College of Education and Human Development - George Mason University

Coronavirus/COVID-19 Notice:

Mason to move to virtual instruction for rest of semester, extend spring schedule by a week. Find out what you need to know to be prepared. Visit Mason's Coronavirus Information page and read Dean Ginsberg’s letter to CEHD students.

Wellness Tip of the Week: Moderate Your Media Intake

In a time as fluid as this, it’s no surprise that the masses are hungry for information. Consumers are searching day and night for any update related to the novel coronavirus, and the media is happy to oblige and provide news around the clock.

While the CEHD Student Success Team is a huge advocate of being informed, we also think it’s important to keep a firm grasp on your wellness,…

I keep thinking about...

Assistant Dean for Student Success, Dr. Ivory Berry, shares what's on his mind this week as CEHD students adapt to the new normal for the spring 2020 semester.

Procrastination, Motivation, and Avoiding Distractions

In the recent weeks our lives have been turned upside down and it can be difficult to feel motivated and driven in a brand-new environment at home. Try the 5-steps below in your first week of remote learning to avoid procrastination, distractions, and to stay motivated!

Important Information for Educator Preparation Students

We know that there are many questions that you may have regarding the requirements for and associated opportunities to complete your field experience and internship. It is my hope that this communication will provide you with information that can answer some of your questions, as the situation remains very dynamic. I am confident that there soon will be additional information and greater clarity.

How To: Access the CEHD Education Librarian Remotely

CEHD Education Librarian, Anne (Driscoll) Melville is still available to assist CEHD students remotely during the spring 2020 semester.

Research Survey Help Needed

As part of the College of Education and Human Development's continuing efforts to support student research here at George Mason University, we are sharing this research study participation request:

All Mason undergraduate students are invited to participate in a study about student health, sustainability, and well-being.  This anonymous online survey

AACPS Teacher Diversity Job Fair

Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS), a large suburban school system centrally located between Baltimore and Washington, DC., is seeking talented educators to join their team.

AACPS will host their annual Teacher Diversity Job Fair on Saturday, March 7th from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.


Arts on the Horizon Summer Fellowships

Arts on the Horizon, a non-profit theatre company in Alexandria specializing in creating theatre arts programming and educational opportunities for children 0-6 is excited to offer several summer fellowships for the summer season. These paid fellowships include an education fellowship, as well as an arts administration fellowship. More…

Higher Ed. Student Preferred for GA position

Academic Advising Graduate Assistant Position, 10-20 hours per week, Undergraduate Education

Undergraduate Education offers a full-time Mason graduate student the exciting opportunity to work as a graduate assistant student wage employee for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester, with the potential for extension into the summer and following academic year. Undergraduate Education collaborates with Academic Advising units across campus, coordinates with the Mason Academic Advisors Network (MAAN) group, and is the office responsible for provost-level appeals, substitutions, and waivers for undergraduate students.  The graduate assistant will be expected to provide support in tracking appeals, researching best practices in academic advisor training and CRMs, learning and using the current advising CRM - Navigate, curating content on the central advising website and other projects as they arise. 

Fall 2019 Dean's List Honorees

Congratulations to the College of Education and Human Development students named to the Dean's List for the fall 2019 semester!

This honor is given to undergraduate students who have enrolled in at least six credits and have earned a GPA of 3.50 or higher for the semester.  These students were notified by an e-mail from Associate Dean Dr. Ellen Rodgers, but we wanted to acknowledge them…