Your Professors, TED Talk Style


Started in spring 2019, the School of ED Talks series features SOE faculty presenting provocative ideas in a TED Talk-style format.  We explore theories about educational leadership, brought to life by expert practitioners in the field.

Current students, prospective students, alumni, and our Loyola community are invited to engage on topics ranging from the value of education in a democracy to tailoring education to meet the needs of culturally, linguistically, and economically diverse learners. 

The second installment of the series included talks by Dr. Leanne KallemeynDr. Kelly Ferguson, and Dr. Demetri Morgan. Watch the full set of talks plus the bonus content (Q&A panel with presenters).

Visit our News and Events page for more details on the next ED Talks presentation.

Markeda Newell

Identity & Responsibility

Aurora Chang

A Place to Tell Your Truth

Michael Boyle

A Place at the Table

Amy Heineke

Working with English Learners

Demetri Morgan

Why Postsecondary Education is Democracy's Last Great Hope

Kelly Ferguson

Teaching to Change the World

Leanne Kallemeyn

Putting Value back in Education

Jorge Peña

Transformational Teaching and Learning

Amy Nelson

Is Your Trauma Sensitive School Racist?

Seungho Moon

Half Empty? Half full! Cultural Identity and Epistemology