Teaching to the Mission
In this updated pedagogical resource, faculty describe how they incorporate the Jesuit mission and identity into their specific courses, from chemistry to marketing to theology.
Ignatian Pedagogy and Jesuit Education
Ignatian Pedagogy - A teaching model that seeks to develop students of competence and compassion.
Jesuit Education - includes a network of 28 American universities and over 60 high schools in the United States with similar missions and distinctive identities.
- Ignatian Pedagogy
- Jesuit Education
- Accessibility and the Mission
- Characteristics of Jesuit Education
- Four Challenges for Jesuit Education in the 21st Century
- Jesuit Education Today
- Online Learning and the Mission
- The Future of Jesuit Education
Jesuit Education & Ignatian Pedagogy
A double sided brochure the Gifts of Our Ignatian heritage (mission, reflection, discernment, solidarity and kinship, service rooted in justice and love and justice, cura personalis and magis).
Do You Walk Ignatian?
A companion to "Do You Speak Ignatian?," this book includes narratives from faculty and staff regarding their work in relation to key Jesuit values.
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Last Updated: May 2014