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    Amy Gumpf

    Email: Amy_Gumpf@AllenISD.org

    To Leave a Voicemail:  972-236-0600, Ext. 6010

    Classroom: F252

    (AP Psychology & US History)

    T H E  C O U R S E: AP PSYCHOLOGY

    Purpose: The AP Psychology course 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 subfields within psychology. They also learn about the ethics and methods psychologists use in their science and practice. 

    Goals: An introductory college course in psychology is generally one semester, with some variation among colleges. An AP Psychology course need not follow any specific college curriculum. Rather, the aim of the course is to provide the student with a learning experience equivalent to that obtained in most college introductory psychology courses.

    AP Psychology is a college-level course for the academically strong student. Students taking this course study various psychological research, approaches and theories. Students are expected to read and analyze college-level materials preparing them to take the AP exam for possible college credit. Students will supplement the text with reading, writing, and analyzing outside materials. Students are expected to take the AP exam in May (May 2nd, 2015)

     

     T H E  C O U R S E: US HISTORY

     Description: United States History is a survey course that studies the United States from the post-Civil War period through the present. Students study the social, cultural, political, and economic changes that took place in an America progressing from an agricultural nation to a position of world influence. Political policies from the "Square Deal" to the "New Deal" are presented to the students to compare and contrast with current domestic policies. 

     

    Teacher Schedule:

    • 1st Period: AP Psychology
    • 2nd Period: AP Psychology
    • 3rd Period: AP Psychology
    • 4th Period: AP Psychology
    • 5th Period: AP Psychology
    • 6th Period: US History
    • 7th Period: Conference/Tutoring
    • 8th Period: Conference/Tutoring

     

     Tutoring Schedule: AP PSYCHOLOGY

     

    A day

    B day

    8:00-9:15

    Mrs. Hunnicutt (A204)

    Mrs. Bost (A206)

    9:20-10:55

    Tutoring not available

    Tutoring not available

    11:00-1:00

    Tutoring not available

    Tutoring not available

    1:05-2:30

    Tutoring not available

    Mrs. Gumpf (F252) * Scheduled

    2:35-4:00

    Mrs. Gumpf (F252)

    Mrs. Bost (A206)

     

     Tutoring Schedule: US HISTORY

                                                 A Day                                                                             B Day

    8:00-9:15

    Mr. Turk (F242)

    Mr. Turk (F242)

    9:20-10:55

    Tutoring not available

    Tutoring not available

    11-1:00

    Tutoring not available

    Tutoring not available

     1:05-2:30

    Mr. Gumpf (F240) (first 30 minutes)

    Mr. Holt (F240) (first 30 minutes)

     

    Mrs. Gumpf (F252) * Scheduled

    Mr. Hinkle (F256) * Scheduled

    Mrs. Kelly (F254) * Scheduled

     2:35-4:00

    Mrs. Gumpf (F252)

    Mr. Hinkle (F256)

    Mrs. Kelly (F254)

    Mrs. Blake (A130)

    Mrs. Gumpf (F252)

    Mr. Hinkle (F256)

    Mrs. Kelly (F254)

    Mr. Franks (F238)