Loyola University Chicago

School of Education

Videos

  • Commercial: SuccessFiles with Rob Lowe

    Ramblers TEACH and with that mission, Loyola University Chicago's School of Education has developed a teacher preparation program that has drawn national attention. As the only university in the country to teach all of its teacher prep courses in working schools, Loyola is preparing teachers who can teach all students in service of social justice. Keep an eye out for Loyola Teacher Prep to be featured on SuccessFiles with Rob Lowe on your local PBS station as an innovator in education and teacher preparation. Watch Video
  • Full Segment: SuccessFiles with Rob Lowe

    Ramblers TEACH and with that mission, Loyola University Chicago's School of Education has developed a teacher preparation program that has drawn national attention. As the only university in the country to teach all of its teacher prep courses in working schools, Loyola is preparing teachers who can teach all students in service of social justice. Keep an eye out for Loyola Teacher Prep to be featured on SuccessFiles with Rob Lowe on your local PBS station as an innovator in education and teacher preparation. Watch Video
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    Commencement 2016

    Watch the complete School of Education 2016 Commencement ceremony, held at the Gentile Arena on May 10, 2016. LeViis Haney (EdD '11), principal of Joseph Lovett Elementary School, delivered the keynote address and Sun Ah Jun was the student speaker.
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    Professionalism in the Service of Social Justice

    Dr. David Shriberg, Assistant Professor in Loyola University Chicago's School of Education, discusses the function of the conceptual framework and explains its foundation in social justice. Watch Video
  • Meet Our Enrollment Advisor

    Mirtza Campbell will answer your questions, meet with you about our grad programs, and guide you through the application process. Watch Video
  • Regional Social Imaginary Affecting Caribbean Educational Policy Space

    Dr. Tavis Jules, an Assistant Professor of Cultural and Educational Policy Studies, argues that the the rise of the Caribbean educational policy space was driven by various regulations constructed by supranational organizations and institutions and then implemented at the national level.
  • Commencement 2015

    2015 Commencement Student Address

    Sarah Solger (BA ’15) delivers her commencement address to Loyola University Chicago's School of Education at Gentile Arena on May 5, 2015. Watch Video
  • 2015 Commencement Keynote Address

    Karen M. O'Brien, PhD delivers her commencement address to Loyola University Chicago's School of Education at Gentile Arena on May 5, 2015. Watch Video
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    Commencement 2015 Ceremony

    Watch the School of Education's 2015 Commencement ceremony. Watch Video
  • See how Loyola gets students ready to teach—right away

    Thanks to a partnership with Chicago Public Schools, the School of Education is giving undergraduates the chance to learn directly from working teachers in diverse settings. “It’s time on the ground,” said Melanie Zagorski, a secondary education and history double-major. Watch Video
  • Teaching & Learning

    Student Spotlight: Meet Cynthia Raya

    "We're in this urban school setting that not everyone's exposed to." Watch Video
  • Teaching & Learning

    Student Spotlight: Meet Zehra Gokal

    Elementary education major Zehra Gokal choose Loyola because "your freshman year, your first semester, you get to go to classrooms." Watch Video
  • Counseling

    'I've learned a lot about myself'

    Grad student Daniel Camacho talks about the bedrock of Loyola's counseling psychology program: social justice, diversity, and real world experience. Watch Video
  • Administration & Supervision

    'A higher role in leadership'

    For LeViis Haney, Loyola's administration and supervision doctoral program helped broaden his horizons by connecting with colleagues across the state. Watch Video
  • School Psychology

    'Someone that people can count on'

    Tamanna Haque, graduate of the MEd/EdS in School Psychology program, prepared her for her career through mentorship, support, and the opportunity to do research. Watch Video
  • Higher Education

    'Challenging each other, supporting each other'

    MEd in Higher Education student Devita Bishundat appreciates the strong sense of community at Loyola. Watch Video
  • Teaching & Learning

    'A blending of theory and practice'

    Kelly N. Ferguson, doctoral student in curriculum and instruction, appreciates the programs practitioner-researcher framework. Watch Video
  • 'What mark do you want to make on this program?'

    Explore Loyola's diverse educational community, and its emphasis on social justice. Watch Video
  • Teaching & Learning

    A 'trail-blazing' approach to teacher preparation

    "With Loyola, we have our professors there after we do observations. And we get to ask the questions immediately, on-site." Watch Video
  • Teaching & Learning

    Meet Jae Shin

    Jae Shin, Special Education major concluding her studies at Loyola talks about her journey to become an educator. Watch Video
  • Target New Transitions

    Target New Transitions brings high-achieving college students and at-risk high school freshmen together Saturday mornings for three hours of concentrated homework and high school transition support. Loyola students get excellent field experience, while also giving back to their community. Watch Video
  • Counseling

    'Great mentoring and guidance from faculty'

    Corey Steele, an assistant professor in Loyola University Chicago's School of Education, is also a graduate of the doctoral counseling psychology program. Watch Video
  • Teaching & Learning

    'A life-changing experience'

    Abi Wilberding discusses her field-based learning experiences, getting her ready for a career in urban education. Watch Video
  • Faculty discuss new teacher preparation program

    School of Education faculty discuss the newly updated teacher preparation program. Watch Video
  • What 'verse' will you contributed to your students’ education and lives?

    Carl A. Grant (MEd '62), Professor, University of Wisconsin--Madison, delivers the 2014 Commencement Address for Loyola University Chicago's School of Education. Watch Video
  • Teaching & Learning

    Loyola Transfer Student Spotlight: Meet Stacey Pequeno

    Loyola University Chicago student Stacey Pequeno transferred from the College of Lake County. An education major, Stacey's enjoyed working in her fieldwork placements and being active on campus. She looks forward to studying abroad at the John Felice Rome Center in Italy. Watch Video
  • Professionalism in the Service of Social Justice

    Dr. David Shriberg, Assistant Professor in Loyola University Chicago's School of Education, discusses the function of the conceptual framework and explains its foundation in social justice. Watch Video
  • Perspective of a Graduate Student

    Amy Derringer, current master degree student in the Higher Education program, shares her experiences and insights. Watch Video
  • Wozniak Lecture

    'Education and Civil Rights in the 21st Century'

    Pedro Noguera, PhD, Peter L. Agnew Professor of Education, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Development, Executive Director, Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools, New York University presents “Education and Civil Rights in the 21st Century” as part of the John M. Wozniak Lecture Series at Loyola University Chicago School of Education. Watch Video
  • Wozniak Lecture

    'Getting Serious about Education'

    Gloria Ladson-Billings, PhD, Assistant Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Madison, presents "Getting Serious about Education: Culturally Relevant Teaching for New Century Students," as part of the John M. Wozniak Lecture Series at Loyola University Chicago School of Education. Watch Video
  • Wozniak Lecture

    'So Much Reform: Maybe a Little Change'

    Charles Payne, PhD, Frank P. Dixon Distinguished Service Professor in the School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago presents “So Much Reform: Maybe a Little Change” as part of the John M. Wozniak Lecture Series at Loyola University Chicago School of Education. Watch Video