Kelly Keane

Kelly Keane

Senior lecturer, The Loyola University Maryland School of Education

Brief Biography

Kelly Keane is a senior lecturer and the program director for the Educational Technology master's degree program at The Loyola University Maryland School of Education. She received her doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from Northeastern University in 2015. Her research and professional interests encompass technology integration and student engagement, active learning in the online environment, and Universal Design for Learning.

Prior to joining the faculty at Loyola in 2014, Dr. Keane was a lecturer at Towson University for the Department of Educational Technology and Literacy. While at Towson University, she also worked as the assistant manager for the Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) Grant. She began her career as a classroom teacher and has taught in award-winning elementary schools in Pennsylvania and Maryland. She is passionate about learning, constantly seeking ways to improve, and believes a growth mindset can be your most powerful tool. In her classroom, she incorporates the latest educational technologies aligned with the Jesuit mission. She tries to remain technology-free in her spare time.

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