Two students in the online counseling program share their experiences of meeting their classmates in person for the first time, being inducted into the professional honor society for counseling students, and what life as an online student looks like.
On February 28-29, 2020, the W&M Center for Education will bring together experts, practitioners and parents for a conference around the topic of twice-exceptional learners.
Leandra Parris, assistant professor of school psychology, has developed the first scale to measure social media rumination in adolescents, but this was not her intention when she first started her research working with at-risk youth.
Tracy L. Cross, the Jody and Layton Smith Professor of Psychology and Gifted Education, was recently determined to be the world’s most productive researcher in gifted education according to a study published in High Ability Studies. The article aimed to identify key thinkers in the field, as well as the primary institutions that generate research on giftedness and the extent of international, institutional, and individual collaboration.
The Eastern Virginia Writing Project, now under the direction of Lindy Johnson, assistant professor of English education, offers workshops to help teachers strengthen their own writing skills and evolve their writing programs.
Pamela Eddy, professor of Higher Education, delivered the annual Don A. Buchholz Lecture in the Bill J. Priest Center for Community College Education at the University of North Texas (UNT) sharing her research on community college leadership and development.