IGNATIAN PEDAGOGICAL PARADIGM PDF

Kazizahn During the Exercises, a retreatant who is, in essence, a learner is guided through a process of reading, reflection, and prayer by a spiritual director who is, in essence, a teacher. The first one is a gut check, touching into the everyday feelings and experiences of Georgetown students:. Points of view and insights acquired from earlier study or spontaneously acquired from their environment are part of the context. What has changed however, is the society in which our students reside: Notice the placement of reflection in the paradigm on the left.

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Kazizahn During the Exercises, a retreatant who is, in essence, a learner is guided through a process of reading, reflection, and prayer by a spiritual director who is, in essence, a teacher. The first one is a gut check, touching into the everyday feelings and experiences of Georgetown students:. Points of view and insights acquired from earlier study or spontaneously acquired from their environment are part of the context. What has changed however, is the society in which our students reside: Notice the placement of reflection in the paradigm on the left.

The process continues when the experience ends, as the student engages in a process of reflection on the experiences and all the reactions it caused, again across a range of involvement: Published by Dwight Patrick Modified 7 months ago.

These and many other factors may stifle the freedom encouraged by Ignatian pedagogy. Implementing the Ignatian Pedagogy Paradigm The Ignatian pedagogical paradigm is a way of learning and a method of teaching taken from the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola. Inspires graduates to change society and the world for the better. As educators, we are called to walk with our children as they oaradigm their journey.

The diagram on the right is another way to characterize the importance of this interrelationship of IPP steps. Journal of Business Ethics We discuss their answers a bit, and I always find it provokes interesting reflections—both in class and after class. I believe education is a calling. The three main elements are Experience, Reflection, and Action.

Made meaningful when new knowledge is put into some kind of action. A Jesuit education should challenge students to think critically about issues but also to reflect critically on themselves and their place in the world. Century What has changed however, is the society in which our students reside: Feedback Privacy Policy Feedback. The strategies will certainly depend on your discipline, the size of your course, whether it is an introductory-level course or advanced.

Does the student manifest changed behaviors or beliefs as a result of the instruction? How do you do this in your course s now? Paradig, how do we implement these goals in our curricula? Indeed, each choice will of course produce an experience of its own—positive, negative, or probably more complicated—and after action the student is meant to seek out yet igantian experiences, which will in turn provoke reflection and further action, and so on, in an pevagogical cycle of growth.

Pedro Arrupe outlined in his address, Jesuit education needs to reeducate for justice so our students become agents for change. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuits. Spiritual Exercises Ad majorem Dei gloriam Magis. Include opportunities for students to express and test their ideas and values. If there is an image, prayer, reading, text or document for which you are searching, please get in touch and we will try to source it for you.

Applying the Pedagogocal pedagogical paradigm to the creation of an accounting ethics course. Reflections need to be guided at first until students understand the purpose and form. Ignatian Pedagogy: Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy: Loyola University Chicago Pedagogicall the interrelationship will be more clear when we break down what each of the steps references.

Starting with context, we can see that implementation of the IPP is really reflective of good teaching in any sense of the word. By the Jesuits attempted to articulate their practice and ideals in the Ratio Studorium, a guide that outlined all aspects of the Jesuit strategy for educating youth from instructional methods to student discipline. Share ignwtian for how you hope to do this in a course this semester. The assignment should guide students to begin thinking how what their learning impacts their understanding of who they are and how their actions represent who they are.

The Characteristics of Jesuit Educationpublished insets out to describe a Jesuit school and its distinctive identity and mission. Incorporates global and international dimensions for growth and learning.

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Additional Resources Some History Ignatian Pedagogy is rooted in spiritual exercises devised in the 16th century by Saint Ignatius of Loyola , the founder of the Society of Jesus, a community also known as the Jesuits. These exercises called for a cycle of experience, reflection, and action to help an individual uncover truth, grow closer to God, and take steps toward bettering the world. Although Saint Ignatius did not create the exercises with an intention of founding schools, his approach to pursuing truth has long been applied in Jesuit education in a form known as the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm. Back to the top The Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm The Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm is founded on the belief that education has to go beyond the mere transmission of information from professor to student. More than an exercise in memorization or a purely cognitive transaction, education is meant to be a transformational experience that affects the students on all levels—cognitive, certainly, but also emotional and behavioral. The student who has been through this kind of experience will have had old ideas unsettled in the service of developing a fuller understanding of self and the world, and in service of helping that world.

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Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm

The Characteristics of Jesuit Education, published in , sets out to describe a Jesuit school and its distinctive identity and mission. Ignatian Pedagogy followed in and sets out to articulate the Jesuit tradition of classroom teaching and learning. The Ignatian Pedagogy document presents the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm - a model for teaching and learning in a Jesuit schoool. The model identifies three key components of Jesuit teaching and learning: a drawing on experience, b reflecting on that experience, and c the action that follows from learning.

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Still, the basic method was present. In the ensuing centuries, Jesuit institutions of learning around the world have adopted the methods laid out in Ratio and refined by others through the years. The Ignatian pedagogical paradigm[ edit ] Context[ edit ] The context in which the learner finds himself or herself is important. Cultures of poverty usually negatively affect expectations about success; oppressive political regimes usually discourage open inquiry. These and many other factors may stifle the freedom encouraged by Ignatian pedagogy. Points of view and insights acquired from earlier study or spontaneously acquired from their environment are part of the context. Their feelings and attitudes regarding the subject matter also form part of the real context for learning.

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