human Trafficking Creative Assignment
(Provided by 2018 SPSSI Teaching Grant Award Recipient and 2019 SPSSI Speaker at the National Institute for Teaching of Psychology Award Recipient Laura Dryjanska, Biola University)

Education as the Practice of Freedom Activities
(Provided by 2016 SPSSI Innovative Teaching Award Honorable Mention Gina Tillis, University of Texas at Houston)


Education as the Practice of Freedom Assignments
(Provided by Gina Tillis, University of Texas at Houston)

Intersections of Identity Project
(Provided by 2013 SPSSI Innovative Teaching Award Recipient, SPSSI 2013 Speaker at the National Institute for Teaching of Psychology Award Recipient, and 2017 SPSSI Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring Award Recipient Kim Case, University of Houston- Clear Lake)

Virtual Immersion Project Log
(Provided by John Tawa, Salve Regina University) 

Crossing the Line
(Provided by 2013 SPSSI Innovative Teaching Award Recipient, SPSSI 2013 Speaker at the National Institute for Teaching of Psychology Award Recipient, and 2017 SPSSI Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring Award Recipient Kim Case, University of Houston- Clear Lake)

Games People Play: A Quick Guide to Intersectionality
(Provided by Angela Miller, Ph.D. and Kim Case, University of Houston- Clear Lake)

Human Sexuality Outreach Activity
(Provided by 2016 SPSSI Innovative Teaching Award Recipient Dana Weiser, Texas Tech University)

Human Experiment (first day activity)
(Provided by Stacey Williams, East Tennessee State University)


Research that produces nothing but books will not suffice.
                                                                                                                    - Kurt Lewin