In this essay we examine three major resources for revising the core curriculum in Jesuit universities, commenting on how each can contribute to an integrated Ignatian core, guiding us toward answers to our questions about content and pedagogy. Our rich Jesuit tradition is one of these resources. Two other important resources are contemporary publications about promoting citizenship in higher education and about supporting student learning through assessment.
Ignatian Values in the Core CurriculumEnglish
PublisherNational Seminar on Jesuit Higher Education and the Board of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities
Citation InformationBrown, Phyllis, and Diane Jonte-Pace. "Ignatian Values in the Core Curriculum: Justice, Citizenship, and Reflection for a Globalizing World." Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education 38 (fall 2010): 36-39.