This resource includes a zip-file of three files: a one-page handout for students to review. This is a doc file that can be edited to fit your needs (you will need to add your email address at the bottom). The directions for the project are simple - students will be split into groups (you can have them pick or sound off in class to establish the groups) and each group will have a psychologist to research. The psychologists included are Skinner, Watson, Pavlov, Erikson, Jung, Piaget, and Maslow, but again, you can edit as needed.
The second file is a one-page doc that you can use to grade their presentations. You'll want to share this with students ahead of time, so that they know what the grading criteria is for this project. The rubric is simple and straightforward, and intentionally vague, so that you can leave whatever comments are appropriate for your learners.
The third file is a student example of a slideshow - this one is on Freud. I will typically take about 15 minutes of class to get them in groups, explain the project, review the rubric, and then present the student example. After students have an understanding of what they're supposed to do, I will give them the remainder of class and maybe some of the next class period (depending on their abilities). This is a generalized project for psychology class that is an easy go-to for a collaborative project.