Parents From AP Psych

Savannah Dennis, Staff Writer

This week in AP Psychology students have been tasked with caring for an object like an egg or bag of flour for three days. The unit they are currently working on is developmental psychology and the purpose of the project is to show how the brain develops as people age and explain why children are the way that they are. During these three days, students are expected to care for their egg or flour baby as if it were a real child. AP Psychology teacher Jesse Dowell has even enlisted the help of some of his fellow teachers to act as spies and report back to him if students are not treating their “children” properly.