• Welcome to Mr. Washington's Psychology Class!!!brain
    Email: lrwashington@jacksonsd.org

    All class assignments and announcements will be posted on my Google Classroom Page (pages will be set up based on the class your student has signed up for; example: AP Psychology A-Day Groups 1 and 2 will share a Classroom page, B-Day 1 & 2 will share a page, Period 2 Groups 1 & 2 will share a page, etc.).  All students will be provided with a code in class to access the page. 

    ***As of 9/1/20- Students will report to class based on the district Group 1/Group 2 schedules***
    - AP Psychology will meet once a week Monday-Thursday and sometimes on Friday based on a rotating schedule.  Please email Mr. Washington (lrwashington@jacksonsd.org) with questions
    - General Psychology will meet every other day (example: Week 1- Group 1 will meet Mon, Wed, and Fri; Week 2 Group 1 will meet Tues & Thursday; etc.) 

    * Class Schedule

    Room C124

    Period 1 A Day/B Day- Advanced Placement Psychology

    Period 2 - Psychology 

    Period 3 - Psychology 

    Period 4 - Professional Period 

    Period 5 - Office Hours 1:38pm to 2:15pm

    Course Description:

    AP Psychology

    The goal of this course is to increase the understanding of psychology, its methods, theory, and research with the objective of having each who opts to do so, pass the Advanced Placement Examination. The course will explore the psychological facts, principles, and phenomena associated with each major sub-field within psychology. The course is divided into fourteen (14) units, which represent major content areas of psychology.

    The course is taught at an accelerated level and student study habits should reflect this fact. The objective of this course is to introduce students to the methods, research, and theory of psychology. It is hoped that knowledge of psychological inquiry will provide students with a way of perceiving aspects of and an appreciation of the complexity of human behavior.


    This is a one-semester senior social studies elective that is designed to introduce students to the systematic and scientific study of behavior and mental processes of human beings and other animals. Students will be exposed to psychological facts, principles, and phenomena associated with each of the major sub-fields within psychology.