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Attachment: Timely topical revision

A revision stimulus for AS Attachments (Unit 1)

A couple of days ago (at time of writing) @TimesEducation tweeted a post that would make a great stimulus for some broad revision of the AS (AQA spec A) topic of Attachment. 360 more words

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An iPad app for A Level Psychology

ATP Today reviews apps for Psychology learning and teaching

This post was inspired by an article in ATP Today (the Association of Teacher’s of Psychology… 468 more words

A Level

Misconceptions and effective learning

Misconceptions and learning

Regular readers of this blog will already know that I think that infinite amounts of learning can come out of explicitly addressing the misconceptions held by learners about the mind and our behaviour in the classroom and that this can often be a perfect starting point for teaching new concepts in A Level Psychology. 466 more words

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A few preparation-light revision activity ideas

Just in time for (the final) January modules

Preparing and teaching revision lessons can be particularly labour intensive for teachers. Hours spent making a game or quiz can feel wasted when it transpires that your students haven’t quite got round to doing their “proper” revision yet and simply want you to re-teach the entire topic, being scarily over-reliant on notes even days before an exam. 950 more words

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Mirror neurons. The debate continues.. but not in static textbooks.

AQA A, A2 Psychology: Cognition and Development

Mirror Neurons are hailed by some as the breakthrough in discovering what stands us apart from other animals and makes us human. 382 more words

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