Educators' Corner

Offering a platform for educators of all stripes to share their stories, experiences, successes and hardships in teaching and mentoring, as well as for sharing educational practices and initiatives that are of interest to the O&R community.


Addressing the grand challenges facing psychological science

What are the four grand challenges identified by APS members? 1. Globalization and diversity Psychological science has been repeatedly …

Navigating Open scholarship for neurodivergent researchers

Navigating Open scholarship for neurodivergent researchers Who we are and why is this important? In academia, there has been much …

The PaPOR TRaIL Course

PaPOR TRaIL is a freely available course on Open Research. The PaPOR TRaIL course is an open education resource, designed with input …

The Open Research Toolkit

Do you want to learn about open research and how you can implement open research principles in your work? The Open Research Toolkit is …

Innovative Mentoring

Mentoring is an integral part of every academic’s work, yet, we are still learning how we can be better towards our mentees. In …

Qualitative Open Science Practices

Many education researchers have begun to engage in open science principles, techniques used to improve the replicability and …

Making lemonade out of remote teaching

Remote Student Exchange was then created as a volunteer and non-profit initiative to match professors willing to offer spots in their …

Teaching the why and how of replication studies

Patrick S. Forscher walks us through his workshop on how and hy to conduct replication studies. He shares all his materials so you can …

Developing a comprehensive directory of tools and technologies for social science research methods

There are more than 500 different types of software and packages that social scientists can use to collect, visualize and work with …

Using the 'Transparency Checklist Guidelines' as an Educational tool

Balazs Aczel adapted the celebrated Transparency Checklist Guideline to a classroom setting, allowing students (and educators) to …