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Bianca Solorzano, Montessori Education Graduate
My Experience in Loyola's Master's in Montessori Education Program

Bianca Solorzano, '20, shares her experience in Loyola University Maryland's Center for Montessori Education's Master's in Montessori Education program.

Loyola's Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice Program Shaped My Way of Thinking as a Person and an Educator

Brad Belin, '11, shares how Loyola's Master's in Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice program shaped his way of thinking as a person and an educator.

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Loyola's Reading Specialist Program Receives National Recognition

Loyola University Maryland's School of Education Reading Specialist program receives National Recognition for Teacher Readiness from the International Literacy Association.

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How Can an Educational Technology Degree Change My Teaching Career?

What can a teacher do with a Master's of Educational Technology degree? A look into what the Master's of Educational Technology program is at Loyola University Maryland and the possible career paths that can be taken.

During the Coronavirus Pandemic, Loyola Educators Offer Leadership

Loyola University Maryland's School of Education faculty members share tips and resources during coronavirus pandemic.

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Meeting the Challenges of Teaching English Language Learners & Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students Online during COVID

Kristina Collins, co-director of the literacy education program at Loyola University Maryland, shares tips on how to pivot from teaching culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) students in the classroom to meeting their needs with online instruct...

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Congratulations to the 2020 Teachers of Promise Institute Candidates

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...

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The Loyola Pedagogy of Care

In the shadow of this global pandemic, the faculty of Loyola University Maryland’s School of Education Master’s in Educational Technology program want educators to not lose sight that the well-being of our teachers and learners remains as important...

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Online Reading Skills Programs for Students

Loyola University Maryland's School of Education announces spring and summer 2020 Live Online Reading Skills Programs to help students build strong skills and a love of reading.

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Why I chose Loyola's Master's in School Counseling program

Brenna LaRose, a 2015 graduate of the Master's in School Counseling program at Loyola, shares why she chose to pursue her master's at Loyola.

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Loyola's School Counseling Program Made Me a Confident and Culturally Competent Counselor

Gabriel "Gabby" Diener is a 2018 graduate of Loyola's Master's in School Counseling program. She shares how Loyola's school counseling program made her a confident, culturally competent counselor.

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Clinical Supervision is a Partnership

Loyola University Maryland's Master's in School Counseling program offers supervision that is creative, student-centered, mindfulness-focused, and a strong partnership between supervisor and student.

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