Teaching notes for BLOA

IB Psychology: Teaching notes for BLOA

This section of the site is devoted to "teachers" notes." These notes are notes that may be used in class to help you prepare for class or as a take-home assignment for students in order to avoid lecturing in your own class.Many of the pages have a "Check for understanding" section which will allow students to review the important parts of each lesson.This lesson focuses on neuroplasticity with links to the CLOA in the...


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Comments 5

Madge Zemp 2 December 2016 - 15:36

Our subscription has expired!!
Our IB coordinator, Brian Howell, has submitted all necessary paperwork and we are waiting on our district level clearing since it is "online!"
I personally paid several years to avoid this mess.
Please consider giving us a "grace" period as my students and I really to rely on so much of John Crane's great materials and lessons from this site.
Thank you for any consideration that you could grant us.
Madge Zemp, M. Ed., NBCT
Hartsville High School
Hartsville, SC 29550 USA

John Crane 4 December 2016 - 06:31

Dear Madge, I have forwarded this to the tech team. I hope that you will hear from them as soon as possible. John

John Crane 4 December 2016 - 07:01

Dear Madge, got this email back: We've already given Hartsville a two week grace period until 16 December. If you ask them to log in, they will see this... I emailed Madge a few days back, but I think the email bounced back. If your emails are getting through to her, could you ask her to put InThinking on her Safe senders list.

Hope that helps. John

Abraham Chung 4 December 2016 - 12:02

Hello Mr. Crane
Greetings from Jakarta, Indonesia.
One quick question please. Is it OK to use Newcomer 1999 study to respond to the following SAQ, "Explain, using examples, the effects of neurotransmission on human behavior"? Please, kindly let me know. Thank you!

John Crane 4 December 2016 - 16:11

Dear Abraham, cortisol is a hormone, so a response with Newcomer with receive 0 marks for an SAQ.


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