UPDATED 9/24/2020: In the event of a cyber learning day, you will need to complete assignments from home. Log into your teachers' Schoology and you will find everything you need to be successful, from directions to materials to an assignment submission portal. Please read carefully for instructions and due dates. You should prepare by bringing your laptop computer home from school every day and keeping it in good working order. Information for other classes can be found by clicking on teacher webpages using the link below:
SGA ELECTIONS UPDATE:
Student council elections will be held tomorrow, 9/25/2020, virtually. To participate in elections, students will first need to go to: https://classroom.google.com/h . After they are on google classroom, they will click add class in the top corner of the screen. This will ask them for a classroom code, students will then need to type in: c2iwx7n. Once they are on the google classroom, there are 4 separate links to google forms for each ballot. Students should click on the ballot for their class and vote for their preferred candidates. As well, they should also fill out the ballot for executive officer positions. Prior to completing a ballot, students can also view each of the candidate's speeches which are posted under the heading 2020-2021 Speeches. Freshmen elections will be held on a later date.
Dustin Dapp- Teacher of Social Studies/Psychology
Phone- 652-2700 ext. 8183
M.A. in School Psychology
B.A. in History
B.A. in Education
Teacher of Psychology, Sociology, and History.
Advisor of Mock Trial and Student Government Association.
As a clinician at the Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, I have over 400 logged hours of clinical internship in Psychology. My focus in education is teaching students through hands-on experience and authentic learning experience. As such, in my courses, students will have the chance to use the vocational tools of actual psychologists to garner a more meaningful and lasting education.
- Foundations of Psychology
- Experimental Methods in Psychology
- Developmental Psychology
- Abnormal Psychology
- Behavioral Psychology
- Ethics in Psychology
- Therapy and practical applications
Papers, Computers, Projects: All students are expected to bring their 1:1 laptops daily to class. On most days, we will be conducting research, debating current events, or completing lab activities.
Required Materials: 1:1 laptops, 3 ringed binder, pencil/pen, journal
Attendance: You are responsible for all materials presented in class. Tests, quizzes and homework often include questions on materials presented only in class, so performance on these indirectly reflects attendance.
Cell Phone Policy- No cell phones. Exceptions for Kahoot/Quizlet/Research.
Google Docs- Work may be submitted over Google Docs or in student drives.
Group Work- Students are required to work in groups. I will go through procedures on first day of class.
20% classwork/participation. 80% quizzes/tests/labs/projects.