The "old" curriculum

There are many problems with teaching two curricula at the same time.  One of them is how to use the Inthinking site!

In order to simplify the use of the site and to make sure that as material is added for the new curriculum that there is no confusion as to what is what, all material for the "old" curriculum is in now relocated to this section of the site.

Please remember that the final exams for this curriculum are in November 2018.  The first exams for the new curriculum are in May 2019.

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Writing the descriptive results 16 October 2015

It is important that at some point in the course that you teach the students about measures of central tendency (mean, median,...
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The Letter of Consent 16 October 2015

One of the basic ethical requirements of psychological research is “informed consent.” Informed consent means that you...
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Vassarstats: Wilcoxon Signed Ranks 10 February 2018

If you feel a bit insecure about calculating and interpreting the inferential statistics required for this assessment, do...
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Instructions & debriefing 13 January 2018

In order to make sure that the procedure runs smoothly, it is important that there are standardized instructions that are...
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Internal Assessment 2 September 2017

This section of the site is dedicated to support for the internal assessment [IA]. In addition to guidelines for setting...
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Marking practice 2 September 2017

This section of the site is a chance for you and your students to practice marking. Each script is provided for you to mark...
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Comments 4

Sara Dean 18 January 2018 - 12:30

Hi John,

Question on marking. I am marking mock exams and there are a few students who wrote me a note saying they blanked and could not answer a question. But then to show me they know something, wrote an entirely different essay to a prompt not on the exam. Does this earn a zero? Or do I still read for content and critical thinking even though it is not related to the question? At first I just gave zeros, but now I am questioning myself . . . Thank you, Sara

John Crane 18 January 2018 - 15:23

Dear Sara - yes, this earns a zero.

Sara Dean 18 January 2018 - 17:42

Thank you!

Sania Begum 15 May 2018 - 06:43

And we are done!!! Now to move on the new curriculum!