Engineering a 3D model of an eco-friendly house culminated a science class unit for sixth-graders at Smithton Middle School.
Innovations in Education
This Missourian special section explores the latest innovations in education around the state. Read the stories here or pick up a copy of the print edition at an MU Extension office.
The CODERS project intends to narrow the urban-rural divide in computer science education.
More colleges and universities around the United States are offering programs about producing cannabis commercially.
Gretchen Carlisle found that autistic children significantly improve in social skills and behavior after adopting a cat.
We have to reach students differently. I learned science from a textbook and worksheets and taking notes, and it was not engaging.
"I think the pandemic has taught us all that we are human beings teaching human beings as a whole person," said one researcher.
Simply put, literacy is how we listen to each other, how we decode images and how we make decisions.
CPS science coordinator Mike Szydlowski is on a mission to support teachers and engage students in the science outside their front doors and beyond.
SUCCEED helps students with disabilities gain academic, vocational and life skills to be competitive in the labor market.
We interviewed three finalists of the competition to hear what innovative ways of teaching they apply in classrooms.
Supporting Teachers in Engaging Parents helps teachers work with families to improve their children's educational outcomes.
Learning kindness is part of a 'prosocial' education project to help students become happier and more comfortable in school.
Here's what one student journalist had to say about researching innovation in education.
At MU, test-optional admissions were implemented in early summer 2020 and extended by the MU admissions board for 2021.