Watch Abi Wilberding discuss her hands-on learning experiences as a graduate student in Teacher Preparation
Professor David Shriberg, who worked as a school psychologist for three years, sees bullying as a major social justice issue. And he’s doing everything he can to stop it.
When a partnership between Loyola and Senn High School began in May 2012, the plan was two-fold: to help develop Senn into a quality neighborhood school and to create a wall-to-wall International Baccalaureate program there. Less than two years later, that partnership has proven much more fruitful than the initial goals.
Whitney Smurr’s passion for learning and teaching others makes her an easy choice for a President’s Medallion. Outside the classroom, Smurr goes above and beyond as well. She’s the vice president of the Agape Christian Fellowship and a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society.
Chicago native Lynne Rooth Golomb earned her doctoral degree at Loyola and went on to develop the School of Education’s new Ed.D program for school psychology.
Beginning spring semester 2014, Dr. Anita Thomas will assume the role of Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research for the School of Education. . . .
What do several countries, scores of dioceses, hundreds of Catholic schools, and thousands of Catholic school teachers have in common? They’ve all worked with the faculty and staff of the Center for Catholic School Effectiveness (CCSE) over the last 10 years. More...
Amy Heineke grew up in a family of teachers. Now, as an assistant professor in Loyola’s School of Education, she’s getting the next generation of teachers ready for the classroom.
Teacher Preparation Programs Receive Unconditional Recognition from International Baccalaureate Organization
The School of Education received exciting news from the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) examiners that its undergraduate and graduate programs in teacher preparation were being unanimously recommended for unconditional recognition with commendations (subject to legal agreements). This recognition will enable future graduates of our elementary and secondary teacher preparation programs the option of teaching in IB schools in the U.S. and worldwide. . . .