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I provide powerpoint presentations and workbooks for Psychology teachers, covering the AQA A level syllabus. There are resources for Access to HE teaching as well. Several resources are free, so you can check out if they fit your teaching needs. Let me know if you are looking for something in particular.

I provide powerpoint presentations and workbooks for Psychology teachers, covering the AQA A level syllabus. There are resources for Access to HE teaching as well. Several resources are free, so you can check out if they fit your teaching needs. Let me know if you are looking for something in particular.
Inferential Statistics for Psychology
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Inferential Statistics for Psychology

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This is a slide deck AND handbook for the inferential statistic topic in A level Psychology. It has been designed to help delivery for the AQA specification. So covers the following tests: Sign, Chi Sq, Wilcoxen, Mann Whitney, T Tests, Spearman and Pearson’s. I have included some stuff of the rationale of stats tests. The materials have fun examples and activities to work on in class. They contain several past exam questions in the booklets that the teacher can mark and give feedback. There are also worked examples that can take your students through each stats test and the critical value tables to work from (although remember they do not have to work them out by hand in the exam). I can provide slides that take students through the working of each stats tests on request. Happy to hear your comments and suggestions.
Cognitive Neuroscience
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Cognitive Neuroscience

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Slides and a complimentary handbook for the Cognitive Neuroscience section in Paper 2 of the AQA A level Psychology specification that includes the emergence and background of cognitive neuropsychology. There is a handbook that relates to this information that includes activities and exam style questions. This can be used in class, or as flipped learning for students to complete remotely. In class this should cover 3-5 hours teaching time. This is designed for the AQA A level syllabus, but can be adapted for other specifications. If you have any feedback or advice I would be happy to hear from you
Biological Treatments & Causes of OCD: Psychopathology
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Biological Treatments & Causes of OCD: Psychopathology

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Slides & student workbook looking at the causes and treating OCDs. There are fun quizzes and activities for students to engage with, including past questions to complete to assess learning. Includes, genetic and Neural explanations. The role of SSRIs and even the controversial use of surgery (Eg Deep brain stimulation as an evaluation). Happy to hear your opinion, advice and suggestions.
Humanistic Psychology
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Humanistic Psychology

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Slides and a complimentary handbook for the Humanistic Approach in Paper 2 of the AQA A level Psychology specification that includes the assumptions and background of Maslow and Rogers theory. There is a handbook that relates to this information that includes activities and exam style questions. This can be used in class, or as flipped learning for students to complete remotely. In class this should cover 3-5 hours teaching time. This is designed for the AQA A level syllabus, but can be adapted for other specifications. If you have any feedback or advice I would be happy to hear from you
A Level Psychology Revision Booklet 2019
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A Level Psychology Revision Booklet 2019

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Over 100 pages of revision exercises in one booklet aimed at A level Psychology students working towards the AQA Psychology specification. It contains a variety of activities to be completed day by day over a two to three week period. There is a set activity to complete each day with focus on exam style questions. The elected topics for paper 3 are: Relationships, Eating Behaviour and Addiction. You can of course substitute these questions with your own elected topic areas.
Introduction to A Level Psychology (AQA)
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Introduction to A Level Psychology (AQA)

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These are materials relating to the first lesson in A level Psychology. There are icebreaker activities, course outline (AQA) and information about students expectations (you need to check the answers to the psychopath/psychologist quiz!). There is a free PDF version of these materials, so try before you buy! Feedback is always welcome.
Introduction to A Level Psychology (AQA)
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Introduction to A Level Psychology (AQA)

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These are the materials I use in the first lesson to A level Psychology. There is a PowerPoint slide with some games and information about the course and a work book that the students can take away. The editable slides and workbooks are available for a small fee. These are PDF files.
A Level Psychology Christmas Quiz
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A Level Psychology Christmas Quiz

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A powerpoint quiz with a Christmas theme. Several rounds with different types of questions. Fun for all - can work in teams or alone. Takes approx 90 mins, but you could take out some questions to shorten it and of course change questions to suit your teaching. (Answers included in the powerpoint and come up after the second round) There are two quizes - on for year 13 topics and one focussing on year 12s
Phobias, depression & OCD: Psychopathology
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Phobias, depression & OCD: Psychopathology

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This is a slide deck & handbook designed for the AQA A level Psychology specification. It includes activities, past exam questions and homework for A level students to complete. Could double as a flipped learning tool in case you need students to work from home. It covers the definitions and characteristics on the three disorders needed to be covered on the AQA A level Psychology specification. Happy to hear your views and suggestions. Let me know if there are any questions you have
Approaches to Psychology: History & Introspection
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Approaches to Psychology: History & Introspection

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Slides for the introduction to Approaches section that include Wundt’s Introspection. There is a handbook that relates to this information that includes activities and exam style questions. YOu can find this with the Psychodynamic approach materials. This is designed for the AQA A level syllabus, but can be adapted for other specifications. If you have any feedback or advice I would be happy to hear from you.
On line Psychology Taster Session
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On line Psychology Taster Session

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Here is a set of slides I used to conduct a taster session (AQA - but can be adapted) I structured the session around memory (3 experiments). Students do not have to interact, but you will have to explain the theory. The experiments run through automatically - I do advise that you run the slides before presenting on line. (I have added a link at the end to youtube where I speak over the slides and you can run the slides as a recording - but be aware this is for applicant to my college - I will update this if requested)
Definitions of Abnormality: Psychopathology
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Definitions of Abnormality: Psychopathology

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This is a slide deck & handbook designed for about 5 hours teaching on the AQA A level Psychology specification. It includes activities, past exam questions, fun quizes and homework for A level students to complete. Could double as a flipped learning tool in case you need students to work from home. Definitions covered are Statistical Frequency, Social Norms, Mental Health and Failure to Function. Happy to hear your views and suggestions. Let me know if there are any questions you have.
Biological Approach
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Biological Approach

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Slides and a complimentary handbook for the Biological Approach in Paper 2 of the AQA A level Psychology specification that includes the assumptions of physiology, genetics and evolutionary theory and background of science and twin studies. There is a handbook that relates to this information that includes activities and exam style questions. This can be used in class, or as flipped learning for students to complete remotely. In class this should cover 5 - 8 hours teaching time. This is designed for the AQA A level syllabus, but can be adapted for other specifications. If you have any feedback or advice I would be happy to hear from you.
Research Methods - Variables & Hypotheses
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Research Methods - Variables & Hypotheses

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Here are several slides and handbook that relate to Research Methods. This set looks specifically at tyoes of variables and how to write hypotheses. The materials have fun examples and activities to work on in class. They also contain exam questions in the booklets that the teacher can mark and give feedback on. There are other slides and workbooks that cover the other areas of Research Methods. Message me if you have any questions.
Biopsychology - Neurology & Brain Localisation  for A Level Psychology
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Biopsychology - Neurology & Brain Localisation for A Level Psychology

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Slides and workbooks for A level students following the AQA A level syllabus. They contain past exam questions, activities and advice. There are Kahoot links and youtube clips. These are PDF files for you to review, but for a small fee you can purchase the same content in files that you can edit. Advice and comments welcome.
Descriptive Statistics in A Level Psychology
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Descriptive Statistics in A Level Psychology

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Slides and Handbook for the Descriptive Stats in Research Methods for A level Psychology. The materials have fun examples and activities to work on in class. They also contain exam questions in the booklets that the teacher can mark and give feedback on. There are also worked examples that can take your students through working out central tendency, Standard Deviation and levels of data. There are other slides and workbooks that cover the other areas of Research Methods. Message me if you have any questions and/or suggestions.
Research Methods - Peer Review, Referencing and Ethics
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Research Methods - Peer Review, Referencing and Ethics

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Here are several slides and handbook that relate to Research Methods. This set looks specifically at peer review, referencing and there is a section on ethics which includes sampling techniques). The materials have fun examples and activities to work on in class. They also contain exam questions in the booklets that the teacher can mark and give feedback on. There are other slides and workbooks that cover the other areas of Research Methods. Message me if you have any questions.
Biopsychology - The Endocrine System & Bio Rhythms  for A Level Psychology
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Biopsychology - The Endocrine System & Bio Rhythms for A Level Psychology

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Slides and workbooks for A level students following the AQA A level syllabus. They contain past exam questions, activities and advice. There are Kahoot links and youtube clips. These are PowerPoint and Word document files that you can edit. There are free versions of these as PDF files in case you would like to ‘try before you buy’ but they will not allow for all the features to run. Advice and comments welcome
Psychology over the summer (Year 12 - 13)
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Psychology over the summer (Year 12 - 13)

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This is a work book and slides for students who are halfway through their A level Psychology course. It is not too content or work heavy for them, as it is merely a tool used to keep their interest over the long break. You may want to set them more specific work. I have added the Introduction to A2 work book as well. Please feel free to ask any questions or comment.