Psychology class brain project substitutes test


Jordan Latter

Sophomore Paige Rooks presents her project during first block in room 139 on Monday, Oct. 22.

Jordan Latter, Staff Writer

Within the walls of room 139, Ian Tobey’s psychology classes created projects based on the functions of the human brain to replace the unit test.

According to Tobey, he would prefer a well-done project that shows that the students learned something compared to a test they might not remember in the future.

“We did a project instead of a test to give a more creative outlet for the educational process. I think this is absolutely more effective,” said Tobey.

Given three options to choose from, all projects were different shapes and sizes, showcasing individual creativity in the classroom.

Jordan Latter
Sophomore Paige Rooks’ project on the
brain explaining how she thinks on a daily basis.