Imagine being an elementary school teacher. You’re ready to further your education, but you don’t want to leave your day job teaching. What do you do? Initially established as a teacher’s college in 1905, Missouri State University still has a strong commitment to educate future teachers of all kinds. Recently ranked No. 4 on CollegeChoice.net’s list of the “25 Best Online … [Read more...] about Not a surprise: online master’s in elementary education ranked high
Caught in the middle of the frenzied and stressful holiday season, it can be difficult for shoppers to sift through the hype and flashy advertising to find toys that will keep a child’s interest long after the box is open and the initial novelty subsides. … [Read more...] about How to find the best toys for children
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 … [Read more...] about Education students present at national conference
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. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cnf5F_zIBQw Read the story on Mind's Eye. … [Read more...] about Play research featured in 2015 Mind’s Eye
Is playtime just for fun? If it was, would that be a problem? Not according to Dr. Joanna Cemore Brigden. … [Read more...] about What’s so serious about child’s play?