While distance learning has been a welcome source of normality during this difficult time, we are aware that our students are spending lots more time looking at a screen than they usually would. To try and provide a bit of a time away from screens, our teachers have been coming up with innovative ways in which to include learning activities that can be completed in a more ‘analogue’ way.
Year 12 Psychology students have been looking at phobias this term. As part of their project work and to consolidate their learning, they have been set some creative tasks to represent what they have been studying.
There have been some fab efforts made, including lots of posters about phobias and a coffee and walnut cake depicting the areas of the brain which even includes elements representing some of the studies and theories covered in class.