Introduction to Theology (TH201S)
An introduction to the Jewish and Christian scriptures, the history of Christianity, and the way these texts and traditions challenge, and are challenged by, the contemporary world.
Language and Literacy as Lens for Learning (RE219S)
In this class, we explore how the languaging process affects our understanding of literacy acquisition. By looking into our own literacy practices, we learn more about the multiple, often divergent, ways literacy develops. The goal is to build a nuanced perspective on literacy processes in order to complicate our teaching craft.
Dr. Margarita Zisselsberger is an assistant professor of literacy education. Her research focuses on the language and literacy development of young culturally and linguistically diverse learners..
I am from Monmouth County, NJ, a graduate of Loyola class of 2008 and have worked for the university since 2009. I am now in graduate school at Loyola, hoping to finish my master’s next spring. In my current position at Loyola I don’t frequently have the opportunity to work with students, so I am looking forward to Messina in the fall.