Winter 2014 through spring 2016: California State University Los Angeles
- Taught an upper-division course in Psychology of Emotion to classes of 47-160 students.
- Taught a GE course in Introductory Psychology to classes of 150-175 students.
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Winter 2014: California State University Los Angeles
- Taught a course in Introductory Psychology to a class of 154 students.
Fall 2013: University of Southern California
I redesigned and taught an upper-division undergraduate seminar in Conservation Psychology (i.e. Green or Sustainability Psychology). I developed the course to mimic a graduate seminar focused on reading and discussion of original sources (academic articles, government reports, etc.) rather than a textbook. The most instructive and fun part of the class was a 3-week Self-Change project in which I joined my students in changing a personal environmentally-relevant behavior for 21 days. I, along with 8 of my students, chose to give up meat due to its heavy toll on the planet (at the end of the project 2 of my students chose to become permanent vegetarians!). Others chose to reduce their waste, eliminate plastic bottle and cup use, eliminate paper towel use, and reduce water and electricity consumption.