Psychology is such a unique subject that makes for an incredibly unique course for students today. So unique that no certification in any of the "core" subjects (you know, math, english, social studies, and, yes, even integrated science) prepares teachers to teach.
But that's not necessarily bad, it just means we need a little more assistance and support when we go to teach this course. Not that we don't need that support in other, less unique courses (I'm thinking like an American History, which I taught for a couple years), but for unique courses like psychology (and human geography, for instance), the extra support makes a world of difference as we try to learn the content as we teach it.
As I wrote about in a previous post, my hope is to give you that support through quality, effective resources, and possibly even coaching.
But let's take it one unit at a time. And, let's start with the first unit... Scientific Foundations. I will provide you AP...