Course Update 2/10/2016

Mrs. Allen's Psychology A

Love is in the air!!

Hello Students, Parents, Guardians, and Facilitators,

Well it's that time of year and love is in the air. And in Psychology A, I can tell that you guys are feeling the love for Psychology!!! The students are working hard on the content and I can tell that they are putting there heart and souls into the work that is getting turned in. I am seeing some really informative and creative profession projects coming in for my 14 week and 16 week students and mind blowing (if you know what I mean) Protect Your Brain projects coming in from 18 week and 16 week students. In addition to that, the students are doing a fabulous job getting their assignments turned in by the due dates and most on the suggested date on the course schedule. Keep up the great work and I know that you will continue to have success in this course!!

Try To Keep Up With Your Daily Assignments!

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Do you have a winter break? Better check out this important information!!

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18 Week Students - Due on Thursday 2/11/2016

  • Make Up Your Mind Assignment
  • Neural Messages Assignment (Toilet Bowl Assignment)
  • PsychSim - Hemispheric
  • Protect Your Brain Assessment

16 Week Students - Due on Thursday 2/11/2016

  • PsychSim - Correlation
  • Profession Project
  • Research Methods Discussion
  • Foundations Test
  • Make Up Your Mind Assignment
  • Neural Messages Assignment (Toilet Bowl Assignment)
  • PsychSim - Hemispheric
  • Protect Your Brain Assessment

14 Week Students - Due on Thursday 2/11/2016

  • Pre-Test
  • Intro Discussion
  • Researching Experiment and Design Assignment
  • PsychSim - Statistics
  • PsychSim - Correlation
  • Professions Project
  • Research Methods Discussion
  • Foundations Test
  • Make-Up Your Mind Assignment
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Important Info - How to View Test (Quiz) Results and Comments

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Discussion Hints

  • Try to answer the questions as completely as possible. I am suggesting a paragraph or more of a well thought out answer.
  • Feel free to research and give us examples of what you found in your research. Just remember to cite your sources.
  • Make your responses to other students' posts meaningful. Include comments, thoughts, fact supported opinions, and even questions.
  • Be respectful of others!
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