Several Missouri State University education students presented field experience research at the 2016 National Science Teachers Association conference in Kansas City in December. The students investigated what happened when they used two different research-based strategies to facilitate science discussions in elementary classrooms. Students then compared and analyzed the effectiveness of the methods they applied. All […]
Congratulations to Dr. Joanna Cemore Brigden! Her work will be featured in the 2015 issue of Mind’s Eye, Missouri State University’s research publication. This story will also be featured on Missouri State’s research website and the Missouri State homepage.
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Is playtime just for fun? If it was, would that be a problem? Not according to Dr. Joanna Cemore Brigden.
Illiteracy is a concern for Dr. Sabrina Brinson, a Diversity Fellow and a professor of childhood education and family studies.
Two Missouri State University programs recently received grants to carry on programs that deliver helpful services to the community.
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With Valentine’s Day approaching, love is on the tip of everybody’s tongue. But for Dr. Joanna Cemore Brigden, associate professor of childhood education and family studies at Missouri State University, February isn’t about roses and chocolate. She is trying to raise awareness of the love needed to be a foster parent.
Dr. Joanna Cemore Brigden received renewal funding from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to enhance programming and resources at the Child Development Center on Missouri State’s campus.
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Dr. Denise Cunningham, childhood education and family studies professor, Dr. Susan Sims-Giddens, nursing professor, and Deanna Hallgren, director of the Child Development Center (CDC) at Missouri State University have received a renewal grant in the amount of $48,875 from the Missouri Preschool Program (MPP).
n today’s fast paced world, it’s easy to become over committed. It’s also easy for kids’ lives to become so scheduled that there is little time left for unstructured play. Dr. Joanna Cemore-Brigden, associate professor of childhood education and family studies, specializes in research on children’s play. She said there are many reasons have less time to just play.
Cemore-Brigden discusses research about the benefits of unstructured play.