David A. Caicedo’s Profile

Faculty
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David A. Caicedo
Pronouns
he/his/him
Office Location
N651U
About Me
David A. Caicedo received his Ph.D. in Social-Personality Psychology from the CUNY Graduate Center, an M.A. in General Psychology (Pre-Clinical Concentration) from Adelphi University, and a B.A. in Psychology from St. John’s University.
Prof. Caicedo’s research centers on the Latino/a experience in the U.S., including Latino/a demographic patterns in the Tri-State area. His dissertation work focused on the sociolinguistics of the (contemporary) immigration debate, political ideology, and the relationship between the news media, policymakers, and popular opinion.
Twitter
@David_A_Caicedo
Department
Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice
Academic Program
Psychology, A.A.

Courses

CRT 100 | Critical Thinking | Course Hub

CRT 100 | Critical Thinking | Course Hub

Do you teach Critical Thinking without a textbook? Or do you teach Critical Thinking and currently use a textbook but would like to switch to Open Educational Resources? Either way, this site is for you. This website was created as an OER (Open Educational Resource) for the Borough of Manhattan Community College’s CRT 100: Critical Thinking course. Although CRT 100 instructors are free to select any topics and instructional materials, they should prioritize teaching the skills listed in the student learning outcomes. Accordingly, the content of this course hub has been divided into suggested “topics.” Each topic has a dedicated page with multiple posts, which include assignments, activities, PowerPoints, and other relevant materials. The “essays” section includes essay assignments and relevant resources. The “resources” section provides external links to other materials. For contributions to the site, go to “contribute.” Thank you to all Academic Literacy and Linguistics faculty who’ve already contributed materials to this site. This site is part of a broader effort to encourage openness and collaboration among instructors. This site is administered by Prof. Ewa Barnes, Lecturer at the Borough of Manhattan Community College’s Academic Literacy and Linguistics Department. Feel free to contact me with any resources, comments and questions at ebarnes@bmcc.cuny.edu.

PSY 100 | Psychology 100 | Course Hub

PSY 100 | Psychology 100 | Course Hub

This is a PSY 100 (General Psychology) OER/ZTC course hub, developed on the BMCC OpenLab, consisting of organized and easily accessible no-cost materials that faculty could use to teach a ZTC course. This hub and its contents can be adopted or adapted by faculty interested in teaching the course with no-cost materials.

PSY 200 (110W): Social Psychology SP2020 Prof. David Caicedo

PSY 200 (110W): Social Psychology SP2020 Prof. David Caicedo

The course introduces students to major theories and scientific findings in social psychology emphasizing personal situational behavior. Research and application in the areas of social thinking, social influence and social relations are discussed. Students may choose topics including, but not limited to, attitudes and beliefs, conformity, prejudice, group behavior and leadership, communication and persuasion.

PSY 200 (1600): Social Psychology SP2020 Prof. David Caicedo

PSY 200 (1600): Social Psychology SP2020 Prof. David Caicedo

The course introduces students to major theories and scientific findings in social psychology emphasizing personal situational behavior. Research and application in the areas of social thinking, social influence and social relations are discussed. Students may choose topics including, but not limited to, attitudes and beliefs, conformity, prejudice, group behavior and leadership, communication and persuasion.

Communities

Teaching on the OpenLab

Teaching on the OpenLab

A place for BMCC faculty who are teaching (or considering teaching) on the OpenLab to connect and share ideas. Image by Wokandapix from Pixabay

Projects

Teach On!

Teach On!

A space for faculty to share ideas about how to support student learning during the transition to distance learning for the remainder of Spring 2020. Please request to join if you are faculty at BMCC. Click on “Visit Project Site” in the upper right to access BMCC’s Course Continuity Resources website.