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Teaching Renewal Week, January 13-17, 2020

Join us for the annual Teaching Renewal Week, a multi-day conference to rejuvenate for teaching in 2020. This year we will focus on well-being in the learning environments.

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Dynamic Dedication

Pair of associate directors bring varied strengths to T4LC

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Welcome Graduate Assistant Ransford Pinto

Ransford Pinto is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

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Welcome Associate Director Dr. Jonathan Cisco

Appointment effective September 16

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Welcome Associate Director Dr. Lydia Bentley

Appointment effective August 12

Summary of 2019 Celebration of Teaching

It's time to CELEBRATE!

Come one, come all and bring colleagues! Our special event will be a teaching conference to be remembered. Our keynote speaker, Dr. James Lang will engage us with “small teaching” moves that leverage powerful research-based findings to deepen student learning.

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Special Event with Distinguished Guest, Dr. Stephen Brookfield

Hosted by the Teaching for Learning Center on Friday, April 5, 2019.

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2019 Teaching Renewal Week

Week of Jan 14 – 18. Sessions scheduled for January 15th have been cancelled.

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Teaching and Learning Technology Conference

NOW ACCEPTING PROPOSALS TO PRESENT! Proposals are due by Friday, November 30, 2018.

ACUE Institute

Faculty Collaborate to Re-envision MU’s Curriculum

A group of University of Missouri faculty from a variety of disciplines spent the first part of the summer rethinking curricula in ways that enhance student success.

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SEC Achievement

Accountancy professor at MU earns recognition for his years of research and teaching.

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Grace Atkins, MU Libraries; Dale Sanders, the Mizzou Store; and Health Sciences faculty members Molly Vetter-Smith, Botswana Blackburn, Jenna Wintemberg, Mark Kuhnert and Carolyn Orbann recently presented their work in AOER at the Mizzou Celebration of Teaching.

SHP Faculty Use Affordable and Open Educational Resources to Reduce Cost of Education for MU Students

The initiative provides funding for faculty to evaluate and adopt alternative course materials, and, in some cases, redesign their courses to maximize the new resources.

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Mission Statement

Provide input on the DRAFT mission statement for the new Teaching & Learning Center

Transforming the Teaching & Learning Environment

Transforming the Teaching & Learning Environment

Educational Technologies at Missouri (ET@MO) is proud to present the Transforming the Teaching & Learning Environment virtual conference

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