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  1. Public Lectures Delivered in the Chapel of the University of the State of Missouri, 1878-79, Volume 1
  2. The Crayfish of Missouri, Issue 10 by Mary Isabelle Steele, 2010-01-10
  3. In Pursuit of Excellence: Missouri Southern State College, 1937-1992 by G. K. Renner, 1993-09
  4. Serving the University of Missouri: A Memoir of Campus and System Administration by James C. Olson, 1993-12
  5. Standard Educational Tests in the Elementary Training Schools of Missouri [ 1922 ] by Walter Fenno Dearborn, 2009-08-10
  6. United States of America Stories Maps Activities in Spanish and English: For Ages 10-Adult, Book 2, Illinois to Missouri (United States of America Stories, Maps, Activities in Spanis) by Kathleen Fisher, Roberta Hulbert, 1997-04
  7. Studies. Philosophy and Education Series by University of Missouri, 2009-10-27
  8. Rules and regulations of the state Department of education
  9. Studies. Philosophy and Education Series
  10. State Course Of Study For The Rural And Graded Schools In The State Of Missouri, 1913
  12. Evangelisch-Lutherisches Schulblatt: Monatsschrift Fur Erziehung Und Unterricht, Volumes 9-10 (German Edition) by Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod, Johann Christoph Wilhelm Lindemann, 2010-04-21
  13. Phi Beta Kappa by Missouri University, . Phi Beta Kappa. Missouri Alpha, 2009-10-21
  14. Race, Ethnicity, and Multiculturalism: Policy and Practice (Missouri Symposium on Research and Educational Policy) by Peter Hall, 1997-01-01

21. Northwest Missouri State Catalog
s. education(general) / 61 412 AudioVisual Aids (2 hours) An introductory......Department of Curriculum and Instruction. Course
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Course Descriptions
EDUCATION (GENERAL) / 61 412 Audio-Visual Aids (2 hours)
An introductory course designed to familiarize teachers with the general types of audio-visual aids. (F) 461 School and Society (3 hours)
A survey of the sociological, philosophical, historical, and legal foundations of education with special emphasis on staffing patterns, multicultural needs, career opportunities, organizational patterns and school/community relations. (Secondary and Elementary-Secondary degree candidates must enroll in Read/Sp 66-353, Sec Ed 65-485, 490 and/or Ed 61-490 during their professional trimester.) (F, S, SS) 490 Directed Teaching Elementary- Secondary School (10 hours)
This course is offered only for those seeking K-12 certification in art, music, modern languages, learning disabilities and mental disabilities. (F, S) 511 Instructional Materials and Equipment (2 hours)
Develops a basic pattern for the preparation of instructional materials, discusses the principles and practices and the utilization of these materials, and provides for instruction for the proper use of equipment in various types of school and educational programs. (F) 528 Teaching of the Gifted (3 hours)
Methods, techniques and materials used in the teaching of the gifted. (S, even years)

22. Welcome To The Missouri School Boards' Association
education and public education, The missouri School Boards school boards, boardsof education, schools, and school districts before the general Assembly, the

23. General Agriculture, University Of Missouri, CAFNR Majors
Courses In addition to the general education requirements of all students at theUniversity of missouri, you will select at least 18 hours in one and at least
Home Prospective Students Current Students Majors Majors
What's new @ CAFNR ...
General Agriculture Building on a variety of programs offered throughout our College, general agriculture students tailor programs to fit their individual interests. Through coursework in different areas of concentration, general agriculture students develop programs with the flexibility to cover a variety of areas. You will select a primary concentration area from programs offered throughout the College. Secondary concentration areas broaden students' horizons, enabling them to be proficient in many different areas. The flexibility provided by the general agriculture program allows students transferring from other colleges and universities to complete the educational requirements and acquire their degree in a efficient manner. Real-life experience
The experience gained through coursework and internships proves invaluable. General agriculture internships in production agriculture, agribusiness and commodity organizations enable students to enhance their communication, problem-solving and technical abilities. Students are encouraged to participate in internship experiences and a capstone course of study in their major area.

24. Agricultural Education, University Of Missouri, CAFNR Majors
Public schools in missouri and several other states are experiencing a general EducationCommunications; Physical and biological sciences; Social and behavioral
Home Prospective Students Current Students Majors Majors
Learn more
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Agricultural Education
121 Gentry Hall
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211
USA What's new @ CAFNR ... Agricultural Education Combining an interest in agriculture and an enjoyment of working with people, Agricultural Education students help mold tomorrow's students and lead agricultural industries. Agricultural Education majors choose between two options of study. The teaching option prepares students to teach agriculture in Missouri's public schools. The employment outlook is excellent for Agricultural Education graduates. Public schools in Missouri and several other states are experiencing a shortage of high school agriculture teachers and FFA advisors. The leadership and communication option provides students with a diverse knowledge of agriculture and a strong background in communications and human relation skills. Students in the leadership and communication option have the opportunity to create a specialized course of study in an agricultural field.

25. UMR General Education Status Report
Status Report of 42Semester Hour general education Transfer Policy University ofmissouri-Rolla missouri’s Technological University November 5, 2001 UMRolla
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ROLLA THE NAME. THE DEGREE. THE DIFFERENCE. Status Report of 42-Semester Hour General Education Transfer Policy
University of Missouri-Rolla
November 5, 2001
UMRolla has undergone major changes in higher administrative personnel on campus in the past year, with the most changes occurring just within the last few months. Furthermore, there have been several significant modifications in the administrative and organizational structure of the campus, including restructuring under the new Office of the Provost and the establishment of a new School of Management and Information Technology. As a result, the campus has not yet officially dealt with the implementation of the 42-semester-hour general education transfer policy of the Coordinating Board for Higher Education.
The review and recommendation process by the committee is expected be completed by early in winter semester 2002. Recommendations for any changes in degree requirements will then be presented to the Academic Council for final deliberation and vote. Appropriate changes in administrative procedures and policies can also be implemented at that time. UMR hopes to have the general education reporting matrix set and posted by May 2002 so that it can be in place for Fall 2002.

26. University Of Missouri - Rolla
CBHE 42Credit-Hour general education Transfer Policy University of missouri -Rolla general education Program and Transfer Policy Proposal, November 2002.
CBHE 42-Credit-Hour General Education Transfer Policy
University of Missouri - Rolla
General Education Program and Transfer Policy Proposal, November 2002
  • Write and speak clearly and effectively through exposure to intensive writing and speech courses. This course set will also assist the student in gaining a greater understanding and enjoyment of aesthetic and creative experiences. Locate, organize, evaluate, and synthesize information. Understand and appreciate ethical choices by reinforcing value concepts and a strong awareness of other cultures and times. Understand common phenomena in the physical and natural environment and understand the methods by which they are studied though reinforcement of high order thinking.
Courses meeting the above goals will concentrate on the development of basic learning skills such as communicating, higher order thinking, managing information and valuing. Other courses in the general education curriculum meet the remaining goals of knowledge acquisition in the areas of social and behavioral sciences, humanities, mathematics, and the physical sciences. In general, students earning a non-engineering baccalaureate degree may select from the following general education courses. There are a number of exceptions based on the bachelors degree the student wants to complete. All students should work closely with their assigned advisor and check the UMR catalog for course requirements in their specific degree.

27. Professor Glesner Fines Legal Education Resource Pages
Barbara Glesner Fines University of missouri _ Kansas a Study Session (UMKC Seminarin Legal education); TEACHING LAW general RESOURCES FOR THE TEACHING OF
Teaching and Learning Law
Resources for Legal Education
Professor Barbara Glesner Fines
University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law
Teaching Law:
For Peer Teachers
Teaching Law:
For Faculty
at UMKC Law School
Professor Barbara Glesner Fines
University of Missouri- Kansas City School of Law
See the Humanizing Legal Education Website Read the latest issues of The Learning Curve the newsletter of the AALS Section on Academic Support. Return to top
Professor Barbara Glesner Fines

28. General Education Classes
A number of courses in the general education program will reflect the Thememore intensively by incorporating missouri River topics or assignments.
General Education Courses Various aspects of the Natural and Cultural Heritage of the Missouri River will be incorporated in a number of introductory-level courses in Anthropology, Art History, Biology, Earth Science, English Literature, Geography, History, Political Science, as well as in Composition and Fundamentals of Speech. A number of courses in the General Education program will reflect the Theme more intensively by incorporating Missouri River topics or assignments. Some examples of general education elements that could relate to this theme are as follows: Written expression: Preparation of a scholarly paper, supported with logical arguments backed up with literature and data, on topics relating directly to historical or modern aspects of the Missouri River basin. Such topics might include: status and management of endangered flora and fauna in the river basin regulation and management of water flow through the reservoir system historical colonization patterns of Native American cultures in the upper Great Plains water user versus conservation interests in the basin the pros and cons of dam removal Oral communication: Present oral paper and/or participate in a debate on controversial topics pertinent to present-day status and management of the river basin, for example:

29. University Of Missouri - Career Center - General - Faculty & Staff
general Faculty Staff Faculty/Staff, 573) 882-1657 E-mail GysbersN@missouri.eduBS Science education Hope College; MS education/Counseling

30. Publications In The Missouri Attorney General's Office
Know Your Rights publicationThe Attorney general's Office and The missouri Bar haveavailable a free consumer education kit that comes with a teachers guide, 20
Pages that are in PDF format can be viewed with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
For a free copy of a publication, e-mail your name, mailing address, publication name and copies needed. MULTI-TOPIC CONSUMER GUIDES
Missouri Consumer Fraud Guide : For general public
Student Consumer Fraud Guide
: For college and high school students
Know Your Rights consumer education kit for teachers The Attorney General's Office and The Missouri Bar have available a free consumer education kit that comes with a teachers guide, 20-page workbook and 26-minute videotape. The Know Your Rights workbook and companion videotape are designed to educate high school students and other Missourians about their rights and responsibilities as consumers.
The easy-to-read workbook and videotape focus on such day-to-day issues as renting, buying a car and obtaining credit.

31. MERLIN - Missouri Education And Research Libraries Information Network
general Coverage. Art Architecture. Biology. Business. Chemistry. ComputerScience. education. Engineering. Ethics. Geology. Health Sciences. History. Humanities.
MERLIN Library Catalog Databases by Subject MERLIN Gateway MERLIN Databases by Subject In some cases a user ID and password may be required. Please use one of the campus gateway links for additional databases or more information. MERLIN GATEWAY MERLIN Library Catalog MERLIN Databases Alphabetically Listed

32. SHRP General Education Requirements Link
assure that all University of missouri requirements are student will receive a liberaleducation as required degree fall into five general categories School
School of Health Related Professions General Education Requirements
Freshman and sophomore students are enrolled in the School of Health Related Professions for academic advisement in order to complete general education and prerequisite courses. Students are advised by faculty and staff of the program in which they have declared a major. Undecided students are advised by the Associate Director for Student Affairs. Students should stay in close contact with their respective program faculty to be certain they are progressing satisfactorily toward completion of the prerequisites. Advisors will assist students in determining the proper time to make formal application to their respective programs.
Admission and Selection
While completing prerequisite courses, students must make formal application for admission to the professional component of the program of their choice. Enrollment in the professional component of each program in the School of Health Related Professions is limited. Students who begin their higher education at MU, as well as those who transfer to the university, must successfully compete for admission to the professional phase of the programs. Most programs in the School of Health Related Professions have a minimum GPA requirement to apply for admission. Please contact each program for specific information about GPA's and for courses allowed S/U and by correspondence study.
Due to the press of qualified Missouri residents, applications for nonresident students are not considered by the Physical Therapy Program.

33. General Education Status Report
missouri Western State College Adoption and Implementation of missouri’sGeneral education Goals 10/5/2001. Email comments to roever
Missouri Western State College
Adoption and Implementation
of Missouri’s General Education
E-mail comments to:
Dr. James Roever, Vice President for Academic Affairs
Tentative and open to revision The following material constitutes the MWSC proposal to implement the statewide general education program. The processes described and the materials presented are the work of the MWSC Faculty Senate General Studies Committee which includes members of the faculty and ex-officio members of the administration. Furthermore, there has been extensive collaboration with the faculty who have responsibility for courses included in MWSC General Education Program. This reports includes four parts:
  • Four Year General Education Program , which gives the MWSC rationale for General Education and its curricular design. General Education Reporting Matrix , which includes the statewide general education goals, the MWSC general education competencies, an identification of which courses address which competencies, and brief statements describing the assessment plan for validating this implementation. Faculty Peer Review , which presents copy of the process for faculty peer review of competency coverage and student achievement.

34. Southeast Missouri State University And Three Rivers Community College
Degree from Three Rivers Community College have completed the lower level UniversityStudies (general education) courses at Southeast missouri State University
Three Rivers Community College General Education Courses
Which Meet Southeast University Studies Requirements
Students who complete a transfer Associate Degree from Three Rivers Community College have completed the lower level University Studies (general education) courses at Southeast Missouri State University. However, for the student who plans to transfer to Southeast without completing the Associate Degree, the following courses taken at Three Rivers will meet University Studies requirements at Southeast. ARTISTIC EXPRESSION (Choose ONE Course):
ARTS 123 History and Appreciation of Art
MUSC 123 History and Appreciation of Music
MUSC 141 Theory I, Harmony
SPDR 120 History and Appreciation of Theatre
SPDR 122 History and Appreciation of Film LITERARY EXPRESSION (Choose ONE Course):
ENGL 153 Britain's Women Writers, Past and Present
ENGL 221 World Literature to 1600
ENGL 222 World Literature Since 1600
ENGL 223 Classical Mythology ENGL 231 English Literature to 1798 ENGL 232 English Literature Since 1798 ENGL 241 American Literature to 1870 ENGL 242 American Literature Since 1870 ENGL 281 Introduction to Old Testament Literature ENGL 282 Introduction to New Testament Literature MUSC 222 Music Literature II SPDR 223 Oral Interpretation of Literature PHIL 200 Introduction to Philosophy ORAL EXPRESSION (Choose ONE Course): FREN 101 Elementary French I FREN 102 Elementary French II FREN 201 Intermediate French I SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I

35. Southeast Missouri State University And Mineral Area College
Associate Degree from Mineral Area College have completed the lower level UniversityStudies (general education) courses at Southeast missouri State University
Mineral Area General Education Courses
Which Meet Southeast University Studies Requirements
Students who complete a transfer Associate Degree from Mineral Area College have completed the lower level University Studies (general education) courses at Southeast Missouri State University. However, for the student who plans to transfer to Southeast without completing the Associate Degree, the following courses taken at Mineral Area College will meet University Studies requirements at Southeast. ARTISTIC EXPRESSION (Choose ONE Course):
MUS 163 Appreciation of Music
MUS 165 Appreciation of Jazz
MUS 173 Introduction to Music
THE 100 Introduction to Theatre LITERARY EXPRESSION (Choose ONE Course):
ENG 212 Literary Masterpieces I
ENG 213 Literary Masterpieces II
ENG 233 English Literature I
ENG 234 English Literature II
ENG 243 American Literature I
ENG 244 American Literature II ENG 246 Readings in Short Fiction ENG 250 Multi-Cultural Literature PHI 140 Introduction to Philosophy ORAL EXPRESSION (Choose ONE Course): MFL 117 Elementary French MFL 127 Intermediate French MFL 137 Elementary Spanish MFL 147 Intermediate Spanish MFL 150 Elementary German MFL 151 Intermediate German MFL 213 French Composition and Conversation MFL 223 Spanish Composition and Conversation WRITTEN EXPRESSION (Choose ONE Course): ENG 134 English Composition II ENG 135 English Composition II (Honors) [ENG 133 is equivalent to English Composition I (EN 100) at Southeast] BEHAVIORAL SYSTEMS (Choose ONE Course): EDU 110 Psychology of Adolescence (required for middle and secondary education majors)

36. School Of Education - General Certification Information
Officer works closely with current students, KU alumni, and the general public,responding missouri Department of Elementary Secondary education web site
School of Education Resources Academic Services Undergraduate Advising Admissions Scholarships ... Field Experiences Certification Forms and Petitions KU Resources Admissions and Scholarships New Student Orientation Transfer Equivalency Graduate Studies ... University Career and Employment Services Certification/Licensure Information As the State of Kansas transitions to a new Licensure system beginning July 1, 2003, certification (or licensure) is getting more complex and we are here to help you! The Certification Officer at KU, Alisa Palmer Branham, is the central information source for all certification questions. Please read the following information and appropriate links, then feel free to contact her at if you need further assistance. The Certification Officer works closely with current students, KU alumni, and the general public, responding to 80-100 inquiries each day. KU alumni who need to have "verification" or "recommendation" forms completed for certification in other states should mail these forms directly to: Certification, KU School of Education, 1122 West Campus Rd., 211 JRP, Lawrence, KS 66045. Please allow two weeks for processing, three weeks during peak periods.

37. CP Requirement By General Education
Computer Proficiency Requirement. The Computer Proficiency Requirement is partof the University of missouriColumbia's general education Program (GEP).

38. USDOJ: Office Of The Attorney General - John Ashcroft
nonpartisan National Association of Attorneys general to choose Ashcroft was electedGovernor of missouri in 1984 as Chairman of the education Commission of
Last Updated 10/25/02
Attorney General John Ashcroft
Calling him "a man of great integrity, a man of great judgment and a man who knows the law," President George W. Bush announced his decision to nominate John Ashcroft to serve as Attorney General of the United States on December 22, 2000. Upon confirmation by the Senate, Ashcroft pledged to renew the war on drugs, reduce the incidence of gun violence and combat discrimination so no American feels outside the protection of the law.
Ashcroft was born in Chicago, Illinois, on May 9, 1942. He was raised in Springfield, Missouri, where he attended public schools until enrolling at Yale University, where he graduated with honors in 1964. He received his J.D. from the University of Chicago in 1967. He began his career of public service in 1973 as Missouri Auditor and was later elected to two terms as the state's Attorney General. His ability to work with leaders of both political parties prompted his colleagues in the non-partisan National Association of Attorneys General to choose him as Chairman.
Ashcroft was elected Governor of Missouri in 1984 and held that post until 1993. During his tenure, he balanced eight consecutive budgets and served as Chairman of the Education Commission of the States.

39. The DRM Regional Resource Directory: Missouri
Resources Developmental Disabilities See also Children, general, MultiService bulletDown Syndrome Association of Mid-missouri education See also
Home Subjects States Librarians ... Contact Us
The DRM Regional Resources Directory (States) Missouri - The Show Me State Updated 1/2002 State Index About / Hints / Link
See also Developmental Disabilities Multi-Service Agencies
COIN Health Center (directory of Mid-Missouri resources)
Governor's Council on Disability ...
Governor's Council on Disability Resource Directory
Advocacy and Legal Rights
ADA Project
Gateway Legal Services (social security issues) [added 3/9/02]
Missouri Coalition for Quality Care (long term care concerns)
National Resources
Boone County Council on Aging
Central Missouri Area Agency on Aging
ElderWeb - Missouri
Mid-East Area Agency on Aging ...
National Resources
RAIN Inc. (Regional AIDS Interfaith Network)
Allergy and Asthma
See also Respiratory Disorders
National Resources
Alzheimer's Disease
Alzheimer's Association - Chapters in Missouri
Heartland chapter
Mid-Missouri chapter
St. Louis chapter
Other chapters ...
National Resources
Missouri Arthritis Rehabilitation Research and Training Center
Missouri's Regional Arthritis Centers
National Resources
Very Special Arts Missouri
National Resources
Assistive Technology
ETC - Missouri's Interagency Assistive Technology Short-Term Loan Program
Missouri Assistive Technology Project
Missouri Technology Center for Special Education
University of Missouri - Columbia, Adaptive Computing Technology Center (ACT)

40. C.A.T.E.R.: Career And Technical Education Resources
110 of 16 Business education general Business education 25, 2003 ) Bulletin BoardIdeas - Business education Just Take It missouri Business Teachers Education&subset=General Busi

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