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Marla Hall and her students
Ten years ago Marla moved to Japan and her great adventure began. She moved to Japan after teaching at NSSED for a few years. Here is her story.
“The Japanese school system is quite different than the US, especially in terms of special ed. I am currently teaching at a wonderful […]
On October 6-7 Professors Amy Shuffelton and Noah W. Sobe, both faculty in Cultural and Educational Policy Studies, delivered a series of lectures at the State University of Sao Paulo (UNIFESP) in Brazil.
As part of a cycle of seminars on education, the family and childhood, Professor Shuffelton spoke on parent involvement and the privatization of […]
A group of 16 students in Loyola’s MEd program in International Higher Education spent the first week of January in China as part of a hybrid J-Term course that involved one week at Loyola’s campus, The Beijing Center. The course, on International Higher Education” (ELPS 448), involved meetings with Chinese professors and students…
Professor Noah W. Sobe, Associate Professor and Program Chair, Cultural and Educational Policy Studies, was invited to Beijing Normal University to present a workshop at the Institute for Historical Research. Professor Sobe spoke on “The History of Emotions in Education”…
The School of Education’s Center for Comparative Education recently hosted Professor Kazuhisa Fujimoto of Keio University (Japan) …
The School of Education hosted a group of administrators from Zhejiang Normal University on August 7, 2013. Dean Michael Dantley and Patrick Boyle, Senior Associate Provost & Assistant to the President for Global Initiatives and Centers for Excellence, welcomed our guests. Dr. Ann Marie Ryan and Dr. Charlie Tocci presented the Redesign for our Teacher […]
Loyola Students spelling Loyola while visiting the pyramids at Teotihuacan. From left to right: Bradley Dalrymple, Melissa Gonzalez-Mendez, Lauren Penny, Lizette Remigio, Ann Kielian, Diane Ortega, Andrea Salgado
This summer, seven teacher candidates and two faculty traveled to Mexico City as part of the SOE’s School-based Language, Culture, and Pedagogy Immersion program (See http://www.luc.edu/education/school-basedsummerimmersioninmexicocity/ for […]
Together with Professor Marcelo Caruso (Humboldt University Berlin), CEPS Associate Professor Noah W. Sobe recently co-edited a special issue of the journal European Education (Vol 44 Nr 4, Winter 2012/2013) that addresses “European Education Outside Europe”. As Professor Sobe explains, “for several years now I have taught a course on Modern European Education (ELPS 447) […]
Recently Cultural and Educational Policy Studies Professor Noah W. Sobe lead a J-term course on International Higher Education at Loyola’s Beijing campus for a group of Loyola master’s students who are studying international higher education. The course focused on trends and challenges that colleges and universities face globally.
In addition to daily class sessions, students visited […]
Recently Cultural and Educational Policy Studies Professor Noah W. Sobe lead a J-term course on International Higher Education at Loyola’s Beijing campus for a group of Loyola master’s students who are studying international higher education. The course focused on trends and challenges that colleges and universities face globally. In addition to daily class sessions, students […]