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Title: Four Hallmarks of Jesuit Education


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Four Hallmarks of Jesuit Education
  • Michael Cheney

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Learning Outcomes
  • Clarify what the four hallmarks are and how they
    are derived from the Spiritual Exercises.
  • Identify how we have already incorporated the
    four hallmarks in our own teaching
  • Decide how we might more consciously incorporate
    the four hallmarks in our teaching

3
Prelection
  • How does your teaching compare to A Class Using
    Ignatian Pedagogical Techniques (p. 201)?
  • Which hallmarks are present and which are missing
    in your teaching?

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The Ignatian Connection Spiritual Exercises
Pedagogy
  • Spiritual Exercises Pedagogy
  • Prelection
  • Preludes and Points of prayer Prelection of
    the course material to be covered
  • Preludes occur at the start of prayer
  • Points briefly considering the material the
    night before or immediately before the
    meditation.
  • Repetition
  • Repetition of prayer student mastery through
    frequent and careful repetition of course
    material.
  • Active Learning Reflection
  • Meditation, Contemplation, Application of the
    senses Active Learning and Reflection

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Ignatian Methodology Reflection
  • Colloquy
  • Conversation with Mary Jesus
  • Review at the End of Prayer
  • What worked?
  • What was neutral?
  • What did not work?
  • What do I want to do during the next time of
    prayer?
  • Ways of Involving Others in Learning
  • Group work think-pair-share, cooperative
    learning
  • Metacognition
  • Journaling
  • What did I learn?
  • How did I learn?
  • How did I feel during the learning process?
  • Do I want to do anything differently when I next
    learn?

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Hallmark 1 Prelection
  • Traditional
  • Preview of homework or assignment
  • Overview at beginning of class, section or course
  • Contemporary
  • Anticipatory set
  • SQ3R-Study Method
  • Advanced Organizers

8
Repetition of Prelection
  • Two things I now know
  • Two things I will try
  • Some things I want to explore

9
Think/Pair/Share
  • How have you used Prelection in the past?
  • How will you use it in the future?

10
Definitions
  • Reflection and Active Learning are essential
    steps that starts with careful preparation
    (prelection), continues by active participation
    in the subject (active learning), and concludes
    with time spent reviewing what has occurred
    (repetition)

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Hallmark 2 Active Learning
  • Active Learning through questioning
  • Describe how the new material relates to your
    current knowledge
  • Additional examples
  • Verbalize the essence of the material use your
    own words frame of reference
  • Examine material from a different point of view
  • Relate new material to contradictory material,
    experience, or knowledge
  • Active learning can be promoted by using
    cooperative groups

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Repetition
  • Used to promote active learning
  • Possible techniques are
  • Journaling
  • Silence
  • Think/Write/Share
  • Outcome sentences

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Repetition of active learning and reflection
  • What have I learned about the Ignatian sense of
    active learning and reflection that I can apply
    to my classes?

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Aims of Repetition
  • Not simply review, but integration
  • Analysis and synthesis
  • Move from rational to visual processes
  • Promotion of higher level of thinking
  • Reflection of, on, and about the learning process
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