About the author

This blog is intended for teachers of A Level Psychology. Posts on this blog include ideas to keep teaching topical and ideas to promote thinking and study skills.

The author, Caroline Rigby, is an experienced teacher of A Level Psychology who is committed to sharing good practice among Psychology teachers. Posts are categorised according to the AQA specification for ease of reference but the content may also be of use to teachers of other specifications.  Caroline Rigby (MBPSsS) is a member of the British Psychological Society and is committed to ensuring that A Level students study Psychology in a way that is consistent with the aims of the society.

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One comment

  1. Craig Watkins

    Caroline,

    I teach high school psychology in the United States, I just came across your blog. Since the semester just started I have borrowed two of your strategies, “Would You Rather” and “Find the Fake,” They both worked very well and introduced a lot of topics, and basic of psychology in a very quick and efficient manner. The students loved both activities.

    Thanks

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