• Class of 2018

  • Program Education Technology

In addition to pursuing his Master of Education in Educational Technology, David Dutrow is an English teacher at Mt. St. Joseph High School in Irvington, Md., where he provides professional development services and resources for teachers in the area of education technology. “What I love most about Loyola's Ed Tech program is its cohort model,” he explains. “I have the privilege of being in an incredible cohort of educators, and many of us have become close companions and friends. The model has greatly increased my professional learning network, and I know I will be communicating and collaborating with my cohort long after we graduate.” In the future, David hopes to lead education field trips and act as an official ed tech coach and teacher. The Baltimore native also holds a B.A. from James Madison University and a Master of Liberal Studies from Notre Dame of Maryland.

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David Dutrow
Every teacher and administrator I have met that has attended Loyola is confident, open-minded, and creative, and I think this is a testament to the programs in which they have engaged.

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