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Center for Gifted Education The Center for Gifted Education, a research and development center, provides services to educators, policy makers, graduate students, researchers, parents and students in support of the needs of gifted and talented individuals.
Centers, Institutes & Projects In addition to providing a spectrum of regular degree programs, the School sponsors or co-sponsors a number of special enrichment and outreach programs with direct impact on local, state and national communities.
Chi Sigma Iota Chi Sigma Iota is the international honor society for professional counseling. Established in 1985, Chi Sigma Iota was created to promote and recognize outstanding academic and clinical excellence in the profession of counseling. Counselors-in-training, counselor educators, and professional counselors alike who are committed to research and service can unite through Chi Sigma Iota.
Clinical Faculty Program The William & Mary Clinical Faculty Program is a professional development opportunity for successful teachers who wish to contribute to the preparation and support of pre-service and beginning teachers.
Collaborative Teaching The master's degree program in Special Education: General Curriculum (K-12) prepares special education teachers to implement evidence-based practices of interdisciplinary and collaborative environments for special needs children.
Clinical Mental Health & Addictions Counseling The M.Ed. program in Clinical Mental Health & Addictions Counseling is designed to provide students with an educational foundation in counseling theory and technique that will facilitate their achievement of the professional standards required for practice as a counselor in community agency settings.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling The CACREP accredited program prepares students for service as Licensed Professional Counselors with professional practice focused on the need for prevention, advocacy and positive social change in communities in addition to individual and group counseling intervention.
Comprehensive Exams Formal written and oral comprehensive exams are required for admission to doctoral candidacy. The Office of Academic Programs schedules the comprehensive examination.
Conceptual Framework The Conceptual Framework of the School of Education incorporates a shared view of how to best prepare our graduates to deliver services to children, schools, families and communities in a manner that will promote educationally and psychologically healthy environments in a pluralistic society.
Conference Center The 11,000 square foot Professional Development Center (PDC) is the School of Education's main venue for hosting meetings, conferences, and other events in support of the professional development of educators. The PDC can accommodate meetings for 10 to 375 people.
Counseling and School Psychology The School Psychology and Counseling programs prepare highly qualified professionals to practice in the public schools or in related educational and mental health settings.
Counselor Education The CACREP accredited doctoral program in Counselor Education is designed to evaluate the theory and practice of counseling through quantitative and qualitative research and to prepare educators and leaders in the field of counseling.
Couples, Marriage and Family Counseling The Concentration in Couples, Marriage and Family Counseling provides coursework in family counseling theory and techniques with special attention to working with multi-challenged families.
Course Exemptions Graduate students who believe they have previously met the objectives of a graduate course offered by the School of Education may request a program course exemption.
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Curriculum & Educational Technology The Curriculum and Educational Technology (CET) doctoral concentration addresses the ever-increasing demand for educational leaders who understand the effective use of technology in maximizing student achievement, as well as educators' professional development.
Curriculum & Instruction The need for better educated, better prepared teachers has never been greater. Moreover, there will be a steadily rising demand for well-prepared, effective teachers as the nation's schools work to raise the quality of instruction, reduce class sizes and expand academic programs.
Curriculum Leadership The Curriculum Leadership (CL) doctoral concentration addresses the need for administrators and teacher leaders to understand innovative curriculum, instruction, and assessment for K-12 education and develop the leadership skills to successfully implement them.