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  Newbury Park High School Social Science

Step into Mrs. Walker's World on the Web. Mrs. Walker teaches Psychology IB, AP Psychology, Research Methods and World and European History at Newbury Park High School, Newbury Park, California.  This site also supports technology  workshops and presentations sponsored by VCOE / CTAP. 


WELCOME NPHS students and parents to Mrs. Walker's web resource for the 2011-2012 academic year at Newbury Park High School. Many things you need to know for Mrs. Walker's European/World History AP/Honors, Psychology IB, IB Psychology H1 - Research Methods,Psychology AP classes and Mock Trial can be found here including daily agendas, homework and due dates, archived agendas and grades. You will also find contact, schedule and biographical information for Mrs. Walker. This website is updated regularly as changes come about throughout the instructional day.

Students and their parents can access course agendas on the links on the menu bar at the top of this page. Class handouts, discussions, wikis and related resources can be accessed through a password protected class Moodle. Students register and sign in. Parents can access as a guest using the key given at the beginning of the school year.

Grades are updated regularly and can be checked online through Q / Zangle. See the parent connect at Q / Zangle for additional information.


PSYCHOLOGY AP
Psychology AP is a year-long class meeting on alternating days. The course prepares students to take the AP Psychology Exam in May. Homework, assignments, activities and related information are available to students through the agenda found within th AP Psychology course and password protected Moodle accounts listed on the menu bar at the top of the page. Assignments are available in pdf format and can be downloaded for student use. The free Adobe Reader is required to access pdf documents. Parents can access the Moodle page by signing in as a guest and entering the enrollment key that was given to students the first week of class.


PSYCHOLOGY IB
Psychology IB is a year-long class meeting on alternating days. The IB syllabus changed considerably beginning fall 2010. Homework assignments and due dates are noted on the agenda through Moodle. Grades are updated regularly and can be checked online through Zangle. See the parent connect at Zangle for additional information. Assignments, activities and discussions are available to students through the agendas and password protected Moodle accounts listed on the menu bar at the top of the page. Assignments are available in pdf format and can be downloaded for student use. The free Adobe Reader is required to access pdf documents. Parents can access the Moodle page by signing in as a guest and entering the enrollment key that was given to students the first week of class.


PSYCHOLOGY IB H-1 RESEARCH METHODS
Psychology IB H-1 meets every day of first semester during period 5


EUROPEAN & WORLD HISTORY AP/HONORS
(Mrs. Walker is not teaching this course 2012-13)

European and World History classes are year-long and alternate days. Grades are updated regularly and can be checked online through Zangle. Assignments and abridged chapters from History of the Modern World are available in pdf format and can be downloaded for student use. The free Adobe Reader is required to access pdf documents.
Assignments, activities and discussions are available to students through the agendas and password protected Moodle accounts listed on the menu bar at the top of the page. Assignments are available in pdf format and can be downloaded for student use. The free Adobe Reader is required to access pdf documents. Parents can access the Moodle page by signing in as a guest and entering the enrollment key that was given to students the first week of class.

...NPHS Mock Trial

Its more than a club, more than a class; its MOCK TRIAL. Learn about the judicial system, improve your analytical abilities and communication skills, work with real attorneys and professionals.

NPHS Mock Trial is a competitive club that meets in C-9 Monday afternoon from 3:15 to 4:45 and Thursday evenings from 6:00 to 9:00. We scrimmage on Saturdays and some evenings during the week. Interested students can learn more by attending meetings and try out for roles. Students who participate in the scrimmages and competition earn class credit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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