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Psychology and

From the human mind to communal identity

The study of people as individuals and communities

Active Classroom’s Psychology and Sociology Collection introduces students to the scientific study of the mind and behavior and the sociological study of society. 

Explore fascinating fields with your students through flexibility

Challenge your students to understand the complexities of human thought, behavior, and societal conditions through a choice of close readings, engaging videos, study-skills activities, and more.

Reinforce skills while meeting students where they are

Activities feature compelling questions to support student-led inquiry and DBQs to support student writing. And built-in tools, such as word and image dictionaries and a read aloud option help students strengthen literacy skills at their own pace. 

A well-rounded view of student learning

Authentic, debate, mapping, performance-based, DBQ essay, discussion, multiple-choice, and short-answer assessments are all included in Active Classroom. Assign, track, and assess knowledge all in one easy-to-use platform. 

The Active Classroom platform integrates with Google Classroom, Canvas, Schoology, and ClassLink. Ask us about other LMS.

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Understanding Psychology

Presenting the methods and applications of psychology in a concise and informal manner, this student guide reinforces essential concepts with activities and questions at the end of each chapter.
  • Copyright 2020
  • Published by J. Weston Walch
  • Fourth edition
10 11 12
Reproducible Activity Book


Introducing students to basic concepts in psychology, this curriculum unit features 40 lessons organized under the seven TOPSS domains: scientific inquiry, biopsychological, development and learning, sociocultural context, cognition, individual variations, and applications of psychological science.
  • Copyright 2016
  • Published by the Center for Learning
  • Also available as a download
910 11 12

 50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology

Counteracting misleading information about psychology, this eye-opening book surveys the vast world of popular psychology, explains the dangers posed by psychological myths, identifies 10 major sources of these myths, debunks 50 prevalent myths, and lays out the accurate scientific thinking about each topic.
  • Copyright 2010
  • Published by Wiley-Blackwell
  • 332 pages

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