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Neurochemical explanations of addiction (AQA New Spec A Level)

Neurochemical explanations of addiction (AQA New Spec A Level)

Lesson covering the outline of the neurochemical explanation of addiction (desensitisation hypothesis and nicotine regulation model). Includes flipped learning activity (to be given the lesson before), group activity, class activity, information slide for notes, application to scenarios and whiteboard knowledge reviews with answers.

By lornaslasor

A Level psychology revision The Brain - labelled

A Level psychology revision The Brain - labelled

This question really threw me when I saw it on the specification. Decided to turn the answer into a revision poster that is easy to learn and would look great on a bedroom wall so that you look at it regularly! Good luck and make sure you check out my other resources for A level and AS psychology :)

By astarlevels

AQA GCE Sociology Taster Sessions and Information

AQA GCE Sociology Taster Sessions and Information

This bundle includes two separate 1 hour taster sessions, aimed at Year 11s, This includes PowerPoint for both lessons and activity sheets. Furthermore a detailed information leaflet for Year 11 for the course, including course information, career progression, further reading etc.

By nickjmc

My Feelings - Word Wall Words, Emoji Game Cube, Feelings Activities

My Feelings - Word Wall Words, Emoji Game Cube, Feelings Activities

Having students understand how they are feeling and being able to express that emotion is so important! This purchase is for 38 pages of fun activities: 1. This focuses on 12 DIFFERENT feelings words. 2. Create a Feelings Word Wall in your Counseling Office/ Classroom with the Word Wall. 3. Use the Emoji Dice for Role Play activities or use the worksheet provided for small groups or individual work. 4. The Feelings Check In System for you to quickly assess students emotions when they enter your office. 5. Create a My Feelings packet for a group work activity. Everything you need when working with students who need help identifying their EMOTIONS! Any questions or comments you can always email me at: schoolcounselingconfessions@gmail.com Check out my website School Counseling Confessions for great information and more FREEBIES! Follow me on INSTAGRAM @schoolcounselingconfessions Follow me on PINTEREST @scconfessions Thank you, Vanessa School Counseling Confessions

By schoolcounselingconfessions

All About Me - Back to School Activity - Fun for grades 3-6

All About Me - Back to School Activity - Fun for grades 3-6

This is the perfect activity for students in grades 3-6 to introduce themselves to you. Great to use at the beginning of the school year or when taking students for new groups throughout the school year. Different topics and questions to answer on EACH page: **My Favorite Things **Places I would like to go **My Personality **I want my teacher to know... Students cut, staple and color each page - fun and interactive activity! Thank you, Vanessa - School Counseling Confessions

By schoolcounselingconfessions

New Spec (2017) AQA, GCSE Psychology (Paper 1) Research Methods

New Spec (2017) AQA, GCSE Psychology (Paper 1) Research Methods

New Spec (2017) AQA, GCSE Psychology (Paper 1) Research Methods. Dyslexia Friendly Presentation (Presentation of information, Font and Colour) This three-part bundle contains a PPT (50 slides) GCSE Research Methods, an Independent Learning Workbook (78 pp) & Mathematics for GCSE Psychology, an Independent Learning Workbook (37 pp) AQA GCSE Research Methods PPT covers: Hypotheses – Variables – Sampling – Design - Correlation – Research Procedures – Planning/Conducting Research - Ethics NB. Data Handling is mainly covered in the Independent Learning workbook Quantitative & Qualitative Data – Primary & Secondary Data – Computation – Descriptive Statistics – Interpretation & Display of Quantitative Data – Normal Distributions Maths for AQA GCSE psychology Independent Learning workbook This workbook based on The OFQUAL requirements and progressively covers areas including: o Basic mathematical skills o Decimal / Standard form data o Fractions / Percentages / Ratios o Order of magnitude o Range o Algebra NB. Contains lots of exercises and self-check answers Research Methods AQA GCSE psychology Independent Learning Workbook Covers: • Quantitative and Qualitative Methods • Quantitative Experiments • Hypotheses • Variables • Null Hypotheses • Sampling • Experimental Design • Extraneous Variables • Experimental Methods • Ethics • Correlations • Quantitative Data Analysis: Central Tendency & Range • Distributions & Skewness • Presentation of Data: Tables and Graphs • Qualitative (Non-experimental) Research NB. Also contains class practical’s, examination style questions and an MCQ Paper (+answers) This bundle offers complete coverage of the whole AQA GCSE Research Methods module, just ‘pick up a module’ and go… suitable for both new and experienced teachers Copying for resale or sharing with other establishments is prohibited: amac education, 2017© The experienced authors: Andy McCarthy & Evie Bentley are both Chartered Psychologists, experienced teachers and educational publishers.

By amac54

SHIC level 7 (advanced) - Cognitive Quirks

SHIC level 7 (advanced) - Cognitive Quirks

Human minds tend to err in predictable ways, but luckily we can learn to be aware of these quirks, and try to overcome them.This level will challenge us to take a closer look at our minds and what makes them tick. We’ll examine how and where we get things wrong, as well as why that matters if we want to make the world a better place.

By SHIC

Tackling anxiety and depression - building resilience

Tackling anxiety and depression - building resilience

Young people are faced with so many issues today. It is a national issue, young people crumbling under the pressure. Anxiety/depression are continuing to overwhelm our students. I've put together this resource to help understand what it is, to help talk about the issues and using a 6 domain of resilience to get students thinking about how they can overcome these (and other mental health) issues.

By paulfaci