News & Highlights
Rachael Martines, '18, MAT '19 starts every day as an intern at Lakeland Elementary-Middle School at 7 a.m. It's only a little while before her students come in and it's off to the races. Find out more about her day and what she values about her experience.
Loyola University Maryland's School of Education announced this year's winners of the Literacy Leader Award and Educator of the Year Award.
Loyola University Maryland’s School of Education will have faculty participating at this year’s American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference on April 4-9, 2019 in Toronto, Canada.
Loyola's School of Education curriculum and Instruction for social justice Master's program, along with co-host, The National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE), hosted its first annual Media Literacy Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice Education conference at Loyola University Maryland.
Hena Shami, '18, graduate of Loyola's School of Education Master of Arts in Teaching program, brings culture and diversity to South Carroll High School.
Introducing members of the Loyola TeachersConnect community.
RaShawna Sydnor, '12, shares her highlights and experiences in the curriculum and instruction for social justice program at Loyola.
Dr. Stephanie Flores-Koulish, Associate Professor and Director of the Curriculum and Instruction program at Loyola University Maryland reflects on Curriculum and Instruction as a program and why it's not only an important program for teachers, but how it as a program supports the core values of the University as whole.
Have you always wanted to work with young children? Perhaps you’ve seen the difference a teacher can make in the life of a student and you want to make an impact? Maybe your current career is just not satisfying and you feel called to teach? These are just a few reasons people often cite for why they returned to school to become an elementary or secondary teacher. If you’ve made the decision that this is the career path for you, you are probably wondering: How do I become a teacher?
Margarita Zisselsberger, Ph.D., shares her thoughts on support for bilingual students and their educators in a Baltimore Sun story.