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The School of Education’s Educational Leadership program hosted the Art of Leadership Conference at Loyola University Maryland's Timonium Graduate Center.
The School of Education's Educational Technology program hosted the 2nd Annual EdCamp Loyola at Loyola University Maryland’s Columbia Graduate Center.
Are you interested in a career in teaching but are confused about the difference between an MAT and an M.Ed.
You may be wondering, "What can I do with a school counseling degree?" School counselors are agents of change, both at the individual and school level. School counselors provide counseling at the individual level so that students from kindergarten to high school can be empowered to reach their potential. At the school level, school counselors advocate on behalf of the profession and their students. School counselors understand social justice and have knowledge of the policies and politics that impact a school system.
The Loyola University Maryland School of Education Master's in Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice program will sponsor the 21st annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice in Washington, D.C. from November 3-5.
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Margarita Zisselsberger, Ph.D., weighs in on what today’s third-graders learn in the classroom.
Adell Cothorne, clinical instructor and PDS coordinator, talks about the biggest issues facing students in urban areas.
Ramon Goings, Ph.D., and Larry Walker, Ed.D., coauthored a peer review journal article, "School and District Leaders' Role in Diversifying the Teacher Workforce."
Stephanie Flores-Koulish, Ph.D., shares why context matters as much as curriculum in the classroom. Stephanie delves into why it’s important for educators to take a context-focused approach to teaching.