Ch 27: Ethics in Psychology: Homeschool Curriculum

About This Chapter

The Ethics in Psychology unit of this High School Psychology Homeschool course is designed to help homeschooled students learn about ethics in psychology. Parents can use the short videos to introduce topics, break up lessons and keep students engaged.

Who's it for?

This unit of our High School Psychology Homeschool course will benefit any student who is trying to learn about ethics in psychology. There is no faster or easier way to learn about psychology. Among those who would benefit are:

  • Students who require an efficient, self-paced course of study to learn about the insanity defense.
  • Homeschool parents looking to spend less time preparing lessons and more time teaching.
  • Homeschool parents who need a psychology curriculum that appeals to multiple learning types (visual or auditory).
  • Gifted students and students with learning differences.

How it works:

  • Students watch a short, fun video lesson that covers a specific unit topic.
  • Students and parents can refer to the video transcripts to reinforce learning.
  • Short quizzes and an ethics in psychology unit exam confirm understanding or identify any topics that require review.

Ethics in Psychology Unit Objectives:

  • Learn about evaluations that determine whether a person is competent to stand trial.
  • Get information about psychological evaluations within the context of the law.
  • Explore ethical issues with respect to mental health.
  • Discuss patients' right to mental health treatment.
  • Learn about informed consent and the right to confidentiality.

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