There’s a lot of content in the IB Psychology course and if your not careful, this can have a negative impact on student understanding and the development of their critical thinking skills.
I’ve written about this extensively, but as I’m playing around with screencasting and making video tutorials, I thought with the help of visual aids I’d try explaining how we can avoid the drowning sensation in IB Psychology.
So when you’ve got a spare ten minutes, grab a cuppa and have a sit and watch as I explain how you can plan a course that cuts content, increases understanding and develops critical thinking skills.
If you’re even remotely interested about the thematic/themantic approach to IB Psychology, watch this and see what you think.
How to reduce content and increase understanding…
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Travis Dixon is an IB Psychology teacher, author, workshop leader, examiner and IA moderator.