January 5, 2017
January 5, 2017

Design Your Own Research Study

January 5, 2017


For those of you latecomers, here’s the design a research study project we’re working on. The final copy and presentations will be due on the 8th — please ask your group members for clarification of the project before you ask me. Here are some sample studies for reference: Undifferentiated Negative Affect and Impulsivity in Borderline Personality […]

AP Psych Unit 1 Word Wall

January 4, 2017


Every unit I will give you guys the opportunity to earn two points on your upcoming test. By signing up for a vocabulary word and creating a fun way of understanding it and remembering it, you  can snag two points. I know that doesn’t sound like a lot, but we have 11 tests in here, […]


How To Get The Most Out Of Studying

January 3, 2017


We watched parts one and four during class, but I highly suggest both AP Psych and AP World History students watch all of these videos from Dr. Chew and take them to heart. They’re helpful hints for getting rid of the traditional rote memorization for tests that you have been trained to do – you have […]

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Late Middle Ages Notes

August 2, 2016


In addition to these notes, we also worked on a primary resource document analysis activity that you will need to see me about if you missed. Enjoy Chapter 10: Too Many Popes! Late Middle Ages Notes  

A Few Fun Middle Ages Art Things

August 1, 2016


The image on this post is the one that I was talking about in class today – Yoda made a special guest appearance in a manuscript. It was found by the curator of medieval manuscripts at the British Library, and has turned the blog into something of an internet phenomenon. From Vox, we have a […]