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Wright presents three posters at Society for Research on Adolscence

Waldorf College
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.