What Will Students Remember From Your Class in 20 Years?

One rainy September day, a small group of faculty members gathered around a conference table in a seminar room at my college to puzzle over an extraordinarily difficult question: Twenty years from now, what do we hope students will remember from our courses?


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

In August 2017 UM System President Mun Choi invited School of Health Professions faculty in the Department of Health Sciences to participate in an Affordable and Open Educational Resources (AOER) Initiative to help reduce the cost of education for MU students.

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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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10 Key Points About Active Learning

For well over a decade, I’ve been exploring the science of learning, cognitive neuroscience, research on memory and studies of pedagogy, as well as reading everything I can get my hands on having to do with techniques and methods for meaningful, engaged classrooms.

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The Chronicle’s Best Ideas for Teaching

The 10 articles in this collection describes innovative teaching strategies—not just high-tech ones, but low-tech ones, like peer instruction, faculty learning communities, and reconsideration of the canon.

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