Programming

Teaching Academy
2019-20 dates: Sept. 5, Oct. 3, & Nov. 7 2019; Feb. 6, March 5, & April 2, 2020
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. (Bring your own lunch)

The Teaching Academy programs support teaching for learning at Mizzou. All Mizzou instructors are encouraged to participate in these educational development opportunities that take place throughout the academic year. The Academy is an opportunity to learn and discuss elements of teaching with new and seasoned colleagues. Take advantage of the institutional knowledge by meeting with other Mizzou instructors. Professionally led sessions provide demonstrations of current and trending topics in teaching. Participants will have the opportunity to share teaching experiences across disciplines, foster collaboration, and provide information on programming requests. Past topics have included Syllabus Review and Creation, Strategies for Creating and Grading Exams, Surviving the End of the Semester, Getting Grades Submitted Properly and on Time, and Advice on Promotion and Tenure.

Teaching Renewal Week
January 13-17, 2020
Teaching Renewal Week (TRW) is an educational development opportunity for MU instructors. Taking place the week prior to the start of the Spring Semester, TRW provides opportunities for enhanced teaching for learning at MU. This event promotes an open, collaborative culture across campus, creates mentors and highlights great examples of research and teaching on this campus. Guest speakers present on key topics and issues related to teaching for learning. Additionally, attendees can learn about numerous programs and available resources.

Celebration of Teaching
May 21-22, 2019
The Celebration of Teaching is a professional development opportunity at the University of Missouri where teaching professionals and instructional support staff can share approaches and techniques that colleagues have developed in their own teaching; engage with colleagues from other disciplines about teaching and learning; and learn from exciting guest experts on important teaching topics. This two-day event includes a keynote address from a nationally-recognized speaker, a series of pre-conference workshops and several one-hour concurrent sessions led by MU faculty and staff, along with guests from other institutions. This is also a time to celebrate achievements of the past academic year by recognizing award-winning instructors, advisers and campus authors. Save The Dates For The 11th Annual Celebration Of Teaching on May 19-20, 2020.

Coming soon: please return for more information about new programs.