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Silvia Doud
Why I Became a School Counselor

Sylvia Doud, '94, M.Ed., '17 shares why she became a school counselor, what made her choose Loyola University Maryland's Master's in School Counseling program, and how it has positively impacted not just her career, but also her life.

Master of Arts in Teaching vs. Master of Education

For those looking to become a teacher what is the difference between a MAT and M.Ed.

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Faculty Spotlight - Mark Lewis

The new director of our MAT program sits down to talk about his experience in education and his future dreams for Loyola.

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What is curriculum and instruction for social justice?

Dr. Stephanie Flores-Koulish explains the curriculum and instruction for social justice program at Loyola University Maryland.

12th Annual Loyola Literacy Leadership Awards
Loyola's 2019 Literacy Leader and Educator of the Year Awards

Loyola’s 12th Annual Literacy Leadership Awards ceremony will be held on Monday, Feb. 11, 2019 at 6 p.m. in the 4th Floor Program Room in the Andrew White Student Center on Loyola’s Evergreen campus.

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Adell Cothorne Weighs in on the Issues Facing Children in Urban Areas

Adell Cothorne, clinical instructor and PDS coordinator, talks about the biggest issues facing students in urban areas.

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Stephanie Flores-Koulish, Ph.D. Shares Why Context Matters as Much as Curriculum in the Classroom

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.

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Larry Walker, Ed.D., Weighs in on Racism in the Classroom

Larry Walker, Ed.D., a lecturer in the Educational Leadership program, responds to the question, “What are the biggest mistakes teachers make when approaching race and racism in the classroom..."

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Margarita Gomez, Ph.D., Weighs in on Bilingual Education

Margarita Gomez, Ph.D., talks about why it’s beneficial for students to be bilingual, tips for parents looking to teach their child a second language, and how our schools can better integrate another language into their curriculum.

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Mindfulness for School Counselors

Erin Leach, M.Ed., an affiliate instructor at Loyola University Maryland, talks about the importance and benefits of mindfulness for school counselors.

Social Media: An Asset in the Classroom

Studies show that teachers have been slow to incorporate social media as an educational technology platform in the classroom. Today’s students are more connected through social media platforms than ever before. Not only that, parents are connected...

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