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Smith College. Department of Education and Child Study



The Department of Education and Child Study at Smith College is dedicated to the study of education as an institution in our society, the teaching-learning process, and children from birth through adolescence. The Department has seven full time faculty representing expertise in a variety of curriculum fields, educational psychology, philosophy of education, history of education, special education, reading, children's literature, instructional technology, education of the deaf and assessment. We support teacher preparation programs in early childhood, elementary, secondary, and education of the deaf. Among the many rich resources available at Smith is a laboratory school, the Smith College Campus School, with programs for infants through sixth grade.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Department of Education and Child Study records

Identifier: CA-MS-01074
Abstract The Department of Education and Child Study at Smith prepares some students to become educational leaders while offering others a strong foundation for careers in history, science, literature, business, and counseling. The collection contains photos and an oral history project, as well as a large amount of Campus School material, including Advisory Board files, curriculum material, minutes, budgets, Treasurer's reports, Annual Fund information, Board of Counselors records, correspondence and...
Dates of Materials: 1920 - 2009

Sue Freeman papers

Identifier: CA-MS-01097

Sue Joan Mendelson Freeman was a psychologist and professor of education and child study at Smith College from 1974 to 2011, when she retired. Her papers consist primarily of materials concerning Professor Freeman's work at Smith College including course planning materials, information on professional conferences and research material.

Dates of Materials: 1974 - 2010