College of Education & Human Services
Transformative Workshop Presentation
Chelsea Normandeau, recent Longwood University graduate, is shown above presenting her project at her school district Transformative Learning Workshop. The students in her Applied Math class are on a modified curriculum. Once a week they have a job in the library where they help out with whatever the librarians need help with (hanging newspapers, cleaning, shelving books, etc.). Then they get a "paycheck" for their work, and they use the money to shop for groceries, pay rent and utilities, etc. They're learning financial skills, and also basic job skills. Ms. Normandeau is currently a teacher at Grafton Middle School in Yorktown, VA.
Spring 2012 CEHS Showcase
Longwood Students Train for the FutureLongwood athletic training majors who volunteered during Saturday's Suntrust Richmond Marathon were featured on WWBT-12 (NBC, Richmond) and in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
A feature interview, "Longwood Students Train for the Future," was part of the Richmond Marathon Highlight Special that aired on WWBT on Sunday, November 13 at 1:30 p.m. Seniors Kaylyn Hopkins and Derik Claar, along with Dr. Sharon Menegoni, assistant professor of athletic training and program director for athletic training education, were interviewed and other Longwood athletic training majors appear in the background of the video.
To view the full interview, click on the link below and access the video player in the top right corner of the screen.
In the RTD, Longwood senior
Matt Rawlins and freshman Hanna Sacks, are pictured in a special section dedicated to coverage of the marathon. The photo, below, also can be viewed with others at
CEHS Alumni Receives Award
The above photo is from the Alumni Awards Banquet held on Friday, March 4, 2011. Ms. Lisa Brodie Williams, one of the award recipients (The Thomas Jefferson Professional Achievement Alumni Award) is pictured here with Dr. Jones. Ms. Williams is a National Board certified teacher at Maggie L. Walker Governor's School. She is also receiving a Professionals Who Made a Difference award on this Thursday from the College of Education and Human Services.
Departments & Programs
- Education and Special Education
- Health, Athletic Training, Recreation & Kinesiology
- Social Work and Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Speech Language Pathology Online
- Call Me Mister
Centers & Services
- Office of Professional Services
- Infant & Toddler Connection
- Institute for Teaching through Technology & Innovative Practices
- Longwood Center for Communication, Literacy and Learning
- Renaissance Group
- Virginia Comprehensive Health Education Training and Resource Center
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