What It Means to Be an Empirical Educator
The Duke Graduate School and Learning Innovation have partnered to develop the next generation of academic innovators! Join us as we explore how graduate students can engage in the scholarship of teaching and learning, to evaluate and improve teaching practice through research innovation. Kim Manturuk, PhD, will share how her team collaborates with instructors and program staff across the university to develop research plans and identify scholarship opportunities, as well as share the resources and tools Learning Innovation has developed for these efforts. Location: Murthy Digital Studio, Room 121, Bostock Library
About the Bass Digital Education Colloquium Series
Whether graduate students are planning for academic careers or for new careers in the corporate, higher ed, or entrepreneurial arena, to be competitive in the job market students need to develop digital technology, pedagogy, learning design, and project management skills along with their academic credentials. These sessions are intended to give graduate students an awareness of digital education, teaching and research innovation, and explore emerging career paths in these areas.