Qualities of the Ignatian Learner (Part VI)

The Ignatian Pedagogy is a timeless philosophy for education. It teaches children to grow in holiness and it also prepares them to be agents of change in the world! A student being led in the Ignatian Pedagogy will learn to grow their God-given talents.

Let’s look at a few of the qualities that the Ignatian Pedagogy seeks to promote:

Thank you for joining us for this series on the Basics of Ignatian Pedagogy!

About the author: Stacey Jarzynka has a decade of experience as a Catholic school teacher and a reading intervention specialist. After having her daughter, she started looking for jobs where she could stay home while also pursuing her love of creating content that inspires young people to grow deeper in their Catholic faith. God’s answer to her prayer started with the homeschooling moms in her book club introducing her to classical education and it ended with an offer to start developing content for Kolbe. Stacey resides in a small town in Illinois with her husband and two children.

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