In this episode Eric interviews Sue Frantz from Highline College in Des Moines, WA, for a second time (Sue was first interviewed on Episode 004 in 2017). Sue continues to innovate and trailblaze as she contemplates what early retirement might mean. She has launched into the introductory psychology publishing realm with FlatWorld Publishing (co-authored with Charles Stangor). The unique approach she takes in this textbook revision is “what our neighbors need to know about psychology.” We chat about some of her favorite topics to teach (including sensation and perception), any systems that Sue has for tracking textbook revision notes, and the status of her Technology for Academics blog. Knowing Sue, she will invent her unique pathway to “retirement” as only she can arrange it.
This podcast was recorded at the Annual Conference on Teaching in October 2022 in Pittsburgh, PA. We thank the conference organizers and the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP) for the space provided and their sponsorship.
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