My aim for this website is to create completely free, engaging, and interactive content for
Welcome to PsychologyHacked. My vision is to pull together all of the fascinating psychology resources available across the web and have them in one place, easily searchable by A Level topic; whether video clips, animations or accessible journal articles. Pages will often have a ‘Go Further’ section, which will contain resources to stretch beyond the basic course content. These resources are perfect for students who want to gain a deeper understanding of the subject, whether striving for a top grade, looking to study the subject at university, or out of genuine interest. I assume that anyone studying the subject is doing so because they find it intrinsically fascinating!
My plan is to add content to topic areas for psychology suitable for all exam boards, starting with AQA and Edexcel. If you have any ideas for this website, useful information, or suggestions then please drop me a message using the contact form below. Similarly, if you spot any mistakes on the site then do let me know, as I am a one-man-band, but want everything to be spot-on. I always reply to emails (if they don’t disappear into my spam box!)
Hi, I’m Kimberley. I was most recently Head of Social Science and a Technology Integration Coach at a British International School and I have taught AQA, Edexcel and CIE Psychology. I have also examined for the new A Level Psychology.
Having taken a year out to go on a few long adventures (my favourite has been cycling the Carretera Austral in Patagonia), as well as complete my MA in Education, I now have the time to create content and digital courses for students as a hobby. I have been creating psychology blogs and websites for my students for over 6 years and seen first-hand how valuable it can be. Teachers work very long hours for students and this is my way of giving back to the psychology community!
I have had a few questions from teachers about how I set up this site. I use WordPress with the theme ‘X Theme’ and the learning management plug-in ‘Sensei’ (a plug-in I have used with my own students for several years). It is possible to set up a similar website for free using a WordPress compatible quiz plug-in if you are interested in a similar model for flipped learning. Google Forms is also a great way to set up quizzes quickly and easily, with rich data fed back! If you would like any help or info, then please just drop me a line below.