IGNATIAN PEDAGOGY A PRACTICAL APPROACH PDF

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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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.

It also talks about the importance of understanding the context in which teaching and learning take place, and the need constantly to evaluate the impact and effectiveness of education. Further information on The Characteristics of Jesuit Education document This document was produced in for the Jesuit schools of the worlwide Society of Jesus. It sets out an approach to teaching and learning based on the dynamics and principles of the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius.

This version has been produced by the Jesuit Institute with enhanced footnotes. This is an abridged version of the Ignatian Pedagogy document It may be useful as an introduction and for those beginning to teach in Jesuit and Ignatian schools. It was prepared as part of the resources for the Shared Vision programme in the British Jesuit schools. Printed copies of this document are available from the Jesuit Institute.

Fr Vincent Duminuco SJ explores in greater detail the five elements of the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm experience, reflection, action, context, evaluation. Can't see what you are looking for?

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The Ignatian pedagogical paradigm is a way of learning and a method of teaching taken from the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola. Ignatius Loyola's Spiritual Exercises , and takes a holistic view of the world. The three main elements are Experience, Reflection, and Action. A pre-learning element, Context, and a post-learning element, Evaluation, are also necessary for the method's success, bringing the total to five elements. Ignatian pedagogy uses this dynamic five-step method along with an Ignatian vision of the human and the world to "accompany the learner in their growth and development. The Ignatian pedagogical paradigm is also used in spiritual retreats and learning experiences as an active means of developing and questioning one's own conscience, as well as in making sound and conscientious decisions.

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