Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Presentation Links Docs

Hi all,

Today in class I shared with you some documents for adding links to any presentation materials you need to access during your Final Presentation. Although you should be able to find the document in your email inbox (or via a search of shared docs), I thought I'd post them here, too.

[Note: You only have permission to edit the document from your class hour, so be sure to be signed in if you are trying to edit.]

1st Hour

2nd Hour

3rd Hour

6th Hour

7th Hour

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

CES-D Scale

Today in class we'll be exploring more research in Positive Psychology, including an article that references use of the Center for Epidemiological Studies-Depression Scale (CES-D) symptom survey. You may choose to complete the scale if you wish to learn more about how symptoms were measured in the study under consideration.

Monday, May 23, 2016

End of Course Survey: Study Strategies and Class Activities

Good morning, AP Psych students!

This morning I'm hoping you could provide me with some feedback on another end-of-course survey. This one will ask you questions about resources, activities and study strategies. Your responses will be kept anonymous and will be used to guide future planning.

Friday, May 20, 2016

Link to Assignment Dropbox

With Part I of your Final Project due on Monday, some of you may soon be ready to submit your work.

Please use this form to submit the link to your paper

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Example: Formatting Papers in APA Style

Since most of you should be to the point of composing your papers by now, I thought I'd share this example of a paper in APA style.

NOTE: Although this example is good for illustrating margins, spacing, capitalization, headings, etc., it is a manuscript for a research article. You are not writing a research article, so your sections/organization will look different.

You might find it helpful to begin composing your paper using this APA Template. However, keep in mind several of the sections will not apply to you (just like in the example paper above).

Essentially, you're writing a literature review (only), so you would want to include the following elements:

  • Title page
  • Body of paper. Including:
    • Intro
    • History of the research on the topic
    • Current directions in research
    • A conclusion (that sets up Part II).
  • References List

Monday, May 16, 2016

Instructor Evaluation Link

Greetings, AP Psych students!

I'm hoping you can take a few minutes today to give me some feedback about my instruction in AP Psych this year. Your comments and responses will remain anonymous, and I do take your feedback seriously as I plan my approaches for the following year.

Here's the link to the 2016 Instructor Evaluation Form. Note: You will only be able to access the link if you are logged in with your chipfalls.org Google account.


Friday, May 13, 2016

Links for Your Final Project

Given that today is a work day on your research project, you may find the following links helpful:

Good luck!

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Creating Your College Board Account

Today in class you'll be prompted to create a College Board account so you can access your score reports in July. Here is the link you will need. :)