Students read about the legislative, executive, and judiciary branches of the U.S. government and then test their knowledge in a drag-and-drop exercise.
In this learning activity you'll use Maslow's Hierarchy and choose which need is taking precedence and which is being sacrificed in each situation.
Students read about the 24 time zones and make conversions.
In this interactive object, learners examine the characteristics of left- and right-brain thinkers. This activity has audio.
In this learning activity you'll practice identifying and locating the five largest rivers of Africa.
In this colorful activity, learners follow the path of a bill as it begins in the House of Representatives.
Students read about the six theoretical perspectives used to explore psychological events and do an interactive exercise.
In this learning activity you'll define how perception influences your world view and learn the elements of the perception process.
The student reviews the roles and responsibilities of the President and takes a quiz.
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.
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.
In this learning activity you'll read about efforts to prevent the government from interfering with citizens' rights to practice their religious beliefs.
In this learning activity you'll read about Robert Maddux's conflict model and then apply what you've learned to an interactive exercise.
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.
Students read about the greeting customs of people in different parts of the world and take a short quiz.
In this learning activity you'll explain the role of significant others in the development of the self-concept
In this learning activity you'll apply information about three different sources of governmental power: Unitary, Confederate, and Federal to world governments.
Students interpret pie chart information and identify the parts of a chart in an interactive exercise.
Learners view a mind map of the social-conflict Approaches and answer questions about the inequalities, competition, and power found in social structures.
Students view a world map and click on a country or continent to read about how the people there view time. A brief quiz concludes the activity.
In this learning activity you'll define psychological noise and will complete an activity.
Learners review the names of the capital cities of the seven Central American countries and locate the cities on a map.
The student reads about encoding, storage, and retrieval and test his or her memory in an interactive exercise.
In this learning activity you'll analyzes the structures and processes of religion within a global context.
In this learning activity you'll construct a production possibility model.