Teaching

COURSE WEBSITES

Dr. K's Statistics Website - I primarily teach undergraduate and graduate courses in research design and analysis. This site contains syllabi, slides, practice datasets, and other materials for three such courses.

Psychology, Law, and Social Justice - Every two years, I teach an Honors College seminar in psychology and law. This site contains the syllabus, slides, and readings for this course.


OTHER PEDAGOGICAL ACTIVITIES

Kukucka, J., Santoro, A., Clark, S., Blandford, J., Cates, K., Hooper, P., Skeiky, L., & Milstein, J. L. (2016, Fall). A year in the life: Our formula for sustaining an active chapter. Eye on Psi Chi, 21 (1), 16-19. [PDF]

Santoro, A.
, Cates, K., Clark, S., Blandford, J., & Kukucka, J. (2016). Getting psyched about Psi Chi: Ideas for invigorating your chapter. Invited panel at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY. [PPT]


Kukucka, J. (2014, March 18). Socrates in the classroom: Helping students to discover what's already there. APA Division 2: GSTA Blog. Retrieved from http://teachpsych.org/Default.aspx?pageId=1784686&mode=PostView&bmi=1518822.

Dow, E., Kukucka, J., Galazyn, M., Powers, K., & Brooks, P. (2013). A five-slide model for pedagogy. Symposium presented at the 27th Annual Conference on the Teaching of Psychology at Farmingdale State College. April 5-6, 2013.

Kukucka, J. (2012). Smarties, dum dums, and four types of research validity. Oral presentation at the Third Annual Conference on the Teaching of Psychology at the CUNY Graduate Center. October 12, 2012. [PPT]