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Welcome to the School of Education

Scholarship - Lifelong Inquiry- Leadership - Social Responsibility

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. These practices produce outcomes for teacher candidates to become highly effective practitioners who actively engage with content to promote critical thinking skills, innovatively manage the learning environment, and consistently monitor student progress to adjust curriculum delivery while collaborating with others to positively impact students, the community, and the professional field. As an integrated whole, the conceptual framework contains the overarching purpose of the unit: to create effective practitioners.

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Educators Spotlight

Ibrahim Haleem
Junior High Physical Education and Health Teacher

Briana Holland
Kindergarten teacher working for Chicago Public Schools through the AUSL network

Accredited by the Illinois State Board of Education, ISBE.

Student Spotlight

Jacqueline Hayes
Current Teacher Education Candidate

Kathleen Roe
Current Teacher Education Candidate

School Spotlight

B. J. Ward Elementary School, Ted Warpinski, Principal

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Meet our Faculty
College of Education and Health Services
Benedictine University

Ethel C. Ragland, Ed.D., MN, RN
Dean of the College of Education and Health Services

Erica George
Assistant to the Dean

Phone: (630) 829-6084

Hours: 8:30 a.m. -  4:30 p.m.

By Mail:
Benedictine University
5700 College Road
Kindlon Hall, Room 258
Lisle, IL 60532

Fax: (630) 829-6281