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David M Malone

David M Malone, Professor of the Practice and Director of Service Learning Program

Education:

Ph.D., Duke University, 1984
Contact Info:

213 West Duke Bldg, Durham, NC 27708
(919) 660-3075
dmalone@duke.edu
https://servicelearning.duke.edu/
Office Hours:

By appointment. Contact Briani Meyers 919.660.3075 briani.meyers@duke.edu to arrange a meeting time.
Research Interests: Tutoring At-Risk Children

Educational psychology, school psychology, student-centered approaches to teaching and learning, experiential and service learning.

Comments:

Educational psychology, school psychology, student-centered approaches to teaching and learning, experiential and service-learning, innovative educational approaches in higher education.

Curriculum Vitae

Teaching (Spring 2019):

  • Educ 89s.01, First-year seminar (top) Synopsis
    West duke 212, Tu 10:05 AM-12:35 PM; East duke 209, Th 04:40 PM-05:55 PM
  • Educ 240.01, Educational psychology Synopsis
    East duke 204d, W 03:05 PM-05:35 PM
Recent Publications   (More Publications)

  1. D.M. Malone. "Jones, Brett D.; Bryant, Lauren H.; Snyder, Jennifer Dee; Malone, David. (2012), Preservice and Inservice Teachers' Implicit Theories of Intelligence. Teacher Education Quarterly, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p87-101. Riggsbee, J., Malone, D. & Straus, M. (2012) The Role of Liberal Education in Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers. Peer Review. Spring2012, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p12-15 Malone, D., & di Bona, J., (2007) What North Carolina Elementary School Principals Say About Diet and Exercise. Proceedings of North Carolina Association for Research in Education. http://education.uncc.edu/ncare/about_ncare.htm Bookman, J., & Malone, D., (2006) Negotiating Roles and Meaning While Learning Mathematics in Interactive Technology Rich Environments; Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Jones, B., & Stallings, T., Malone, D (2004) Prospective Teachers as Tutors: Measuring the Impact of a Service Learning Program on Upper Elementary Students. Teacher Education Quarterly (Volume 31, Number 3). Bookman, J., & Malone, D., (2003) The Nature of Learning in Interactive Technological Environments: A Proposal For a Research Agenda Based on Grounded Theory, in American Mathematical Society: Research in Collegiate Mathematics Education (Volume 12). Malone, D. (2003) The No Child Left Behind Act and the Teacher Shortage. Duke Center for Child and Family Policy Briefs (Volume 2, Number 7). Available at: http://www.pps.aas.duke.edu/centers/child/briefs/Summit-Teacher%20Shortage.pdf Malone, D., Jones, B., & Stallings, D. (2002). Perspective Transformation: Prospective Teacher’s Transformative Journey Through a Tutoring Service Learning Experience Teacher Education Quarterly (Volume 29, Number 1). Dodge, K., Putallaz, M., Malone, D. (2002) Coming of Age: The Department of Education. Phi Delta Kappan." (2013).
  2. D.M. Malone. "Please see below.." (2013).  [author's comments]
  3. D.M. Malone. "Riggsbee, J., Malone, D. & Straus, M. (2012) The Role of Liberal Education in Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers. Peer Review. Spring2012, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p12-15." (2012).  [abs]
  4. D.M. Malone. "Jones, Brett D.; Bryant, Lauren H.; Snyder, Jennifer Dee; Malone, David. (2012), Preservice and Inservice Teachers' Implicit Theories of Intelligence. Teacher Education Quarterly, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p87-101.." (2012).
  5. Malone, DM. "The Role of Liberal Education in Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers." (2012).

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