We invite you to participate in MU’s Celebration of Teaching on May 21-22, 2013. The conference will bring together instructors, staff, and graduate students from across the MU campus to share research, best practices, model programs, and lessons-learned.
A New Generation of Learning: Conversations on Emerging Technology, Diverse Students, and More
Mark Milliron, PhD.
May 21, 2013 at 1:30 pm
Jesse Hall Auditorium
University of Missouri
Open to the Public
In an on-going effort to ensure pedagogy on the MU campus remains at a high-quality; six courses at MU are taking part in course redesign projects with an aim of creating new student learning outcomes.
One avenue to accomplish that is to enhance the effective use of technology in the classroom. Instructors are working with teams from their colleges and departments and with Educational Technologies at Missouri (ET@MO) to incorporate new teaching methods and technologies into the framework of their classes. Read More
- Mizzou Honors Excellence in Advising
- McBee-Black Wins Innovative Excellence in Teaching Award
- Award-winning advising continues at Mizzou
- Shannon Breske Earns Advising Shout Out Award
- Three Honored with Teaching with Technology Awards
- Two MU Advisers Earn MACADA Recognition
- Two Mizzou Advisers Earn National Award
Excellence in Teaching with Technology Awards
Jason Aubrey, Department of Mathematics
ET@MO congratulates recipient of the 2010 - 2011 Excellence in Teaching with Technology awards, Jason Aubrey from the Department of Mathematics. Recipients are members of the MU community who have demonstrated excellence in using technology to improve teaching and learning. The impact of Jason's efforts to effectively incorporate technology for teaching and learning is evident from this student's comments in his nomination of Jason for the award - Jason's technology use supplemented the class-work more than any other class I have been in here at Mizzou. Without this technology many students, including myself may have failed Calculus, not because the lectures did not work, but because a subject like calculus needs to be constantly studied so one can remember the material.