Educate Magis would like to invite Jesuit Educators from JECSE region to participate in upcoming online courses:

Four Key Practices in Ignatian Spirituality

  • English Cohort: Starts on Tuesday, April 9th, 2024 at 16:00 GMT
  • Spanish Cohort: Starts on Tuesday, April 9th, 2024 at 14:00 GMT

Ignatian Global Citizenship

  • English Cohort: Starts on Tuesday, April 4th, 2024 at 16:00 GMT
  • Spanish Cohort: Starts on Tuesday, April 4th, 2024 at 14:00 GMT 

These Global Multiregional Course Cohorts give participants the opportunity to meet online with peers, for 75 minutes once a week/every two weeks.

These synchronous sessions will be led by facilitators who will summarize the content, facilitate group activities, reflection and discussions amongst participants from different schools and countries.

This gives participants a chance not only to dive deeper into the material, but it also gives the opportunity to share with, listen to and learn from other Ignatian educators living in different contexts across the globe thus providing global perspectives as well as personal opinions and experiences on the topics covered within the course.

Please find more information for each course below.

 

Please note that places are limited, first come, first served. 

Four Key Practices in Ignatian Spirituality

General Information

The Four Key Practices in Ignatian Spirituality Course is an invitation to a personal and professional journey, and an opportunity to learn about some key aspects of Ignatian Spirituality, which is the source and foundation of Jesuit Education. Jesuit schools have a strong tradition (Jesuit) and strong character (Ignatian) which contribute to their mission and identity. This facilitated course will help participants experience and understand some of the fundamentals of Ignatian Spirituality via the story of Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuits.

The live sessions include:

Opening webinar: Introduction and Orientation

Lesson 1: Reflection and the Examen

Lesson 2: Spiritual Conversation

Lesson 3: Ignatian Discernment

Lesson 4: Contemplatives in Action

Global Citizenship – English

General Information

While Jesuit education has always incorporated and celebrated a global dimension, with social justice and solidarity at its core, it is only in more recent years we have begun to frame this as Global Citizenship Education. When we look at the infographic ‘Jesuit Schools at the Service of Our Universal Mission – An Integrated Perspective’ launched in 2020, we can see just how important Global Citizenship is in the context of our Jesuit Mission and indeed how it relates to other areas of our mission to form men and women of conscience, competence, compassion, and commitment. The question then remains, what exactly is Global Citizenship and how can we incorporate it into our lessons and school activities? Join your peers in other parts of the world and find out!

Ciudadanía Global – Español

Información General

Aunque la Educación Jesuita siempre ha incorporado y celebrado su dimensión global, con la justicia social y la solidaridad como núcleo, es solamente en los últimos años que hemos comenzado a enmarcarlo como Educación para la Ciudadanía Global. Cuando vemos el gráfico Colegios Jesuitas al servicio de nuestra Misión Universal – Una Perspectiva Integral, publicado en 2020, podemos ver lo importante que es la Ciudadanía Global en el contexto de nuestra Misión jesuita y, de hecho, cómo se relaciona con otras áreas de nuestra Misión, para formar hombres y mujeres conscientes, competentes, compasivos y comprometidos. Entonces queda la pregunta, ¿qué es exactamente la Ciudadanía Global y cómo podemos incorporarla en nuestras lecciones y actividades escolares? ¡Únete a tus colegas en otras partes del mundo y descúbrelo!