Hi, my name is Jessica Campbell, I teach Psychology, AP Psychology and Sociology 
    • ASU with a bachelors in Secondary Education with an emphasis in History.
    • NAU with a masters in Curriculum and Instruction.




    Office Hours: 2:15 . 3:00 

    This is my eleventh year teaching at Higley High School and I am really looking forward to this year. I am hoping to pass my passion of psychology and sociology onto my students. 


    AP Psychology Description:
    Advanced Placement Psychology is a two semester course to prepare students for the AP Psychology exam offered by the College Board. This course study of psychology is designed to introduce students to the systematic and scientific study of the behavior and mental processes of human beings and other animals.  Students are exposed to the psychological facts, principles, and phenomena associated with each of the major sub fields within psychology.  Students will also learn about the methods psychologists use in their science and practice. This course will improve writing techniques, heighten research skills, and enhance understanding of the scientific study of the mind and behavior.
    Psychology Description:
    Psychology is both an applied and academic field that studies the human mind and behavior. Research in psychology seeks to understand and explain thought, emotion, and behavior. Applications of psychology include mental health treatment, performance enhancement, self-help, ergonomics, and many other areas affecting health and daily life.This is a one semester course that will be an overview or introduction to Psychology.   We will use a variety of resources to study and explore the basic components of Psychology, Psychological theory and Psychological disorders.  These resources will include primary and secondary resources, discussion, problem-based learning exercises, videos and writing. 
    Sociology Description:

    Sociology is the systematic and objective study of human society and social interaction.  The discipline of sociology enables us to look beyond our limited view of the world to society as a whole – the values and ideas shared by its members, the groups and institutions that compose it, and the forces that change it.  The course will require outside reading, preparedness for discussions, online participation and independent projects.  Your class participation grade will depend on class discussions, completion of class-work, and projects.

Last Modified on March 1, 2018