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Hi recently retired from full time teaching. I spent the last 9 years in sixth form teaching (psychology and sociology) with a little PHSCE and KS3 science on the side. before that I worked as a behaviour support consultant for 8 years in all key stages and nursery. I have led inset on all aspects of behaviour management. I have also worked in PRU and EBD settings and have and still do individual mentoring. As someone with mild Asperger's I am particularly interested in all aspects of ASD.

Hi recently retired from full time teaching. I spent the last 9 years in sixth form teaching (psychology and sociology) with a little PHSCE and KS3 science on the side. before that I worked as a behaviour support consultant for 8 years in all key stages and nursery. I have led inset on all aspects of behaviour management. I have also worked in PRU and EBD settings and have and still do individual mentoring. As someone with mild Asperger's I am particularly interested in all aspects of ASD.
Introduction and overview of qualitative methods for Sociology
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Introduction and overview of qualitative methods for Sociology

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This is a lesson with activities to introduce qualitative methods. These is a lot of content in this so you may want to split into two. The basic content could also be adapted for psychology too. Students need to understand PERVERT for an exercise included here but it is fully explained in a slide you can use or print out as a "mat" for lessons
Validity for psychologists
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Validity for psychologists

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Using images and questions introduces the different types of validity which psychology strucent have to understand. 20 slides and nearly as many questions for debate
Can you win the healthy lottery ? a game to explore inequalities in health
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Can you win the healthy lottery ? a game to explore inequalities in health

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Print out the slides on cards, prepare enough packs for one between 4 students. You will need one die for each group The cards are a little like the chance cards in Monopoly. Each has a chance of adding years to life or taking years away. The game should take about 15 minutes to play, 10 minutes afterwards in discussion and completing life chances table. This can be followed by teacher input. The subject matter can be used for health unit or wealth poverty and welfare It focuses on the main sociological explanations for inequalities in health and turns them into a game of chance
Introduction to Autism 2 hr inset vanilla
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Introduction to Autism 2 hr inset vanilla

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This is a presentation aimed at primary main-school teachers and TA's without specialist knowledge of autism and Asperger's. It provides a brief overview, an introduction to school issues. NO substitute for specialist support
Blooms Hierarchy Questions for Sociology
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Blooms Hierarchy Questions for Sociology

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I used to teach in a school where some very weak students ended up doing sociology. I developed this resource to explicitly teach then the differences in the answers expected at A level to achieve good marks/grades. This resource could also be used in training/mentoring teachers in the use of blooms questioning, which I found very useful. I used to write out questions and target them according to the student. This can be a useful discipline when teaching classes with widely differing abilities until you get used to them.
ABCD - Achieving Behaviour Change Decision Log Sheet
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ABCD - Achieving Behaviour Change Decision Log Sheet

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This is a modified version of the ABC model which is used in a wide range of school and clinical settings to modify undesirable behaviour. It is used by staff to help them reflect on the environmental triggers for behaviour for individuals and whole groups or in targeted behaviour interventions for whole people What is different about this: The language encourages reflection on self and behaviours rather than blaming someone else. The emphasis on the language is “you” and your behaviour and the choices made. This is very important because bad stuff happens to everyone and those people who mindfully respond to situations generally get a better outcome for themselves and others. Those who externalise their problems “so and so upset me” rarely change their behaviour because they have a ready-made excuse. The drip drip drip of focus on “your choice” “your behaviour” is the only means I know of helping them realise they may not have control over what happens to them but they can control how they respond. The other main difference is that there isn’t just ABC – antecedents, behaviour, consequences but also D. Decision. When things have gone wrong in a situation it is tempting for everyone to do an autopsy. This isn’t helpful. The events are already “gone” and one the slab (to continue the metaphor). D is the “what next” “do something different” it could be setting a personal target. Or if things have gone well, encourage reflection on what well and making it “even better”. If this is about trying something different then try to change one behaviour at a time. So this takes the analysis from the past into trying to make future actions better or even better next time.
Adoption studies for psychology Edexcel
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Adoption studies for psychology Edexcel

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This is an end of unit lesson on adoption studies to go with the biological approach specifically: The environment of adoptive children is not the same as that of their biological families They have genes in common. Can be used to assess the extent to which behaviours such as aggression are the result of nature (genes) or nurture (environmental influences). This is done by comparing the children to their biological parent and their adoptive parent. If the children are more similar to their biological parents this supports nature. If they are more similar to their adoptive parents this supports nurture
Is psychology a Science ?
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Is psychology a Science ?

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This presentation explores the characteristics of a science and explores the debate about whether psychology is a science It contains graphics images, opportunity for debate and tries to present arguments the student may use
Anger managment part of a group of lessons for intervention work
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Anger managment part of a group of lessons for intervention work

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This is designed as part of an intervention programme on anger management which I designed whilst working in a withdrawal unit in a secondary school. It involves activities and bodily awareness of anger. You will need a roll of wallpaper and coloured pens for this lesson to draw around a body and mark anger on it.