Teaching and Learning Psychology in Times of COVID and Beyond

2-3 September 2021

After careful consideration of the ongoing pandemic and of the uncertainty of travel opportunities in 2021, it has been decided that the next biennial ESPLAT conference will take place online, though hosted by Heidelberg University in Germany. 

The current pandemic has a substantial impact on every aspect of our lives. This conference would like to be a forum for sharing information on how the Coronavirus pandemic has changed the teaching and learning of psychology. One major subject concerns the organization of teaching, in which online tools play a central role. Another obvious issue is how we as instructors can help students to debunk myths and identify illogical reasoning. Any other issues of how teaching and learning psychology have changed during the Corona-Crisis are welcome. 

The Call for Papers will be published in February 2021 together with information about submission formats. 

The conference will be free (no registration fees) for ESPLAT members. If you are not yet an ESPLAT member, this is an ideal opportunity to join, because ESPLAT membership can then be treated as a conference fee. An invoice for the membership fee can be provided on request for those who require to claim back conference fees from their department or institution. The invoice will make it clear that the costs were required to attend the conference.



 European Society of Psychology Learning and Teaching 

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