The Perception Process
By Mary Brignall
In this learning activity you'll define how perception influences your world view and learn the elements of the perception process.
Conflict Resolution Styles
By robin rathsack
In this learning activity you'll read about Robert Maddux's conflict model and then apply what you've learned to an interactive exercise.
Learning About Multiple Intelligences in the Land of Oz
By Therese Nemec
Students read about the seven types of intelligence identified by psychologist Dr. Howard Gardner. They then select the type(s) of intelligence of each character in the Land of Oz.
The Perspectives of Psychology
Students read about the six theoretical perspectives used to explore psychological events and do an interactive exercise.
The Development of the Self-Concept
By Tom Luke
In this learning activity you'll explain the role of significant others in the development of the self-concept
Pie Charts/ Basic Social Studies
By Barbara Laedtke
Students interpret pie chart information and identify the parts of a chart in an interactive exercise.
Identifying Psychological Noise
In this learning activity you'll define psychological noise and will complete an activity.
Deal Me In!
By Kathy Lich
In this learning activity you'll practice using inductive reasoning to draw conclusions.
Interest Groups: Civil and Constitutional Rights
By Therese Nemec, Nancy McFadden, Deb DeRosso, Mike English
Students read about the different kinds of civil/constitutional rights interest groups and answer multiple-choice questions.
By Robert Mitchell
Identify your self-awareness score. In this learning activity, you'll answer 24 questions that attempt to measure three factors relating to self-awareness: introspection, public self-consciousness, and social anxiety.
Demand Characteristics: A Pitfall in Research
Students read about the phenomenon of people trying to do their best to be good subjects when participating in research.
How a Bill Becomes a Law
By Melanie Buyarski
In this colorful activity, learners follow the path of a bill as it begins in the House of Representatives.
By Jody Cooper
Learners test their knowledge of jurisdiction issues by matching case scenarios to the correct court. The cases involve the following courts: Circuit, Small Claims, Probate, District, Bankruptcy, State Appellate Court, Wisconsin Supreme Court, and U.S. Supreme Courthouse.
The Symbolic Interaction Theoretical Approach
By Deb DeRosso
In this interactive object, learners view a mind map of the symbolic interaction Approaches and answer questions about communication and symbols.
Decision Making Methods
In this learning activity you'll complete eight methods of making decisions by identifying advantages and disadvantages of each method.
A Theoretical Analysis of Government
In the interactive object, learners examine the structural-functional, social-conflict, and symbolic interaction analyses of government.
The Asian Subcontinent
By Virginia Kirsch
Students identify and locate the seven countries on the Asian Subcontinent.
The THINK Principle
By Andrea Krabbe, Rosie Bunnow
Learners are shown questions to ask themselves before they speak. They evaluate three responses according to the criteria presented. This activity has audio content.
Evaluate Your Stress Journal
In this learning activity you'll evaluate your stress journals by responding to questions to identify potential stressors of their future careers and personal lives.
The Structural-Functional Theoretical Approach
In this interactive object, learners view a mind map of the structural-functional Approaches and quiz themselves about the manifest and latent functions and the dysfunctions of social patterns.
A Rabbit or a Duck: An Ambiguous Figure
By Carol May
In this learning activity you'll discover how perception influences understanding.
Perception - Understanding the World Around You
Learn the definition of perception, its process and how it affects communication
Employability Essentials - Adapt to Change
You will understand why having the ability to adapt to change is an essential employment skill.
Overcoming Barriers to Critical Thinking: People-Related Obstacles
The learner will identify techniques to use to overcome people-related barriers to critical thinking.
Primary and Secondary Group Identification
The student reviews primary and secondary groups and takes a short quiz.