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Thursday, January 12 • 2:30pm - 3:15pm
A Vocabulary for Justice: Ignatian Pedagogy and Catholic Social Teaching

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Learning Outcomes Participants in this session will:
  • Be able to identify three themes from Catholic Social Teaching (CST) their subject material touches on.
  • Be able to see how CST's "common vocabulary" approach can be helpful especially in the Experience, Reflection, and Action pieces of Ignatian pedagogy.
  • Be able to identify the five steps of Ignatian Pedagogy.

Program Description: As the new strategic plan encourages us to "build a more just, humane and sustainable world," it can be tricky to see exactly where concepts of social justice can fit into your work. Come to this session to learn about how incorporating Ignatian Pedagogy and Catholic Social Teaching into your curriculum can enliven your course material and classroom setting, while spurring students on toward civic engagement and working for the common good. The presentation will also highlight the project based model of service learning as a unique opportunity to do so at the end.

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Susan Haarman

Assistant Director, Loyola University Chicago

Thursday January 12, 2017 2:30pm - 3:15pm CST
Schreiber 406

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