This resource contains various psychology activities to engage students. Activity number 3 is a classical conditioning activity.
This resource defines sociological imagination and the beliefs and assumptions of functionalism, conflict theory, symbolic interactionism, and exchange theory.
This site provides information about colonial America, the immigration of different groups, commerce and industry, politics, and the influence of the church. Students will learn about the factors that categorized all of the American colonies, as well as the differences between the northern, middle and southern colonies. A video is included as well as a quiz.
This resource discusses how and why social inequality in the larger society manifests itself in higher education, describes the extent of school violence and the controversy over zero-tolerance policies, and describes how schooling in the United States helps perpetuate social inequality.
This article from 1914 covers the Paris Opera House perfromance of dancers from the Imperial Theatres of Moscow and St. Petersburg. It contains quotes from Serge Diaghileff.
The Nietz Old Textbook Collection is a collection of 19th Century schoolbooks in the Untied States. The collection is used by faculty and students.
This article contains a collection of beautiful sketchbook pages to help students studying a range of high school Art qualifications, including GCSE, A Level and IB Visual Art. The collection includes sketchbooks completed by students as well as artist sketchbooks. Pages have been selected to demonstrate different sketchbook presentation techniques as well as to indicate the variety of layout styles possible. Descriptions underneath each image provide tips and guidance, outlining the successful aspects of each page.
This resource describes the history of ethics codes for scientific research with human participants and summarizes the American Psychological Association Ethics Code.
This resource summarizes the primary functions of the CNS and of the subsystems of the PNS and explain how the electrical components of the nervous system and the chemical components of the endocrine system together to influence behavior.
This resource contains bookmarks for 4th Grade ELA Common Core Standards. Each bookmark lists the Anchor Standard, the focus standard, essential skills and concepts, question stems and prompts, and academic vocabulary with Spanish cognates.
This North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Live Binder site provides lesson plans and activities to assist students in learning about and understanding the N.C. State Constitution and government.
At Ashbrook University , they teach students and teachers about America by using original historical documents. This is their core list of documents that we believe all students and teachers ought to study in order to understand what it means to be an American.
This resource provides five ways to reach and maintain a healthy weight including exercise, reducing screen time, watching out for portion distortion, eating five servings of veggies and fruits a day, and why not to skip breakfast.
These family letters provide an overview of the mathematics content and strategies in 5th Grade Cluster 5. This is remixable and can be modified based on your own school's and district's contexts.
In this article, students will learn 6 ways in which they can improve their Spanish speaking ability to sound like a native speaker.
This book is to be used with the lesson "The ABCs of Citizenship." In this lesson, students will read and analyze the Alphabet Book for Young Citizens to reinforce their understandings of the distinctions between a right, a responsibility, and a privilege. They will then use the pages in their books to create a Citizen's Bulletin Board, an exhibit on citizenship, and civic improvisations that provide students with opportunities to deepen and apply their understandings. Students will begin exercising their rights and responsibilities with a better understanding of how such actions help secure their liberties and freedom.
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This resource describes the ACIP Decison Making Method. This a simple science-based way to make a good decision. The four essential steps in decision making are explored. ACIP = Alternatives Consequences Information Plans
This is a supplemental article that discusses what stressful feelings are. The following topics are discussed: ?Positive vs. Negative Emotions ?Step 1: Identify the Emotion ?Step 2: Take Action ?Step 3: Get Help With Difficult Emotions
This article describes the humble beginnings of our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. Photographs are included. His path to the presidency was marked by determination and perseverance. Lincoln did not let the problems in his life stop him from exemplifying good citizenship and helping others. Clicking through the links provides varied information about his life.