Loyola University Chicago

Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy

Ignatian Pedagogy Seminars

The ignatian Pedagogy Seminars are open to all faculty, staff, and graduate students interested in learning more about IP in higher education.

  • Seminars are in person and are hosted at both the Water Tower and Lakeshore Campuses. 
  • Seminars will be simultaneously streamed through Zoom online video conferencing.
  • Seminars will be recorded & available to the public.

 

To join any of the seminars online use this URL https://luc.zoom.us/s/788302258 and login with your Loyola ID and password

If you plan on joining any of the sessions in person we request that you register at http://FCIPatLUC.eventbrite.com, thank you.

 Download the IPP Spring 2019 PDF

January:

1/7/19 (LSC) Cuneo Hall, Room 410, 11:00AM - 12:00PM

Christopher Manning, Department of History and Office of the Provost

The “Elements of the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm” include Context, that which needs to be known about learners, and Experience, the best way to engage learners as whole persons in the teaching process.  Related to these characteristics, the Diversity Issues in the Classroom helps instructors to explore how to keep students engaged in the learning process when difficult diversity related issues, from microaggressions to outright tension between groups, come up in the teaching context.

 

1/24/19 (WTC) Corboy Law Center, Room 727, 11:00AM - 12:00PM

Context and Experience in the Ignatian Pedagogy Paradigm: Listening to Our Students

Ann Marie Ryan, FCIP Faculty Fellow 2017, School of Education

How might the Ignatian Pedagogy Paradigm support culturally sustaining pedagogies? In this session we will explore the element of context and experience within the Ignatian Pedagogy Paradigm and how it connects with culturally sustaining pedagogies (CSP). CSP are teaching practices that promote and support the cultural identities and heritages of our students as we teach academic content. We will examine those pedagogies and how they also offer a contemporary way of living out the Ignatian mission at Loyola University Chicago.

 

February:

2/8/19 (ONLINE)

IP in Online Courses 10 am 11 am Jessica Mansbach and Matthew Thibeau, Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy (Zoom)

Join us for a discussion about how to embed Ignatian Pedagogy and Jesuit values into your online and blended courses.

 

2/19/19 (WTC) Corboy Law Center, Room 727, 11:00AM - 12:00PM

IP Certificate Panel

Linda Tuncay Zayer and Stacy Neier Beran, Quinlan School of Business

Panel of IP Certificate Alums sharing their experience of incorporating the values of Ignatian Pedagogy in teaching and learning environments. Peer to peer discussions what works best.

 

March:

3/5/19 (LSC) Cuneo Hall, Room 410, 11:00AM - 12:00PM

What is Catholic Imagination?

Michael Murphy, Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage 

What is a Catholic imagination? Following St. Augustine, Flannery O’Connor observed “the things of the world pour forth from God in a double way: intellectually into the minds of the angels and physically into the world of things. To the person who believes this (or discerns this—an exercise so central to Ignatian spirituality), the physical, sensible world is good because it proceeds from and dialogs with a divine source. The artist exercising a Catholic imagination penetrates the concrete world in order to find at its depths the image of its source, the image of ultimate reality, the image of God. The beholder of the art follows suit. We will discuss these issues on their own merits and connect to Ignatian spirituality and pedagogy.

 

3/18/19 (WTC) Corboy Law Center, Room 727, 11:00AM - 12:00PM

IP Certificate Panel

Julia Pryce, School of Social Work and Stacy Zurek, Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing

Panel of IP Certificate Alums sharing their experience of incorporating the values of Ignatian Pedagogy in teaching and learning environments. Peer to peer discussions what works best.

 

April:

4/3/19 (LSC) Cuneo Hall, Room 410, 11:00AM - 12:00PM

Ignatian Pedagogy and Experiential Learning

Susan Haarman, Center for Experiential Learning

Ignatian Pedagogy has incorporated experiential elements since its beginning over 500 years ago. This workshop will focus on why experience is so essential to Jesuit education and look at ways to incorporate experiential elements into your courses.

 

Download the IPP Spring 2019 PDF