This interactive Workshop with Dr Steve Taylor, University of London & shortcuts tv, is focused exclusively on making Issues & Debates in Psychology more accessible to students & illustrating them with up-to-date research examples (such as, epigenetics for the interaction of nature/nurture).
It will cover:
- Free Will & Determinism
- Psychology as Science
- Individual & Situational Psychology
- Ethics & Ethical Issues
- Socially Sensitive Research
- Bias in Psychology
Exam Guidance: i) what examiners are looking for ii) exam question practice iii) transferable skills: bringing issues & debates into other questions. (Workshops will be AQA, OCR, Edexel or WJEC specific.)
Handouts: provide interactive materials and clear summaries of key studies used.
Free: 5 Minute Revision Videos on each of the Issues & Debates covered.
What Teachers Say
He was incredibly engaging. Definitely booking again!
Amy Speechley, St Gregory’s College
Steve’s visit was loved by all the students. It encouraged them to want more.
Sue Martin, Farnham College
Steve was engaging and had the students’ attention the whole time.
Priya Bradshaw Aquinas College
We hope to ensure that this is an annual event and we look forward to seeing Steve next year. He was amazing!
Jackie Stanbury, Kirkham Grammar School
Half day: £300
Full day: £500
Check out our Psychology films: www.shortcutstv.com
In the near future The Davenant Press will be launching two new series for classicists. First there will be a series of short paperbacks on Greece and the Roman Empire covering the A-Level syllabus and a second more substantial paperback series, Classical Civilisation which will be pitched mainly at university level but which is also intended to help school teachers. This series will cover the A level interest but will also include Ancient History and Patristics. I am currently writing to academics for ideas and as a member of the Classical Association (Oxford Branch) I am putting it on the website.
In addition there will be a new academic journal published twice a year on Rome 423-1929.
And this is an opportunity for you to influence the content of both the paperbacks and the journal by letting me know what subject areas you would like to see covered that would help with your teaching of classics in school and preparing pupils for university.
I really am open to all suggestions, and so by way of saying thank you I will be very happy to send a free copy of Essays on Ancient Historians by Susan Sorek to the first 25 positive suggestions I receive.
If you have any thoughts at all on subject areas or topics within the classics that you would like to see covered in the new journal “Rome 425 to 1929” please just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like a copy of “Essays on Ancient Historians” just give me your postal address.
I look forward to hearing from you.