At a homecoming weekend symposium, Ted Dintersmith discussed a new look at the way we train our teachers and deliver the education model. A plan to overhaul the educational system in the United States.
Faculty, students and members of the community met at the School of Education Oct. 14 to talk about the future of higher education.
Dr. Jake Joseph introduced the exciting world of maker space at a workshop where participants can gather to create, invent, tinker, explore and discover using a variety of tools and materials such as 3D printers.
Three doctoral students attended the Institute on Teaching and Mentoring which focuses on providing minority students with information and strategies to pursue graduate studies and succeed as future faculty members.
The higher education program sponsored a set of teaching and workshops by visiting scholar Dr. Amanda Irvin, Assistant Director of Faculty Development in the Koehler Center for Teaching Excellence at Texas Christian University.
Sue ’76 and John ’75 Gerdelman have established the Gerdelman Family Professorship, the first term professorship designated exclusively for School of Education mid-career faculty.
Dr. Stephanie Blackmon became the most recent addition to the School of Education’s Higher Education program this fall.
Coming from a teaching position at Howard University in Washington, D.C., Meredith Kier joined the William & Mary faculty as a science teacher.
a 1999 graduate of William & Mary, Kristin Conradi has come back this time to serve as an Assistant Professor of Reading Education.