The triennial Symposium on Ignatian Education is a major occasion where members of JSN are convened in order to reflect on and enhance the teaching and administration of Jesuit schools. In June 2015, JSN welcomed 41 school groups comprised of 145 Jesuit educators from Network schools to the University of Scranton for its 8th triennial Symposium: Cura Personalis: A Pedagogical Imperative Today... and Tomorrow! The Symposium was intended to animate the concept of Cura Personalis is a real-world, classroom based and relationship grounded manner so that participants were able to return to their schools not only with new ideas about Cura Personalis but also with practical ways to engage in the work of Cura Personalis in all its various contexts. Through a week that included time for prayer, personal reflection, opportunities for small group engagement, focused sessions moderated by participants and a half-day retreat experience, those who attended participated in fruitful and enriching conversations about Cura Personalis and what it means to Ignatian Learners, Ignatian Educators and Ignatian Communities. Below you will find materials from focused sessions.
|Symposium on Ignatian Education||1994||Fordham University (Lincoln Center) & Loyola School|
|The Interplay of Experience and Reflection Across the Disciplines||1997||Regis University|
|Active Reflection Leading to Reflective Action||2000||Regis University|
|Evaluation: A Key to Cura Personalis||2003||Regis University|
|IPP: Shaping the Whole Jesuit High School||2006||Le Moyne College|
|Jesuit High School Curriculum and Grad at Grad||2009||University of San Francisco|
|Ignatian Learning Communities||2012||Marquette University|
|Cura Personalis: A Pedagogical Imperative Today... and Tomorrow!||2015||University of Scranton|
The JSEA liaison for the Symposium is Jeff Howard.