Traumatic societal events may undermine the benefits of positive classroom interventions.
Online resources for teachers help students gain confidence in learning and spark interest among underrepresented students in STEM topics.
By opening their virtual doors to preservice teachers, Mizzou Academy has been able to enrich field experiences for rising educators.
The overall graduate program at MU’s College of Education & Human Development rose nine spots to No. 32.
Positive teacher-student relationships change student behavior and actually leads to better teaching.
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).
MU researchers use a video game to teach science lessons to middle schoolers, speech recognition software to improve literacy outcomes for 2nd graders.
The online master’s in education program rose to No. 14 in the country. Educational Administration and Supervision ranked No. 20.
Breaking up and getting back together previously in your relationship was associated with more symptoms of psychological distress over a 15-month period.
Study findings can help teachers tailor support toward students who may not feel welcomed, as well as praise the prosocial behaviors they want their students to emulate.