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School of Education

Advancing your training in the teaching profession

Benedictine’s School of Education (SOE) prepares future teachers with the knowledge, skills and abilities to shape and influence the learning of young minds in the years to come.

SOE is proud to be a leader in the campuswide initiative promoting diversity, inclusion and equity. Through research, public scholarship, community building, and the preparation of education practitioners and policymakers, we advance your training in the teaching profession. 

Please consider one of Benedictine’s education programs to shape your learning through critical-thinking, research-based decision making and best practices.

Books
  • Scholarship
  • Lifelong Inquiry
  • Leadership
  • Social Responsibility

Assessment

Benedictine University’s School of Education equips candidates with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions that will shape and influence learning through critical thinking, research-based decisions, and best practices. As an integrated whole, the conceptual framework contains the overarching purpose of the unit: to create effective practitioners.

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Contact Us For More Information!

Kristin Logan
Administrative Assistant, Online EdD Program
Kindlon Hall, Room 264
[email protected]
630-829-6394

Jan Writer
Director, Student Teacher Placement
[email protected]
630-829-6293

Alandra Devall, Ph.D.
Professor
Interim Department Chair, School of Education,
Educational Psychologist, IRB Chair
Kindlon Hall, Room 255
(630) 829-6295
[email protected]