I’ve used this proposal in a few different ways: as an assignment to assess students’ knowledge on research methods and as a month-long research project where students will actually carry out the research they proposed. Both worked great!
This worksheet gives students five scenarios psychological researchers may encounter. They are to identify the potential ethics violation and describe how the researcher could fix the experiment in order to not violate any ethics.
Students love creating these mini booklets and filling them out with information on a famous psychologist. I have used it as a take-home project, but can easily be completed in a class period. Categories included in these books include famous
These eleven readings explain different careers in psychology including therapy, marriage counselling, educational psychology, sports psychology, media psychology, and more.. Each reading is followed by the same three questions and can be used as
I use this project as an assessment on students’ understanding of an approach. They are assigned an approach and must complete a presentation after thoroughly researching the approach. Information included in the presentations include the
Students absolutely loved this 30 day challenge. Each student suggested 1 or 2 positive activities to challenge the entire class. I put them into a calendar and distributed it to students electronically. The students who completed the challenge
This calming presentation introduces students to four different kinds of meditation. There are links to videos, spoken tracks, and songs to guide students through each meditation. **Spoken tracks (meditations #2 and #3) can be found on iTunes**
This weekly survey asks students to reflect on their emotions, stressors, and goals. I printed off this resource every week; students kept a personal file to reflect on week to week progress. In the future, I plan on distributing it to students
This resource gives students four options to practice positive psychology. I use these “mini-projects” throughout the entire school year. Students enjoy the personal reflection included in these activities and have great things to say about them
I often find students spend way too much time copying EVERY SINGLE WORD from a presentation, article, or video either in-class or at home. I prepared this how-to guide as a refresher for students on how to take quick yet effective notes.
Students use this research guide to write down important information necessary for citing and to take notes. It keeps them organized and on-track to complete high-level research projects. I developed this to guide students on the museum project,
Students LOVE this project-based assessment where they are to create a museum exhibit for the “new museum in town.” These instructions were for the “minorities in history” unit, but can be tailored for whichever unit you are focusing on. Dates,
This resource combines four previous research activities: Google Search Scavenger Hunt; Evaluating Websites; Citing Websites; Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting Activities. This pack also includes informative readings for each activity and an
I find that students often need a refresher on research skills upon returning to school after summer vacation. This independent activity has students summarize, paraphrase, or quote various passages. Students practice this in order to accurately
I find that students often need a refresher on research skills upon returning to school after summer vacation. This independent activity has students find five reliable websites and fill in the chart with basic information from the website. IT
I find that students often need a refresher on research skills upon returning to school after summer vacation. This activity has students follow links to various websites. Students then evaluate the websites based on content and reliability.
The first activity in a bundle of refresher on research skills. I find that students often need a refresher on research skills upon returning to school after summer vacation. This is a very basic yet engaging and fun scavenger hunt students can
A 6 week unit plan that incorporates the hit musical “Hamilton” into the history classroom. While much of it is focused on the people and events that led to the formation of the early United States, the unit also focuses on the historiography of