Good education needs to recognise the fast pace of change in the world and adapt accordingly. Today it is not enough to repeat the best practices of the past. We must keep our eyes open to what is happening in the world, to what moves our students, to what concerns the families, societies and world we serve.
The Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm (IPP) is a way of learning and a method of teaching taken from the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius of Loyola. It is based on five key elements: context, experience, reflection, action, and evaluation.
JECSE Ignatian Pedagogical Formation Programme is designed to help educators from our network strengthen their understanding and application of IPP in their classrooms.
Through our IPP programme we would like to build an IPP learning community that will reflect together on the Ignatian approach to the teaching-learning process in the 21st century.
The programme currently offers educators the opportunity to participate in a process that includes the following formation proposals:
Good education requires acknowledging the fast-changing pace of the world and to adjust accordingly.
It is not enough to repeat the good practices of the past. We need to keep open our eyes to what happens in the world, what moves our students, what concerns the families, societies, and world that we serve
Fr. Arturo Sosa, SJ
Introduction to “A Living Tradition”