How Erica Lembke harnesses federal research funding to develop tools and methods that teach teachers to use data-based instruction in reading and math.
The College of Education & Human Development is pleased to welcome 25 new faculty members this fall.
To help teachers recognize, respond to and prevent bullying toward these students, researchers collaborated to develop an evidence-based, online professional development curriculum.
The University of Missouri College of Education & Human Development is proud to announce the following faculty promotions, effective Sept. 1, 2023.
A nearly $520,000 grant will help a University of Missouri researcher improve students’ self-regulation and independence at school.
Reinke has been honored by the Southeastern Conference (SEC) with the 2023 Faculty Achievement Award.
The study found teachers who struggle to cope with the stress of their job report far lower job satisfaction compared to teachers who find ways to manage the pressure.
Beth Whitaker received a 2023 William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence to Beth Whitaker.
The project, which will partner with up to 26 rural school districts throughout Missouri, will be fully implemented by fall 2023 and will connect to the schools’ Wi-Fi servers to monitor online activity for threatening language or images.
Preparing Adults for Work and Society (PAWS) is a residential program for post-secondary students with intellectual and developmental disabilities that will promote job skills, independent living skills and social skills.