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Scientific Method Foldable

January is when my grade level focuses on the scientific method. My class will do several class experiments together, practicing, but i...

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High School Psychology Project Ideas

High school students may take an introductory human psychology class, a broad study related to mental processes like behavior and mood. For students with an interest, doing a project for class or a science fair is a good opportunity to delve deeper into the subject and explore it in a practical way.

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What psychological research method works best? Students will be totally engaged… Psychology Courses, Psychology Research, Psychology Quotes, School Psychology, Research Skills, Research Methods, Social Studies Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Levels Of Understanding
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Intro to Psych: Evaluating Common Psychological Research Methods

What psychological research method works best? Students will be totally engaged in this lesson that urges them to think about the pros and cons of each type of research method. By analyzing various sources and active participation, students will come to understand research methods common in Psychology like naturalistic observations, laboratory method, survey method, and case studies.

Neat lesson on applying the ideas of Identity v. Role Confusion and Erikson's fifth stage of psychosocial development. Forensic Psychology, School Psychology, Psychology 101, Psychology Courses, High School Counseling, School Counselor, Stages Of Psychosocial Development, Human Development, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Intro to Psych: Evaluating Common Psychological Research Methods

Do your students know who they truly are? Teens often have difficulty establishing a sense of personal identity, considering all the different forces impacting their lives including parents, teachers, peers, media, and more. Applying the ideas of Identity v. Role Confusion, Erikson's fifth stage of psychosocial development, students will explore high school popularity, cliques, and themselves with this engaging lesson.

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Intro to Psych: Nature v. Nurture Online Avatar Project

What are the competing arguments in the Nature v. Nurture debate? Nature or Nurture has always been a fundamental question in the study of psychology and continues to be heavily researched by experimenters and scholars today. By way of an online scavenger hunt and online video creator, students will demonstrate their profound knowledge of this essential debate in psychology.

Should psychological testing be done on humans or animals? Should humans be exposed to the traumatic effects of experimentation? Or should animals have to endure the suffering and altered living conditions that result from testing in psychology labs? Colleges For Psychology, Psychology Courses, Forensic Psychology, Psychology Major, School Psychology, Psychology Websites, Social Studies Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Classroom Resources

Intro to Psych: Research Ethics & Animal Experimentation Common Core Lesson

Should psychological testing be done on humans or animals? Should humans be exposed to the traumatic effects of experimentation? Or should animals have to endure the suffering and altered living conditions that result from testing in psychology labs? Students will be compelled to answer these controversial questions and more after weighing both sides of the argument and analyzing a variety of sources on the subject.

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Intro to Psych: Harmful Effects of Sleep Deprivation

Just how harmful are the effects of sleep deprivation? Psychologists and scientists have made some recent discoveries that point to the absolute necessity of quality sleep. And with their expertise and this lesson you may actually convince your sleep-deprived students to start taking sleep seriously! At the very least, your students will come to realize that sleep deprivation can negatively impact their brain power, physical well-being, and psychological state.

Quality article that explains Erikson's fifth stage of psychosocial development, Identity v. This definitely helps explain many high schoolers' problems with creating a true personal identity.

How Testing Out Different Identities Is a Part of Teenage Development

Learn about Identity versus role confusion, the fifth stage of Erik Erikson's theory of psychosocial development.

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A Lesson Plan for Teachers - Social Studies Advice & Resources by Michele Luck

A Lesson Plan for Teachers provides sound advice and tips for creating an interactive classroom and a positive learning environment for all students.

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