AP Psychology 保证班10/16 开课


AP Psychology 既可以帮助你的记忆,增进人际关系,也能让你的学校成绩更亮眼,别再等,赶快来上春晖开的 AP Psychology.

Time: 10/16 to 4/29, Friday, 5:00-7:00 pm

Address: 1340 S De Anza Blvd, Suite 204, San Jose, CA 95129

Contact: 408-366-2204, spring.light.edu@gmail.com

Registration: https://goo.gl/500XHw

Fee:$ 1,200.00

For the students whose ACT’s English and Reading scores are over 25, if they do all of the teacher’s assignments, we will guanrantee they get AP exam score at 4 or 5. Otherwise we will refund the full tuition fee.

The benefit of  taking AP Psychology in high school:

  • Gain understanding of the minds and behaviors of your friends, family, and yourself.
  • Take AP Psychology will help your memory more effectively.
  • AP Psychology grade will look good on college and scholarship applications.
  • Passing the AP exam will save you money on tuition and books.
  • Through academic rigor, you will develop excellent study skills.

AP Psychology is an excellent choice for students who are interested in obtaining college credits while in high school. Introductory psychology classes are often part of the core class requirements at many colleges and universities, so taking AP Psychology is a great way to get a jump start on your college education.
Syllabus :
10/16, History of psychology, philosophy of science
10/23,10/30-Research methods and design
11/6, 11/13-Neuroscience
11/20,12/4-Perception and consciousness
1/8,1/15-Learning and memory
1/22,1/29-Cognitive and effective psychology
2/5,2/12-Developmental psychology
2/19,2/26-Personality and individuality
3/4,3/11-Clinical psychology
3/18,3/25-Social psychology
4/1,4/8,4/15,4/22,4/29 Test Preparation Classes

Homework every week:

  1. Review the design and methodology of an assigned research article and email a short report to the teacher–1-1.5 hours
  1. Multiple choice questions from the Barron’s textbook and Learnerator–1 hour
  1. 2 free response questions from the Barron’s textbook and Learnerator–1 hour
  1. Occasional online videos to supplement class material–30 minutes
  1. Occasional challenge questions from teacher–30 minutes

General structure of each class session:

20 minutes of discussion about articles, 20 minutes of reviewing multiple choice answers, 20 minutes of discussing short-answer questions, and 60 minutes of class lecture.  Students will be expected to engage each other in discussion and will regularly lead short presentations on class topics.

After each class, the instructor will send a summary of the key topics covered in class as well as the weekly homework to parents and students.

Classes will occasionally begin with a short quiz or test.

Individual class performance:
Class performance on homework questions and participation will be tracked from week to week for each student. It will be addressed as needed with parents and students.

Instructor Edward Zhang received his B.A in Psychology and Biology from Swarthmore College. He has conducted neuroscience research with Stanford University and is now working on a number of cognitive enhancement studies for the augmentation of learning and memory. He is passionate about increasing one’s capacity for learning through both sound pedagogy and techniques supported by new cutting-edge literature.

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