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Teaching & Learning Courses

The following professional development courses are open to all graduate students.

BioSc 8724 - College Science Teaching (3 credit hours) (same as LTC 8724 and PHYSCS 8310 and ASTRON 8310). Study of learner characteristics, teaching strategies, and research findings related to teaching science at the post-secondary level.

ED LPA 9408: Teaching with Technology. Offered as a seminar course.

ED LPA 9448: College Teaching. Offered as a seminar course. 

ED_LPA 9456: The Professoriate. (3 credit hours.) Overview of faculty roles and work in U.S. colleges and universities. Explores institutional and disciplinary differences and seeks to prepare future faculty for academic life.

GRAD 7010: Preparing To Be A Graduate Teaching Assistant (1 credit hour.) Provides an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of teaching assistants to prepare students for graduate school. Learning will take place through observation, lecture, reading and discussion. Graded on S/U basis only.

GRAD 9010: Preparing Future Faculty I (1 credit hour.) First course in a two-semester Preparing Future Faculty program that introduces Ph.D. students to a variety of faculty roles and work environments. Graded on S/U basis only.

GRAD 9020: Preparing Future Faculty II (1 credit hour.) Second course in a two-semester Preparing Future Faculty program that introduces Ph.D. students to a variety of faculty roles and work environments. Topics build upon those presented in GRAD 9010 and focus on the job search and career development processes. Graded on S/U basis only.

JOURN 9087: College Teaching Methods. Offered as a seminar course. 

See also Teaching Electives for the Minor in College Teacihng in the Mizzou Course Catalog.

See also Designing Courses for Significant Learning.