Moore presents at international educational development conference
Jessie L. Moore presented a Center for Engaged Learning project at the 2016 International Consortium for Educational Development conference in Cape Town, South Africa, in November.
Jessie L. Moore, director of the Center for Engaged Learning and associate professor in the Department of English, presented at the 2016 International Consortium for Educational Development conference in Cape Town, South Africa, Nov. 22-25.
Moore's presentation focused on the theoretical framework for the Center's 2016-18 research seminar on faculty change towards high-impact pedagogies. The framework examines how faculty members' academic identities and productive disruptions in university contexts inform teachers' adoption and sustained use of high-impact pedagogies like academic service-learning, writing-intensive courses, and capstone projects.
Moore also met with international participants from the 2016-18 research seminar while in Cape Town, getting updates on their contributions to the multi-institutional research.