News & Highlights
Loyola's Teacher Education department announces finalist from its graduating class that will participate in the Maryland State Department of Education's (MSDE) 12th Teachers of Promise Institute being held virtually on May 15, 2020. MSDE will provide finalists with a mentor to guide them through their transition into the classroom.
Loyola University Maryland's fully online Master's in Educational Technology program goes beyond the technology training educators receive in their school and develops transformative educators and technology leaders.
Loyola University Maryland announces its 2021 Maryland State Department of Education Teacher of Promise Institute Finalists and Semi-finalists.
Eric Hines, M.Ed. '22, a student in Loyola's School of Education Educational Technology program, receives the Maryland State Education Association's Minority Recognition Award.
Faculty of the Educational Technology program at Loyola University Maryland receive a grant to help develop courses for special education leaders.
Dr. Kelly Keane, director of educational technology at Loyola University Maryland, shares three reasons why snow days are essential for kids, parents, and educators.
Loyola University Maryland's American Kodály Institute now offers a 12-credit Kodály Music Education Certificate program.
Faculty and alumni of the Master's in Educational Leadership program at Loyola University Maryland share their experiences and what they love about the program.
Dr. Kelly Keane, program director of the Master's in Educational Technology program at Loyola University Maryland, shares with EdSurge why she's hopeful about the future of education.
Sarah Flaherty, a graduate student in Loyola University's Maryland Master of Arts in Teaching program, shares how it's been teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic and how Loyola has prepared her.