Loyola University Chicago

Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy

Ignatian Pedagogy Resources

This area of the website contains additional readings and materials about Ignatian Pedagogy. Some of the materials are designed by FCIP staff and LUC instructors. Other materials are from journals. 

Jesuit phrases representing Loyola values  - This resource describes Jesuit phrases that corresponds to Loyola values. In order to embed your learning experience with Loyola values, it is important to understand how those values are being conceptualized.

Advancing the Ignatian Pedagogiccal Paradigm - This short video from Xavier University gives examples of how to think about using the IPP in your classroom. 

Magis Instructional Design Model for Transformative Teaching - This article talks about the intersections of IP with other theories of learning and instructional design approaches. The author walks the reader through how to think about embedding IP into the design of a course or learning experience. 

Weaving IP into Your Course Objectives - This document, created by Julia Pryce and former FCIP director Carol Scheidenhelm, helps you think through how your learning objectives can incorporate dimensions of Ignatian Pedagogy and tie to Bloom's Taxonomy

IP in the Classroom - This resource guide gives examples of how to use the IPP in different areas of your course. For example, what are some activities or assignments to use to make the context dimension of the IPP come to life in your classroom?


Collection of Teaching Statements from LUC Faculty - Several winners, finalists, and runners up for the St. Ignatius of Loyola Award for Teaching Excellence have generously agreed to share their teaching statements on FCIP’s website. Peruse these statements to see examples of how these faculty members, recognized by their students and colleagues for their teaching excellence, use activities inspired by Ignatian Pedagogy or think about Ignatian Pedagogy in their teaching.

  • Julia Pryce (runner up, 2021-2022), School of Social Work: Bio Statement

  • Michael Burns (runner up, 2021-2022), Department of Biology: Bio Statement

  • Betsy Jones Hemenway (finalist, 2021-2022), Department of History: Bio Statement

  • Regina Conway-Phillips (runner up, 2020-2021), School of Nursing: Bio Statement

  • Ruth Gomberg- Munoz (finalist, 2020-2021), Department of Anthropology: Bio Statement

  • Leanna Boychenko, Department of Classical Studies: Bio Statement