Three Holmes Scholar students, Pamela Harris, Marquita Hockaday, and Sharon Kim participated in the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) conference. Each student presented posters on original research at the conference.
Paige Tucker, a doctoral student in the Curriculum Leadership program, has been invited by Dr. Steve Staples, Superintendent of Public Instruction, to serve on the State Superintendent's Teacher Advisory Committee.
Education Policy Planning and Leadership students, alumni, and faculty present at the 2015 Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy.
An interview with Professor Rick Gressard was part of the cover story entitled Hidden in Plain Sight by Laurie Meyers of February’s issue of Counseling Today and CT Online.
William and Mary’s School of Education was well-represented at the 2014 ASHE annual conference held in Washington D.C. The William & Mary representatives including faculty, students, and alumni presented 16 papers at the conference.
At the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC), Dr. Tracy L. Cross, led the conference as President of NAGC. Dr. Kimberley L. Chandler, serves on the NAGC Board of Directors and was the recipient of the 2014 NAGC Early Leader Award.
A new course offered this semester through the William & Mary School of Education and Arts & Sciences enabled undergraduates to learn how faculty members study complex educational issues.
Leslie Bohon, Ph.D. candidate and Sharon Stone, Ph.D. ’14 are working with the Reves Center to pilot a program which prepares international students at William and Mary in high-quality intensive training in language skills and cultural competence.
A new book written by Jennifer L. Hindman, Ph.D. empowers instructional leaders to harness the selection research and unite it with their knowledge of the position needs in order create more targeted and effective interviews.