BRITE Ideas: Understanding Epistemic Beliefs and Motivational Orientations of Duke Undergraduates
Learning Innovation and BRITE Lab invite you to join us for BRITE Ideas, a monthly discussion group to share and develop research on teaching and learning. This month we welcome David Malone, PhD, Professor of the Practice of Education, and Faculty Director, Duke Service-Learning, who presents an overview of the research he and Professors Amy Anderson and Matt Serra have conducted on the epistemic beliefs of Duke undergraduates: "Understanding Epistemic Beliefs and Motivational Orientations of Duke Undergraduates through Faculty Self-Reflection and High Impact Pedagogy." This engaging session will include an interactive component designed to explore faculty perspectives on student development, campus culture, and high impact pedagogical practices. Malone will also share student-centered approaches to teaching which have worked well in his classes over the years.
Location: Rubenstein Library, Room 249, from 12:00 – 1:00pm.
Light refreshments will be provided – you are welcome to bring your lunch.
- Wednesday, March 6, 2019
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm
- Rubenstein Library 249 (Carpenter Conference Room)
- West Campus
- Teaching and Learning