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(1)Weerts, Elise (1)West, Keely (1)Wood, Marian (1)Xaitao, Fan (1)Hide details Results 1–10 of 984 Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Sample Academic Calendars for High School Psychology CoursesThe sample pacing calendars provide teachers with examples of actual calendars from other psychology teachers like advanced placement classes, international baccalaureate classes, and regular classes, and courses can be one semester or year-long, block or regular schedule. Web Page 2.TOPSS Timeline, 1992-2012A history of the people and accomplishments for the first 20 years of APA's high school psychology teachers' organization.Web Page 3.TOPSS News Features ArchivePast TOPSS news features including information on past membership campaigns, magazine articles, awards recipients, calls for nominations, scholarships, grants, awards, competitions, convention sessions, elections, task force reports, speakers' summaries, speakers' bureaus, projects, science fairs, surveys, and more.Web Page 4.Benchmarks Evaluation SystemThe Benchmarks Evaluation System (July 2011) was designed as a resource for evaluators to help determine how often a specific behavior is observed related to the competency/essential component. Within each cluster, select the essential competency components that you want students to develop, and then refer to the appendix for examples.Web Page (July 2011)5.High School PsychologyWe promote the scientific nature of high school psychology and meet the curricular needs of high school psychology teachers through unit lesson plans, the Psychology Teachers Network Newsletter and more. We also address professional needs of high school psychology teachers and provide opportunities for high school psychology students to be recognized and rewarded for their excellence.Web Page 6.TOPSS Celebrates 20 YearsIn 20 years, TOPSS has become a national, recognized professional organization for high school psychology teachers, the first and only such membership group that exists.Web Page 7.About Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS)We promote introductory and advanced high school psychology, meet curricular needs of secondary school teachers, and provide opportunities for high school students to be recognized for their academic excellence. TOPSS membership includes curriculum resources and professional support.Web Page 8.Teaching ResourcesA collection of resources for teachers of introductory psychology, including curriculum and classroom tools, publications, funding opportunities and activities for your students.Web Page 9.Thoughts on TOPSSMembers of TOPSS steering committee and others involved in the organization's inception share their memories of the early days.Web Page 10.Thoughts of TOPSS on the Occasion of its 20th AnniversaryMembers of TOPSS steering committee and others involved in the organization's inception share their memories on the occasion of 20th anniversary of TOPSS.Web Page Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 984 for "Web Page"X related to "New standards for high school psychology"