Secondary cognitive psychology resources

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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

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

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Fun Personality Test/Quiz for KS2/KS3/ESL/EAL Learners!

Fun Personality Test/Quiz for KS2/KS3/ESL/EAL Learners!

This is a fun personality test that learners can use as a fun way for the teacher to get to know learners better, and learners to learn about themselves. The learners write answers to each question on their worksheet and the teacher can go through the slides 1 by 1 to reveal the true meaning of each of the answers. This has been a huge hit with younger and older learners and take approximately 30/40 minutes to complete if done properly.

By teachsureenglish

AQA GCSE Psychology Memory (New specification 2017)

AQA GCSE Psychology Memory (New specification 2017)

15 lessons covering the new GCSE AQA Psychology specification Memory topic. Designed for use by a non-specialist so includes model answers alongside exam practice. A variety of activities including information hunts, gap fills, replicating studies and information sorts. Starter and plenary included in each lesson. SOW also included. (Worksheets used alongside these lessons are uploaded as a separate resource - Free to download)

By charlotte_pagett

AQA '15 Approaches FULL TOPIC Y1/2

AQA '15 Approaches FULL TOPIC Y1/2

Includes 13 lessons of all approaches including: Intro to course Origins. Behavioural x3 Cognitive Biological Humanism x3 Psychodynamic x3 Detailed additional notes and links in the notes section of each slide.

By Findlotte

Topic 2 Memory GCSE Edexcel Psychology 1 - 9 presentations

Topic 2 Memory GCSE Edexcel Psychology 1 - 9 presentations

Power point presentations that I have created to use for topic 2 'the memory' for the new specification of GCSE Edexcel Psychology. These can be used alongside the SOW planner that I have created and also available. References are made to the research methods work booklet, also available on TES. All are editable for you to adapt and use as you wish. Links to videos on the internet are made, including common internet images. references are made to the Pearsons textbook for the course. Areas include: Introduction and development into short term and long term memory, schema, Bartlett (1932), Atkinson and Shriffen, Loftus and Palmer, Peterson and Peterson, reductionism and holism and research methods. I have had to omit some pages as they were images from the textbook of key words

By allthingsshiny