The Spring 2009 Issue

Redesign and Innovation: Two new programs help faculty address challenges

Have you identified challenges in one or more courses that, if you could overcome them, would improve teaching and learning? Do you have ideas for how to improve teaching and learning through technology innovation, but could use help implementing those ideas? Educational Technologies at Missouri (ET@MO) is providing two funding opportunities for faculty: Academic Transformation/Course […]

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Introducing the TeAchnology! Conference

New format addresses needs, accommodates more Educational Technologies at Missouri (ET@MO) adopted a new format for its annual TeAchnology! event this year. On April 21, 2009 ET@MO will host more than 60 people in the first TeAchnology! conference that will be held in Memorial Union. Deans, chairs, instructors, support staff and librarians representing each school […]

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Teaching Students Problem-Solving With Movies

Faculty Focus: Jim Groves, Hotel and Restaurant Management One of the challenges that many instructors face is helping younger students learn how to develop problem-solving skills. The earlier we can begin helping students to learn these skills, the better students tend to do in school and eventually in their careers. I teach HRM 3143: Property […]

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