Linking core & options: Human relationships

IB Psychology: Linking core & options: Human relationships

The following is an attempt at a bit of backwards planning - that is, how does our choice of option inform how we teach the core? There are several learning objectives that we will have to teach as “stand alones” in the core and, regrettably, we will not be able to apply them very well in the options. You will see that this applies most strongly to the cognitive level of analysis. Wherever possible, I have made...

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Comments 3

Nate Binzen 11 August 2017 - 05:15

John, in Course Organization you have nice Unit Plan pages for Abnormal and Developmental, but not one for Human Relationships. Is there a reason for that, or might it be something that is forthcoming? I find the weekly planner and really everything on these Unit Plan pages very helpful.

John Crane 13 August 2017 - 20:59

Dear Chris,

Are you talking about the new curriculum or the old one? If you send me an email, I can send you an outline of how I did the human relationships unit in the curriculum that is in its last year. Email me at

John Crane 18 August 2017 - 12:28

Dear Chris

You will now find it under the "Course organization" section of "Curriculum Development."

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