News & Highlights
Leah Katherine Saal, Ph.D., co-director and assistant professor of the literacy education program at Loyola University Maryland's School of Education was awarded the Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic's Early Career Engaged Scholarship Award.
Kristina Collins, co-director and clinical instructor of the literacy education program at Loyola University Maryland, shares her top ten ways families can celebrate National Family Literacy Month.
Tara Jackson, a 2019 graduate of Loyola University Maryland's School of Education Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice program, shares her capstone experience that she helped to implement at her Baltimore City public school.
School counselors play a vital role in today’s dynamic school systems. Perhaps more than ever, students from pre-kindergarten through high school face any number of stressors in school, at home, and in the community. As a certified Maryland school counselor, you have the chance to help students navigate the complex waters of early childhood and adolescence so they can make the most of their education.
Leah Katherine Saal, Ph.D., co-director and assistant professor of the literacy education program at Loyola University Maryland, was selected as a finalist for the 2019 Ernest A. Lynton Award.
Meron Ogans, '19, shares how the educational technology program at Loyola University Maryland gave her the skills and tools to become a better teacher and leader at her school.
Ramon B. Goings, Ed.D., assistant professor in the educational leadership program at Loyola University Maryland has been awarded a two-year grant from the National Science Foundation.
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?
Loyola University Maryland's School of Education is honored to have two of its alumni be named nominees for the State of Maryland 2018-2019 Teachers of the Year award and winners for their county.
Dr. Marie K. Heath, an assistant professor in Loyola's School of Education Master's in Educational Technology program, shares tips for teachers and parents regarding supporting student activism.