Spiritan Pedagogy Invites Faculty Conversations

Across campus a growing number of faculty, graduate students, and administrators are reflecting on the idea of a Spiritan pedagogy. What are the hallmarks of Spiritan pedagogy? Are particular methods and practices particularly suited to Spiritan pedagogy? How does Spiritan pedagogy align with current innovations in education? How does it compare with the pedagogical approaches found in educational settings that are animated by other religious charisms, for example Jesuit or Marianist? What institutional conditions are conducive to Spiritan pedagogy?

Broadening Our Scholarship, Deepening our Disciplainary Commitments, and Reaching People on the Margins

This year's theme for the Spiritan Pedagogy Conversations is "Broadening our Scholarship, Deepening our Disciplinary Commitments, and Reaching People on the Margins." Join us in conversation with campus colleagues in exploring ways that scholarship, disciplinary commitments and service connect with the Spiritan values of the university. Along the way, we will learn about how colleagues are adapting to continue their practice of Spiritan Pedagogy in the midst of the pandemic.

Thursday, Sept 17
11 a.m. - Noon
Discussion leaders: Norm Conti (Sociology) and Rick McCown (Education)
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Thursday, Oct 15
10 a.m - 11:00 a.m.
Discussion leaders: Jennifer Elliot (Pharmacy), Noah Potvin (Music & Nursing), and Anita Zuberi (Sociology)
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The Spiritan Pedagogy series is co-sponsored by the Center for Catholic Faith and Culture in the Division of Mission & Identity and the Center for Teaching Excellence.