Loyola University Chicago

Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy

Programs

Ignatian Pedagogy Programming

Ignatian Pedagogy Certificate Program

An immersive series of seminars designed to help faculty become better versed in Ignatian Pedagogy. Registration for the 2021-2022 Certificate is now open!  Registration will close on Wednesday, September 15, 2021.

Registration and Requirements

Ignatian Pedagogy Seminars

  • Open to all faculty, staff, and graduate students.
  • Enrollment in the IP Certificate is not required to attend

Registration and Fall 2021 schedule are now live! 

Registration and Zoom link

Anti-Racist Programming

Anti-Racist Certificate Program

The Anti-Racist Pedagogy Certificate program is a new year-long series of seminars, workshops and related assignments designed to introduce Loyola educators to pedagogical values and strategies to create an anti-racist learning experience in their courses. 

More information and registration.

Anti-Racist Pedagogy Series

Learn how to cultivate and incorporate Anti-Racist thought and practice into your pedagogy. 

Recordings from past sessions.

Anti-Racist Film Series

Films and Discussion Dates
Registration

Teaching & Learning Workshops

Visit our Teaching and Learning Workshops page for the most up to date schedule of our teaching and learning workshops.

Meditation Series

Drop in with FCIP every Friday from 10am-11am during Fall 2021 for an hour of guided meditation. 

More Information and Registration

Office Hours

Instructors have office hours for their students, and now FCIP has office hours for instructors. Use office hours to ask any question (big or small) about teaching or learning. 

More Information and Zoom Link

Focus on Teaching and Learning (FOTL)

The Loyola University Chicago bi-annual Focus on Teaching & Learning (FOTL) conference is dedicated to the belief that as educators, we can grow and develop by learning from one another.

Please check the FOTL site for the most up to date information.