As an educator, my primary goal is to foster a connection for each student to the field of psychology regardless of whether it is their primary field of interest. In my classroom, I encourage students to find personal applications for each topic and to develop a psychological lens which will allow them to observe nuances of everyday behavior. I encourage students to gain a big picture framework of each topic, as well as to understand how individual theories and constructs fit into this larger framework. Further, I believe it is important to expose students to research methods and experimental design so they can adopt a scientific approach to reading, understanding, and evaluating peer-reviewed literature early on in their careers.
Instructor | Hunter College | New York, NY
Introduction to Psychology (Psych 100) - Spring 2019, Fall 2018
Graduate Teaching Assistant | Hunter College | New York, NY
Psychology of Women (Psych 235) - Spring 2018
Experimental Psychology (Psych 250) - Spring 2018, Fall 2017
Human Development (Psych 150) - Fall 2017