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Homeschool Psych: Preparing Christian Homeschool Students for Psych 101, Second EditionTim Rice D.Min.Homeschool Psych / 2013 / Trade Paperback$24.89 Retail:2.5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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Psychology is an extremely divisive topic for Christians today. Yet despite it being one of the most commonly-taken college courses, many homeschool students never study it before encountering it in the university setting. While they may be prepared to answer the questions and accusations of humanism, evolution, relativism and naturalism, psychology classes may be the hardest battlefield of all. This text was designed to introduce students to psychology's concepts, underlying worldview assumptions, and the Christian criticism of psychology, while still providing suggestions for Christians joining the contemporary psychological conversation.
Chapters integrate a Christian perspective into some of the most common topics addressed in psychology, including: psychology's history, the brain & nervous system, learning & memory, consciousness, personality, treatment, social psychology, research methods, and more. Chapters end with a summary and review questions. 165 pages, indexed, softcover. 2nd Edition. High School.
Homeschool Psychology, Student Sheets, Second EditionTim Rice D.Min.Homeschool Psych / 2013 / Other$15.49 Retail:
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This (loose-leaf) student workbook accompanies the sold-separately Homeschool Psych, 2nd Edition. Divided into sections, this workbook contains learning objectives (including what concepts students should learn and terms they should define), a fill-in-the-blank study guide, short essay questions, resources for further study, activities, multiple choice quizzes, and AP testing prep. The last portion of the book contains answer keys that are also grouped by question type (study guide, quiz, etc.) 152 loose-leaf, three-hole-punched pages. High School. Reproducible for household members.
Advanced High School or College Elective: Introduction to Christian Counseling PACEs 1-10Accelerated Christian Education / Other$31.99
Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) curriculum has Scripture as its foundation, fully integrating biblical principles, wisdom, and character-building concepts into education. Students move at their own speed through the self-instructional "PACE" workbooks. Following the mastery approach, PACEs are formatted for students to complete the exercises found throughout the workbook, take a practice "self test," and conclude with a "final test" (torn out from the center) to measure understanding.
Students will learn about the biblical basis and practical application of Christian counseling with School of Tomorrow's Basic Introduction to Christian Counseling curriculum. This set includes PACEs 1-10, and covers:
- The problem with counseling, the Holy Spirit in counseling, and treatment by physical means.
- Nouthetic counseling, the pastor as nouthetic counselor, and Rogerian counseling.
- Confessing your sins and solving problems nouthetically.
- Principles of nouthetic technique, communication and multiple counseling.
- Christian school teachers as nouthetic counselors and discipline structure.
- Persons, presuppositions, and principles.
- The language of counseling, the love of counseling, and the change of counseling.
- Getting started in counseling, basic approaches, and data gathering.
- Analysis of homework for counseling and using homework in counseling.
- Dealing with anger, envy, depression, schizophrenia, sexual problems, and fear.
Fill-in-the-blank and multiple-choice type exercises help with review and retention.
Paperback booklets. High school & above. This resource is listed as "college" or post-secondary curriculum. PACEs 1-10.
Answers are not included, but are available in the sold-separately SCORE keys. Please Note: Two books are required to complete this curriculum (both sold-separately):
Please Note: Two books are required to complete this curriculum (both sold-separately):
In this accessible student's guide, an experienced professor examines the study of psychology from a distinctly Christian perspective, introducing readers to key issues such as the origins of morality, nature vs. nurture, the relationship between the mind and brain, and the concept of personal identity.
Whether examining the history of psychological reflection, the legacy of the Enlightenment and Darwinism, or the development of modernist psychology, this volume will help students think carefully about the influential ideas that continue to shape contemporary discussions about what it means to be human.
CLEP Introductory Psychology with Online Practice Tests 2EDon J. SharpsteenResearch & Education Assoc. / 2012 / Trade Paperback$21.99 Retail:
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MCAT Psychology and Sociology ReviewPrinceton Review / 2014 / Trade Paperback$22.99 Retail:
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MCAT Psychology and Sociology Review: New for MCAT 2015 - eBookPrinceton Review / 2015 / ePub$29.99Availability: In StockStock No: WW74345EB