University Courses

Undergraduate statistics

In spring 2020, I taught online lab sections for PSY302: Statistical Methods in Psychology , an introductory undergraduate statistics course at the University of Oregon (~200 students total) led by Dr. Sara Weston . See below for a couple selected examples of lab sections that I taught using the open-source statistical software jamovi .

One-sample t-tests

Download accompanying lab handout here .

Two-sample t-tests

Download accompanying lab handout here .

Graduate statistics

During Fall 2019 and Winter 2020 I served as a teaching assistant and lab instructor for the first two courses in a 3-term sequence of graduate statistics classes in the Department of Psychology at the University of Oregon, led by Dr. Sara Weston . These classes are designed to provide a thorough grounding in statistical concepts, methods, and applications of relevance to psychological science and related fields. The lab sections of these classes involve learning the basics of the statistical programming language R and how to use R to wrangle, visualize and summarize data as well as test hypotheses with inferential statistics.

Click the links below to access my teaching materials 👇