For me, teaching is joyous. As a passionate teacher and the WSUTC coordinator of faculty teaching development, I dedicate myself to science-based pedagogy and interventions aimed at improving student understanding.
Classes Regularly Taught:
Psych 105: Introductory Psychology
Psych 306: Industrial Psychology
Psych 308: Organizational Psychology
Psych 311: Statistics in Psychology
Psych 312: Research Methods in Psychology
Psych 497: Instructional Practicum
Psych 498: Research Practicum
PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS AND AFFILIATIONS
Washington State University President’s Award for Leadership (2019)
Washington State University College of Arts & Sciences William F. Mullen
Memorial Teaching Award (2019)
WSUTC Outstanding Teacher Award (2017)
Front Range Community College Award for Best Grant Project (2014)
Colorado State University George Thornton III Outstanding Graduate Student Award (2013)
Colorado State University College of Natural Sciences
Graduate Student Excellence in Teaching Award (2013)
Colorado State University Richard Suinn Psychology Outstanding Graduate Student Award (2011)
Beyer, A. & Peters, J.M. (Eds.) (accepted for publication). For the Love of (Teaching) Statistics: Advice, Activities, and Resources. Society for the
Teaching of Psychology.
Cavanagh, T. M., Leeds, C.E., & Peters, J.M. (in press). Increased oral communication self-efficacy leads to improved oral communication performance and overall academic success. Business and Professional Communication Quarterly.
Peters, J.M. (2018). Bell-ringers: Sneaking fun into stats. Noba Project Blog [http://nobaproject.com/blog]
Kiersch, C.E. & Peters, J.M. (2017). Leadership
from the inside out: Student leadership development within authentic leadership and servant leadership frameworks. Journal of Leadership Education.
Byrne, Z.S., Peters, J.M., & Weston, J. (2016). The struggle with employee engagement: Measures and construct clarification using five samples. Journal of Applied Psychology, 101(9), 1201-1227.