Stephanie Blackmon, assistant professor of higher education, has several recent articles focused on the use of MOOCs and other online course offerings for higher education students.
The Locke-Paisley Outstanding Mentoring Award was given to Patrick Mullen, assistant professor of counselor education in the William & Mary School of Education, during the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (SACES) annual conference in Myrtle Beach Oct 11-13, 2018.
As Rwanda commemorates the 25th anniversary of the genocide that took the lives of more than a million people, a group of William & Mary students will spend three weeks examining the event through the eyes of those who experienced it. The seven-credit course is open to both undergraduate and graduate students and will take place May 14-31, 2019.
Although the educational policy process can be complex, it is much easier to learn when you are involved in the action taking place. Students from the School of Education’s EPPL 601 Educational Policy: Development & Analysis course and several visiting international students had the opportunity to experience the policy process live during a course-related trip to Washington D.C. in October.
Jacqueline Rodriguez's, assistant professor in the School of Education work reviewing efforts by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) to bolster inclusive education in Jordan was recently published in a 2018 edition of the Journal of International Special Needs Education.
This fall, the first cohort of the Excellence in University Teaching Program has brought nine faculty members from William & Mary's sister university in Chengdu, China, for an exchange of ideas around university pedagogy, course design and student engagement. The project is a collaboration of the School of Education with the Reves Center for International Studies