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Psychology


AQA Psychology for A Level Yr 1 & AS Digital Book Bundle: 2nd Ed

Author(s): Flanagan, Haycock, Jackson-Dwyer, Jarvis, Liddle


awarding body: AQA


level: A Level Year 1 & AS


isbn: 978-1-912820-45-0


subject: Psychology


£450.00



       

OUT NOW! 

Designed to support you planning and delivering this course this is a new edition of the immensely popular web-based resource comprising 2nd Edition Student and Teacher Digital Books for Year 1 and AS.  Each bundle is a one-off price - no annual subscription charges and no price band per size of institution.   N.B. From 1.5.20 this is no longer subject to VAT

Please note that customers of the 1st Edition are entitled to purchase the 2nd Edition at a fantastic discount! 

Please click here to download the offer order form.

If you are an existing customer of the 1st Edition Digital Book Bundles, you will still have access to these for the duration of the specification.

So what's changing?

The bundle includes a digital version of the 2nd Edition Student Book.

Refocused and amended 'hotspot' features in the Student Digital Book reflect the Student Book changes and continue to enhance students' understanding.

Questions have been checked and updated to better reflect assessment practice.

Activities and accompanying teacher notes in the Teacher Digital Book have been reviewed and updated, and some new activities introduced, to reflect the enhancements and improvements made to the Student Books.

 

Sign up to evaluate and you'll be sent a link to a free trial of a 'half-chapter' demo of the 2nd Edition Digital Book Bundle

 

 

 


An introduction:


 

Features of the Digital Book Bundle:

Student Digital Book

Digital version of the Student Book your students can access wherever they are online.

Features linked to every topic and spread in the book which provide invaluable material that enhances the use of the Student Book:

'Lifelines' are very straightforward, easy-to-digest key descriptive points for the spread topic.  Ideal for students struggling to grasp the essential points

'Evaluation extra' provide a slightly elaborated version with a conclusion to model for students how they can extend their points and provide a conclusion.

'Extensions' - extra information, studies or activities challenge and stretch higher ability students further

Answers are provided for all the 'Apply it' questions in the Student Book

Web links to relevant and useful YouTube videos or other sites

Quizzes - interactive, self-marking quizzes will help to check and reinforce your students' understanding of a topic

Practice questions - lots of extra questions help your students practise and prepare for their exams


Teacher Digital Book

All the content and functionality of the Student Digital Book plus a rich bank of ready-to-run resources with detailed teacher notes to help you design a scheme of work.

Each topic has a range of supporting activities and resources in PDF and PowerPoint format, for example:

Opportunities to practise AO2 application skills

Practical research activities

Consolidation activities for reflection or revision

Research methods activities

PowerPoint presentations to introduce topics

Presentation tools will help you present the Digital Book to your students in class:

Pen for annotations and a highlighter with a choice of colours

Hide/show feature for annotations

Eraser for deleting any annotation

Page zoom for magnifying selected parts of the page


About the authors


Teacher Digital Book

Cara Flanagan is one of the best-known and most respected authors for A Level Psychology.  A practiced teacher with examining experience, she is Senior Editor of Psychology Review and a well-known conference presenter. Cara is renowned for creating resources that students love to use.

Jo Haycock is Head of Psychology and Sixth Form at Sir John Talbot’s School, Shropshire. and runs a teacher support group for A Level Psychology teachers.  Jo was an Associate Lecturer for the Open University and has an undergraduate degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in Education.

Diana Jackson-Dwyer is an experienced psychology author at A Level and undergraduate level and is a former senior examiner.  Diana has a masters degree in Psychology and has taught A Level Psychology for 35 years.


Student Digital Book

Cara Flanagan is one of the best-known and most respected authors for A Level Psychology.  A practiced teacher with examining experience, she is Senior Editor of Psychology Review and a well-known conference presenter. Cara is renowned for creating resources that students love to use.


Matt Jarvis is a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.   He taught psychology for 25 years, has examining experience and is currently Learning Technology and Innovation Manager for a Social Justice and Education charity. Matt is also an editor of Psychology Review.


Rob Liddle has more than twenty years' teaching experience in psychology, from GCSE to postgraduate study.  A psychology graduate with a Masters in Organisational Psychology, Rob is an established author with examining experience.