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1 rubric Active Learning Demonstration Rubric       popup preview  

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
Mary_Kelly
2 rubric Learning and Memory Paper       popup preview  
You will choose a topic related to the application of learning and memory principles to real world environments, and summarize the recent research in this area.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
kmtrujilo
3 rubric Class Participation Grade--Learning & Memory       popup preview  
(12 POINTS - 4 points each section) Below is a chart that shows you exactly how your class participation grade will be determined.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
kmtrujilo
4 rubric AP Psychology Playlist       popup preview  
Create 5 music playlists for the theories of motivation we discussed. Each playlist needs at least 4 songs in which the title, lyrics, or overall meaning of the song relate to the theory's explanation of motivation (keep them school appropriate). Create a “giant” iTunes playlist & fill in 5 motivation playlists with their respective songs. Write a 1 paragraph rationale (3-5 sentences) for each of your 4+ selections. Design album cover art for your playlist.

Grade levels:   9-12  
yrbarreda
5 rubric Psychologist Career Research Project       popup preview  
USE BLS.GOV and other sources to find and complete the Career Research Handout

Grade levels:   9-12  
Kristyrushing
6 rubric Disorders Brochure/PowerPoint       popup preview  
Create a brochure/PowerPoint describing a psychological disorder. Be sure to include signs and symptoms or the illness, psychological, social and biological effects of either of these illnesses, where to access assistance, and long term prognosis

Grade levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
Knightk
7 rubric Psychological Disorders Project       popup preview  
Create a write-up of a disorder, possible treatments

Grade levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
meixlj
8 rubric Case Study Assignments       popup preview  
Write a paper that discusses: 1. Summary of presenting issues 2. Clinically significant symptoms 3. DSM-V diagnoses that have criteria met from these symptoms; or the ones that are not met and what is missing from the symptoms presented (e.g. subclinical; rule-out; V codes) 4. Treatment plan & recommendations 5. Strengths/needs: client, family, school, peers, community (including developmental/environmental & cultural factors) 6. Assessment tools to use when assessing this client

Grade levels:   Grad  
JesRibs7
9 rubric Resource Binder Rubric       popup preview  

Grade levels:   Grad  
JesRibs7
10 rubric Child and Adolescent Psychopathology       popup preview  
A written research paper of the selected disorder must be submitted on the date of the oral presentation.

Grade levels:   Grad  
JesRibs7
11 rubric CLASS ATTENDANCE AND PARTICIPATION       popup preview  
Regular attendance and active class participation are expected from all students in this class. This rubric will be used to assess your performance in this area.

Grade levels:   Grad  
JesRibs7
12 rubric Vision Board       popup preview  
Create a "vision board" that represents the dream you have for your life. The vision board will be created using the resources you have from home or downloaded or collected from the internet. This vision board should include all the items detailed by your teacher's instructions. Grades will be given according to the attached rubric.

Grade levels:   9-12  
crigor
13 rubric Draw My Life       popup preview  
You will use your self tests results in personal development to layout using Powerpoint, Canva, or Adobe Spark or edit a Draw My Life video that tells the story of how these events in your life have turned you into the person you are today.

Grade levels:   9-12  
crigor
14 rubric Board Game       popup preview  
Create an original game incorporating characters/symbols/concepts of Lord of the Flies.

Grade levels:   9-12  
jhartm1187
15 rubric Draw My Life       popup preview  
You will use your self tests results in personal development to layout using Powerpoint, Canva, or Adobe Spark or edit a Draw My Life video that tells the story of how these events in your life have turned you into the person you are today.

Grade levels:   9-12  
crigor
16 rubric PSYC       popup preview  
Rubric for Student Writing Assignments

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
karnold1210
17 rubric Psychological Disorder Presentation Rubric       popup preview  
In this assignment, students will be working in small groups to present material with a power point over Psychological Disorders. Each group will be acting as if they are attending an APA (American Psychology Association) seminar.

Grade levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
TeamNotreDame
18 rubric Checklist of items to include when reporting a systematic re       popup preview  
Adaptation of Moher, D., Liberati. A., Tetzlaff, J., Altman, D. (2009) The PRISMA Group, Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses: The PRISMA Statement. PLoS Med, 6(7). inot a Rubric

Grade levels:   Grad  
MarianaSanchez
19 rubric Personal Psychology Presentation       popup preview  
Each student will be required to do an personal psychology project which centers around a specific disorder that each student has chosen. Acceptable formats are as follows: Prezi, power point, infographic, .gif, pamplet, front page news, video, dance, art, skit, spoken word, etc...

Grade levels:  
ldgriffin
20 rubric Board Game       popup preview  
Create a board game that utilizes all of the Westward Expansion and Oregon Trail research. You must create a rules page (how to play the game) that describes how to play and each detail of the game. The game board needs to be creative, with a game name, and all of the materials to play the game must be included. Fact cards must be printed by hand or typed, as well as other card piles you create. Your game board must be complete and ready for presentation and play time by the due date. Have fun!

Grade levels:   9-12  
cstrait

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