May 25, 2017: Going Further: The Unexpected Joys for Educators and Students of Incorporating Jesuit Mission and Identity in an Interdisciplinary Classroom - TLISI 2017
How can Jesuit spirituality serve as a bridge for undergraduate and graduate students to serve the common good in professional life? How is the Catholic and Jesuit tradition a resource to realize cross-disciplinary learning goals? How can educators at Georgetown become more aware of the transformation that occurs in students and in themselves? This workshop addressed these questions by introducing teaching methodologies inspired by Jesuit values and practices, particularly individual and group reflection, that can be used in a variety of class settings.
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