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Video Discussion: Online Courses in Dyslexia Screening and Bullying Prevention


On May 31, 2019 Dr. Erica Lembke and Dr. Chad Rose of the University of Missouri Department of Special Education gave a Facebook Live presentation in which they discussed new online courses available through eMINTS eLearning for Educators.

Screening for Dyslexia and Other Related Disorders, developed by Erica Lembke, Ph.D. and Jennifer Kuehnle, M.Ed., is a two-hour, self-paced course providing information that includes identification characteristics of a child with dyslexia and the impact it can have on the academic and social life. The course includes information about the new Missouri Law 635 and how to meet the requirements for screening and professional development which went into effect the 2018-2019 school year. This course is available now for only $30.

Awareness and Prevention of School-Based Bullying, developed by Chad A. Rose, is a two-hour, self-paced course which addresses many of the myths around bullying perpetuated by the media and provides teachers with the tools they need to understand and prevent bullying in their schools. This course will be available July 1.


Come see eMINTS at #MOREnet2016!

See eMINTS at #MOREnet2016!

Join eMINTS from October 10-13, 2016 in Osage Beach, MO for the 2016 MOREnet Annual Conference. eMINTS staff will be presenting in room 76 on Oct 10 and Oct 12. See the full eMINTS room schedule at!

For more information and how to register, visit the MOREnet Annual Conference registration site at



Register now for eMINTS eLearning courses









Registration for the eMINTS eLearning is NOW OPEN.

Course offerings for winter semester include the following:

  • Digital Age Learning with iPads (NEW)
  • ELLs in the Mainstream Classroom (NEW)
  • Online Tools for Digital Age Learning (NEW)
  • More Google Tools
  • Chromebooks in the Classroom
  • Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms (Intel)
  • Computational Thinking and Simulations in the Classroom (NEW)
    NOTE: Up to 50 seats and included software are available for this course at no cost to participants, thanks to a Google Grant.
  • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving with Game Design
    NOTE: A limited number of 20 scholarship seats will be available for those wishing to participate in a research study. The scholarship includes course registration fee, an Agent Sheets building site license for at least one year, and a $200 stipend upon completion of all of the requirements. Please see the full course description for more details and to review the requirements.

Register now!

Courses begin February 24, 2016.

Follow us on Twitter at @elearn4edu for discount codes and updates!

Click for more information about the eMINTS eLearning program.

Click for information about taking our courses for graduate credit.


Moneyball for Government Announces eMINTS Leader as New Non-Profit All-Star

Moneyball for Government Announces eMINTS Leader as New Non-Profit All-Star

MoneyballforGovMoneyball for Government, a project of Results for America dedicated to encouraging governments at all levels to increase their use of data and evidence when investing limited taxpayer dollars, announced today the addition of 33 non-profit leaders to its Moneyball for Government All-Star team, including eMINTS Executive Director Lorie Kaplan. The 33 leaders announced today represent CEOs, presidents, executives and founders of leading national non-profit organizations committed to improving lives using data-driven, evidence-based solutions. See full press release, click here.

The new non-profit All-Stars announced today include Social Innovation Fund (SIF) and Investing in Innovation (i3) fund grantees and supporters. For more information about these programs, click here.

About Moneyball for Government

Just as Billy Beane, General Manager of the Oakland A’s, famously transformed baseball by ignoring the scouts and instead used data to build championship contending teams despite limited budgets, Moneyball for Government has the potential to transform the way government at all levels makes important funding decisions. Instead of relying on gut instinct, or worse, special interests, policymakers must use data and evidence when deciding how best to invest increasingly limited taxpayer dollars.

About Results for America

Results for America (RFA) improves outcomes for young people, their families, and communities by shifting public resources toward evidence-based, results-driven solutions.

RFA is working to achieve this goal by building a strong bipartisan “Invest in What Works” coalition; developing and advancing the next generation of evidence-based, results-driven practices, policies, and programs; and supporting leaders at all levels of government to invest in what works.

In November, 2014, Results for America published Moneyball for Government, the best-selling book authored by a bipartisan group of nationally-recognized experts to help ensure that budget, policy, and management decisions by governments at all levels are informed by the best possible data and evidence about what works.

For more information about Results for America, visit


White Paper: Connections and Convergence: eMINTS and Personalized Learning

We are excited to share our recent white paper titled Connections and Convergence: eMINTS and Personalized Learning. This paper describes and contrasts the two primary paths to designing personalized learning environments in U.S. K-12 schools: 1) the technology-driven path, and 2) the pedagogical- and student-driven path. The paper explains how Springdale Public Schools and eMINTS National Center in the University of Missouri (MU) College of Education approach the pedagogical- and student-driven path.

Download Connections and Convergence: eMINTS and Personalized Learning (PDF)