Psychology: Learning Unit Bundled, includes Learning PowerPoints with presenter notes, worksheets, warmups, activity, review crossword, short videos with questions, assessment and daily lesson plans.
This bundle has everything you need to teach
Psychology Memory Unit Bundled Powerpoint Lectures, Handouts, Quiz, Project, Video Links - Lesson Plans included. This Memory unit has 7-10 days worth of lessons. I have used this for both AP Psychology and regular classes. Each lesson begins with
Psychology: Entire Intelligence Unit - PowerPoint Lectures, Handouts, Quizzes, Video Links - Lesson Plans included. This Intelligence unit has 7-10 days worth of lessons. I have used this for both AP Psychology and regular classes. Each lesson
“The Bridge” is a great exercise for helping kids, teens, adults, couples or even groups with goal exploration. It provides a template for exploration (words or pictures) of past experiences and hopes for the future. It helps the participant
(Psychology)Altered States of Consciousness Unit Bundled includes Consciousness PowerPoints with Video Clips and presenter notes, worksheets/activities, warmups, projects, video and video guide, multiple projects, sleep journal, review crossword,
Metacognition Clip Art: Do you students have difficulty feeling as though they can learn new concepts? Do they express a defeatist attitude learning new tasks or in new learning situations? Try introducing them to metacognition so they can be in the
One of the most prominent conflicts within The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is the Individual Vs. Society. The following lesson explores Huck’s moral decisions (both good and bad) to help teach higher ethical values in the classroom. The lesson
Psychology: Consciousness - Sleep and Dreams Project
Sleep is an altered state of consciousness that we experience every day. This Sleep and Dreams project gives students an opportunity to research sleep and all of its aspects. Students then
This package contains a lesson over memory and forgetting for a psychology class. You will find:
-Memory and Forgetting Questionnaire
-Memory and Forgetting Activity with URL & QR Codes
-TED Talk Film Guide and Link to The Fiction of
This is a complete packet to fully invite students to not only learn about the historical perspectives and theories on dreaming, but to record their own dreams and synthesize that knowledge and application by writing a critical thinking response to
Use either of these two behavior data collection forms to track antecedents, behaviors, and consequences of behaviors that occur daily or multiple times a day. Antecedents and consequences, aligned with Applied Behavior Analysis principals are
This is a highly informative Powerpoint introduction/set of notes for a Psychology course unit/mini-unit on drugs and addiction; this would work well within a Consciousness unit -- also a PPT available in my store (including sleep/dreams).
I give this chart to every psychology student in regular, honors, and AP classes at the beginning of the semester. It would also work for college-level students.
I recommend students put this chart at the front of their notebooks at a reference
186 Brain Teasers. This is one of the greatest collections of brain teasers that are found in popular media today. They range from easy to extremely hard. You will notice that the layout of this document allows two-sided printing of brain teasers
Introductory PPT for an Abnormal Psych unit in any Psychology course. This is a brand-new MS PowerPoint presentation with newly updated, accurate Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders information and so much more.
The PPT is highly
This FREE Bingo game has enough BINGO cards for 10 players and over 50 yes/no questions about families/divorce that you can laminate and cut out. All you need to do is print and play! You can use coins, candy, post its, etc. to use as chips.
If you have questions about rubrics - what they are, how to make them, why use them--then this packet is for you.
This packet consists of 7 pages and contaiins information on creating elementary rubrics for any content area. The information is
This is a group project designed for an AP Psychology class, but it can be used in any class studying the difference between an experiment and a correlation. Each group is assigned one of ten scenarios. They will read the scenario and decide
Inkblots! This is an excellent package for a fun and fascinating activity for any students of psychology or health. It includes everything you need for an engaging and enlightening 2-to-3-class-period lesson structured around 4 of Hermann
This is a polished, newly updated 2013 PDF of a 5-page article originally published in the March 2006 edition of Psychology Today, followed by original, critical-thinking and text-based informational reading questions for students: you may use the
This is a newly revised, polished and graphic MS 2013 11-slide presentation for students to further understand how motivation works in psychological terms. Here, you'll present information in detail about human emotions -- cross-culturally, too, and
Effective grouping techniques are important at all grade levels. This professional development type learning packet provides information about forming and using effective groups during instruction.
This 12 page packet includes:
- a cover page
The listing includes 3 items: an article, worksheets, and answer key.
This is a great activity to give to students during the personality chapter in psychology--either an regular, honors, or AP levels. I had students read the article and answer
Abraham Harold Maslow was a psychologist who studied positive human qualities and the lives of exemplary people. He created a pyramid diagram that is now famously known as "Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs." I have created a cartoon version of the
This substitute assignment contains 25 questions to accompany the Time magazine article “The Optimism Bias” by Tali Sharot, available for free on this website:
The Optimism Bias by Tali Sharot
The article is not included in the file, but is
Teach your psychology students about the three major learning theories, classical, operant, and social learning, by having students scan the QR codes (or enter the urls), and give definitions and examples.
Then click on the film links to show
Critical thinking is a necessary skill that everyone should develop. This exercise is an introduction to a lesson, unit, or course in Critical Thinking. Use it to enhance a political science course, a psychology course, a social studies course or
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is a very interesting social psychology theory which explains human motivation. I have discussed how this theory might explain characters' actions in many of the novels and stories that I have read with my students. This
Introductory PowerPoint for a Personality unit in Psychology course. Highly detailed, graphic and accurate 49-slide 2013 presentation and introduction to the following seven theories on personality development: Freudian Psychoanalytic theory;
This is a fun PowerPoint designed to teach students how the human brain and endocrine systems operate. After displaying this presentation, students should be able to understand: What instruments are used to examine the human brain, what areas of
Through this lab we will explore whether or not peoples self reports match their hand's indication of their being right or left brained.
I would not call this lab deep Psychology but it is fun and can give the students a brief insight into whether
This is great lesson for Psychology (both high school and college) and for Art class. It explains the psychology behind the colors: black, white, brown, blue, green, yellow, orange, red, pink, and purple. Each color section includes a picture of a
A modern sleuth mystery set in 21st century London, this ninety-minute long BBC and Masterpiece Classic episode is based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes story, "The Hounds of Baskerville." Dynamic actors, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin
Charts for Developmental Psychology:
Erik Erikson's 8 stages of psychosocial development
Jean Piaget's 4 stages of cognitive development
Lawrence Kohlberg's 6 stages of moral development
Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs
A set of 5 ppts that deal with the major types of Optical Illusions. Explanations are provided for some of them. Great for a discussion on how easily your eyes can deceive you. So enjoy!
1. Are You Dizzy? - Illusions with all kinds of shapes.
This is a detailed, updated and graphic MS 2013 PowerPoint to be utilized in a unit on Learning in Psych I/II or AP Psych, focused on the distinctions between two powerful learning theories: classical and operant conditioning.
With this newly
Psychology Schools Approaches and theories Interactive activity, for Psychology Lab Portfolio.
Students will be able to:
Describe contemporary approaches to psychology.
Describe movements that reflect a positive approach to psychology.
An interactive PowerPoint highlighting the research done by Dr. Amy Cuddy on body language.
Great for a psychology class or a career class.
Students always want to know: "Why are we learning this?"
So, I often base lessons around real world issues.
Developmental Psychology PowerPoint is a great resource to add to your psychology curriculum. This 32 slide PowerPoint is packed with beautiful graphics, engaging video clips and presenter notes that aid your understanding of each slide. I have
This is a 1 page worksheet consisting of 10 questions about Brain Games Season 4 Episode 2-Addiction.
The questions are in order as the video plays. Students must pay attention to answer them correctly.
THE ANSWER KEY IS INCLUDED! The answer key
A detailed outline of the Brain and Biology and Genetics units for AP Psychology. It includes descriptions and functions of the types of brain testing and scanning, lobes of the brain, brain parts, nerve parts, types of nerve cells, nerve firing,
A step by step guide to writing a research paper is a check list designed to remove the fear from writing the scary research paper. If students take it one step at a time, then they can easily conquer their fears and write a research paper.
This is a 2013 MS PowerPoint slide presentation, which could easily be reproducible as handouts, on the fight or flight response. You may use thisin a Psych I or II unit on the physiological response of fight vs. flight, and include the final slide
This set of worksheets introduces students to the sensation associated with visual perception. The practical activities challenge students to investigate the notions of illusion and perception along with the psychological factors associated with