Wright presents three posters at Society for Research on Adolscence

Waldorf College
5/5/2014
 
Michelle Wright, online psychology adjunct professor, presented three posters at the 15th Biennial Society for Research on Adolescence. One was called: Adolescents' Psychological Adjustment Difficulties and Cyber-Victimization: The Moderation of School-Belongingness and Ethnicity; second was titled: The Impact of Racial Discrimination and School Composition on Latino Adolescents' Social Status Insecurity and Aggression.
 
The third was called: "Popularity among White and Latino Adolescents: The Influence of Behaviors and Social Status Goals." She also had a publication accepted called, Predictors of Anonymous Cyber Aggression: The Role of Adolescents' Beliefs about Anonymity, Aggression, and the Permanency of Electronic Content. Wright has corrected the proof. It's for CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking. I also engaged in some continuing education:
·      Strategies and Tips for Engaging Today's Students, Workshop conducted by Cengage Learning, Webinar, March 26, 2014. 
·      New Directions for Undergraduate Psychology Learning Outcomes and Assessment, workshop conducted by Macmillan Education, Webinar, March 25, 2014. 
·      Putting APA in its Place, Workshop conducted by NCU, Webinar, March 20, 2014. 
·      Longitudinal Modeling Done Right: Best Practice and Social Justice, Preconference conducted by Society for Research on Adolescence, March 19, 2014. 
·      Flipping the Classroom, Workshop conducted by MacMillan Education, Webinar, March 14, 2014. 
·      Effectiveness of Adaptive Quizzing in Course Design, Workshop conducted by Macmillan Education, Webinar, March 13, 2014. 
·      Thinking about Student Reading, Workshop conducted by Macmillan Education, Webinar, March 11, 2014. 
·      Incorporating Technology: A Beginner's Guide, Workshop conducted by Macmillan Education, Webinar, March 10, 2014.