Secondary Language Arts Education major Kobe Messick has turned his refurbished sneaker and streetwear hobby into a business called Columbia Sneaker Exchange.
The College of Education and Human Development celebrated 317 undergraduate and 418 graduate students at commencement ceremonies last weekend.
The Missouri branch of the Milken Educator Awards program recently established the Missouri Teacher Leaders of Tomorrow Award, a special distinction to honor and celebrate the valuable contributions of student teachers in the classroom.
A literacy center is a station in a classroom, designated for a specific type of learning. In order to meet the needs of a variety of learners, educators need to know how to design and implement literacy centers in their classrooms.
The College of Education and Human Development is proud to recognize the achievements of faculty, staff, students, and alumni who have made outstanding contributions to the College.
The University of Missouri College of Education & Human Development is proud to announce the following faculty promotions, effective Sept. 1, 2022.
On June 4, more than 880 high school seniors from around the world will graduate from University of Missouri High School, the flagship online program of Mizzou Academy, an outreach and engagement unit embedded within the MU College of Education and Human Development.
By opening their virtual doors to preservice teachers, Mizzou Academy has been able to enrich field experiences for rising educators.
The KOPN Community Radio 89.5 FM collection will be growing this year, thanks to a new fellowship at the School of Information Science and Learning Technology (SISLT).
Columbia Public Schools educators were taught therapeutic art during a professional development session led by Mizzou College of Education & Human Development faculty.