Educational Technology and School Counseling Faculty in the News
Faculty of Loyola University Maryland’s School of Education have great insight and knowledge when it comes to their field of study and are often asked to interview and provide their input on various topics.
Two faculty members from the School of Education, Gayle Cicero, Ed.D., clinical assistant professor in the school counseling program, and Marie Heath, Ed.D., assistant professor of the educational technology program, have recently been featured in local and national news outlets.
Marie Heath, Educational Technology
Featured in The Washington Post article, "Teaching impeaching: History comes to life in school as teachers seize on this historic moment. Here's what some are doing -- and how."
Featured in Baltimore’s Child, "Talking Politics With Your Kids," about navigating political discussions with kids.
Featured in Washington Family, "Talking Politics With Your Kids," about navigating political discussions with kids.
Featured in Frederick's Child Magazine, "Politics and Parenting: We Need Help!"
Gayle Cicero, School Counseling
Featured in The Washington Post column, "Big boys and girls DO cry: How teachers and parents should talk to children about traumatic events."
Featured in an interview with Parents Magazine, "3 Everyday Situations That Seem Like No Big Deal But Can Be Traumatic for Kids," regarding childhood trauma.