As a challenging semester comes to an end, we asked Natasha Townsend M.Ed. ‘21, a master’s student in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, to share strategies to help individuals and families better cope with stress through mindfulness.
The Minor in Educational Studies is designed for undergraduate students of any major who are interested in studying domestic or global educational issues. Hear from current and former students about the impact of the program on their studies.
Esther Kim, assistant professor of social studies education and a scholar of civic education in schools, shares strategies, tips and resources for educators and parents navigating conversations with kids and young people during a particularly contentious presidential election season.
When schools transitioned to online learning in March, teachers across the country had to quickly learn how to fit their classrooms into each student’s home. For ESL and bilingual teachers there were additional challenges to keeping students and their families engaged at home while also incorporating students’ cultural backgrounds into online learning.
Meet the master's and doctoral students who will conduct research and collaborate with mentors to promote social justice in academia and in professional practice in education, counseling, and law.
What’s it like to see William & Mary from both sides of the classroom — as a student and then as a faculty member? William & Mary spoke with alumni faculty members to see what it's like to come full circle.