Here is a compilation of resources, experiences, recommendations and classroom materials some of you have found useful and have generously taken the time to share with your colleagues around the world. Thank you!
The following are experiences and recommendations which teachers have shared on how they have learnt from the current situation and which you might find helpful.
Ana María Vargas Álvarez, Colombia | Oct 20th, 2020
Laura Díez, Spain | Oct 14th, 2020
Wilson Jesús Serrano Díaz, Colombia | Oct 14th, 2020
Vicente Palotti Zorzo, Brazil | Oct 14th, 2020
Here you can browse classroom materials and lesson plans which have been shared by some of you and which are suitable for distance learning. We will continue collecting and sharing these materials.
AP Environmental Science
Description: After studying various environmental policy decisions of federal and state political leaders, the Science and Social Justice faculty connected to bro...
Author: Jennifer LaMaster
Dignity of Every Human Being
Description: For “asynchronous” class meetings (students access the course materials online at a time of their choosing and interact with each other over a lo...
Author: Cora Antonio
Geography Lesson Plan - Human Wellbeing
Description: The Geography unit of work, using Ignatian Pedagogy, aims to engage students in understanding the nature of human wellbeing, global variations in wel...
Author: Sharon McLean
These Ignatian reflections, prayers and resources have been created in response to the current situation. We hope you, your colleagues and students find these helpful. If you have similar resources please do share them!
These days we often hear others and ourselves say “Stay healthy!” and it is indeed great advice and encouragement. Staying healthy mentally and spiritually is key to help us get through this challenging time. Thankfully there are many encouraging and creative initiatives, articles, videos, reflections and prayers from our schools, our Ignatian family and beyond that can help us to take care of our minds, to stay grounded and to pray and reflect to raise our spirits. Read this Global Story
Fr. General Arturo Sosa, Superior General of the Society of Jesus, addresses Jesuits, Jesuit partners, and people of good will around the world in talking about the challenges of looking forward in a time of uncertainty. Watch this Video
St. Ignatius Loyola was a survivor, he survived a major life-threatening injury, convalescence, life begging on the road and times of great uncertainty. He developed an approach to ‘living through difficulty’ based on his experience and using certain rules of thumb. Based on these insights, I humbly offer some reflections and practical advice which may be of help. Read this Reflection
The tradition of praying the Examen develops in us a greater self-understanding and more importantly, a growing awareness of how God is actively involved in our lives. In this video you will find a guide through an Ignatian Examen specifically designed for reflection during this time while many of us are in quarantine and adapting to different living and working situations. Watch the Examen
Students from our Jesuit schools are sharing their reflections on how they are living and experiencing the current situation, specifically with the recent return to school situation. We would love to add your students’ reflections too. Click here for more information.
Cora Antonio, United States of America | Sep 30th, 2020
Reflections Submitted by My Students as Part of the New Global Project “My Return to School During Covid19”
Educate Magis, | Sep 30th, 2020
Educate Magis, | Sep 29th, 2020
Jozée Desrosiers, | Jul 3rd, 2020
Greta Caneva, Australia | Jun 23rd, 2020