Teacher resources

This section of the Inthinking website is devoted to materials that support teachers in teaching of IB Psychology.

If as you work through the site you think of something that is missing that you would like to see added, please always feel free to email me at cranejp@icloud.com - and I will try to get something on the site as soon as possible.

What you will find in this section

  • Activities to do with your students
  • Curriculum clarifications
  • Guidelines for the Extended Essay
  • Lesson plans for each topic
  • Setting up the internal assessment
  • Suggestions for distance learning
  • Teaching strategies that can be applied in any area of the curriculum
  • Unit planners

Although some of the teaching activities can be shared with your students, most of this section cannot be shared.  This is for your planning and teaching.

Selected Pages

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Forming the research question 29 August 2020

Writing an EE is an academic exercise where students get the chance to show that they can be “a researcher”. Of course,...
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Assessment clarifications 29 August 2020

There have been several clarifications given by the IB over the past year. Many have said that these clarifications are...
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Teaching strategies 18 February 2020

There are many strategies to help learnings to master content, develop critical thinking and revise for exams. This section...
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Research methods 9 January 2018

In my own course, I start off with about a five-week introduction to research methods. I try to make the activities hands-on...
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Supervision of EE 8 January 2018

Students come to the EE process having a lot of ideas of what they want to research and write about. Some of the topics...
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Finding relevant sources 14 September 2021

A few years ago, I had a conversation with a friend of mine who teaches history at the university level. I asked him what...
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