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Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy

Ignatian Pedagogy Events

Spring 2015

January

29        Lunch & Learn: Undergraduate Research - Placing Experience at the Center for Experiential Learning, 11:30 - 1: Cuneo Hall 410 (LSC)

What strategies do you utilize to generate rich undergraduate research experiences for students? Join us for this workshop, led by Dr. Stefan Kanzok, featuring discussion of promising practices in mentoring undergraduate research students. The focus of this workshop will be on fostering a robust experience to enhance the learning process. Lunch will be provided.

February

11         Ignatian Pedagogy Discussion Group**, Noon: Provost Conference Rm, 5th Floor, Lewis Towers (WTC)

26         Ignatian Pedagogy Discussion Group, Noon: Cuneo Hall 410 (LSC)

27         Lunch & Learn: Reflection in Engaged Learning: Fostering Curiosity, 11:30 - 1: Cuneo Hall 410 (LSC)

Students enrolled in engaged learning courses have opportunities for reflection within their coursework. Such reflection is essential for students and faculty to together maintain the Ignatian Pedagogy Paradigm in engaged learning courses. What is unknown, however, is how reflection may also foster curiosity, a trait that may lead to lifelong learning. Join Stacy Neier, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Marketing from Quinlan School of Business, as she discusses engaged learning practices aimed to stimulate both reflection and curiosity.  Lunch will be provided.

March

11         Ignatian Pedagogy Discussion Group, Noon: Provost Conference Rm, 5th Floor, Lewis Towers (WTC)

20         Lunch & Learn:  Introducing Students to the Ignatian Tradition, 11:30 – 1: Cuneo Hall 410 (LSC)

In Fall 2014, Loyola began offering a course to transfer students that introduces them to the concepts of Jesuit education. Taught in multiple departments by several different professors, the course covers the foundations of Ignatian heritage and thought. Join us for a discussion by Drs. Susan Ross and Mark McIntosh, two of the professors who taught the class, as they discuss their methodology, the challenges and success they faced, and student reactions to the course. Lunch will be provided.

26         Ignatian Pedagogy Discussion Group, Noon: Cuneo Hall 410 (LSC)

April

8          Ignatian Pedagogy Discussion Group, Noon: Provost Conference Rm, 5th Floor, Lewis Towers (WTC)

10        Lunch & Learn:  Paraphrasing, Plagiarism, and Planning: Preparing Students to Write Well—and Legally, 11:30 – 1:  Cuneo Hall 410 (LSC)

Too often students are unprepared to face the challenges of using research to inform their writing. As a result, they (often unintentionally) plagiarize or inappropriately use the resources they have found. Join Advanced Lecturer Sherri Weller and her Department of English colleagues for a discussion on how to prepare students for academic writing assignments. Lunch will be provided.

30        Ignatian Pedagogy Discussion Group, Noon: Cuneo Hall 410 (LSC)

** The Ignatian Pedagogy Discussion Group is an informal, collaborative group of colleagues who meet monthly to learn more about Ignatian Pedagogy, as well as to discuss ways to apply this framework to our work in and outside the classroom. While consistent participation is encouraged, everyone is welcome to this lively and stimulating conversation!

 

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