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Elizabeth Monahan

Elizabeth Monahan

Director of the Center for Catholic School Excellence

School of Education
Elizabeth Monahan came to the Mount in 1992 from Loyola College of Maryland where she served as an Instructor. She currently serves as the Director of both the Master of Education Programs and Center for Catholic School Excellence and continues to teach in the School of Education and Human Services. She has served the education department through her roles as a Professor in Residence at St. John Regional Catholic School, Director of Graduate Studies and Weekend College Coordinator. She also served the Office of Advancement for four years as the Bicentennial Director.
M.S., The Johns Hopkins University
B.A., The College of Notre Dame of Maryland
Bicentennial Medal Mount St. Mary's University, 2008

Leadership Award Thurmont and Emmitsburg Community Show, 2008

Excellence in Education Award Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, 1990

Lavinia Wanger Award for Achievement and Promise in Teaching College of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1983
Learning Disabilities, Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, Gifted Education, Catholic Education
Blake, C., & Monahan, E.C., (February, 2006). Wishful thinking or a bag of tricks? Helping the beginning special educator. British Journal of Learning Support 21 (1), 19-23.

Blake, C., & Monahan, E.C., (May, 2007). Rethinking teacher preparation for EBD students: Towards a partnership model. British Journal of Learning Support 22 (2), 60-65.

Grants

MSDE Teacher Quality Enhancement Grant, 2002-2003 PDS for the Non-Traditional Student Year 3 Continuation Grant $7,500

MSDE Teacher Quality Enhancement Grant, 2001-2002 PDS for the Non-Traditional Student: A Team Teaching Model Year 2 Continuation Grant $15,000

MSDE Teacher Quality Enhancement Grant, 2000-2001 PDS for the Non-Traditional Student: How Data Analysis Generates the Plan for Curriculum $40,000