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Clubs and Organizations

Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society

Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) is an international honor society in education. KDP promotes the ideals of scholarship, high personal standards and promise in teaching and allied professions.

The Flagler chapter was chartered in 1997.

Kappa Delta Pi is dedicated to scholarship and excellence in education. The society is a community of scholars pledged to worthy ideals: It recognizes scholarship and excellence in education, promotes the development and dissemination of worthy educational ideas and practices, enhances the continuous growth and leadership of its diverse membership, fosters Inquiry and reflection on significant educational issues, and maintains a high degree of professional fellowship.


A student performance group representing Flagler College that combines sign language, music and choreography. The goal of this group is to present a message promoting awareness of the beauty and expressiveness of signing, while providing entertainment for various audiences. SPIRIT also works toward improving the manual communication skills of group members.

Deaf Awareness Club

This club seeks to create a supportive community through exposure to and the exchange of ideas related to the field of deaf education. Members are encouraged to create and take part in volunteer opportunities in order to spread knowledge and awareness about deaf culture.

Internship Opportunities

Prior to their internship experience, all students must have completed the department requirements, which include completing the application for an education internship, maintaining a 2.5 GPA, passing of the state-required general knowledge exam, submitting the portfolio, successfully completing all coursework, and finally, passing all sections of the Florida Teacher Certification Examinations specific to their area of certification.

After all of these requirements have been satisfied, students enter their internship for a period of 16 weeks. The configuration of this internship depends upon the area of certification pursued by the student. Students who are in a single degree and certification area (e.g. elementary education) will be placed in one classroom for a total of sixteen weeks. Students who are in a dual certification program (e.g. deaf education/elementary education) will be placed in one classroom for each certification area for eight weeks each. This means the student will be in an elementary classroom with hearing children for eight weeks and an elementary classroom with deaf children for eight weeks.


Application for Student Teaching Internship

Carl Williams is one of Flagler’s most distinguished and hardworking professors in the education department.
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