ICYMI! The most recent issue of our CME newsletter featured one of our new Post-Diploma M.Ed. faculty, who is also an alum:
Loyola is thrilled to welcome back graduate alumna Jennifer Robinson, who is currently teaching MO.638 Child Growth and Development online this Fall in our new post-diploma M.Ed. track.
Jennifer was introduced to the work of Dr. Maria Montessori in 2012 after previously receiving her B.F.A. from IADT. Following her life long passion for children, Jennifer started her Montessori training during the Summer of 2012 at The Montessori Institute in Denver, CO and opened a new Infant Community that Fall. She is now on her 7th year of practicing Montessori as a Guide in an Infant Community.
Jennifer received her M.Ed. from Loyola University Maryland in 2016 and is currently a proud faculty member. She is a presenter at Montessori Teachers Institute for Professional Studies, and enjoys educating others on the philosophy behind the Montessori Method.
“Completing my M.Ed. on Loyola’s beautiful campus is an experience I will never forget. I will always be grateful for the opportunity and proud of what I accomplished.
As a student, I felt as if there was always more to explore, learn, and create. As an instructor, the feeling remains the same. You simply cannot help others delve into an idea, without also doing so yourself.” ~Jennifer
Loyola University Maryland
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