Virtual Ignatian Inquiry Sessions
The JSN is eager to encourage a spirit of inquiry across the many layers of our work in Jesuit education. With our Virtual Ignatian Inquiry Sessions we seek to promote content-based resources for the schools and tell the stories of our schools and the educators in them.
When: Tuesday October 18 at 3 p.m. ET
Deepening the Global Dimensions of Jesuit Schools: A Conversation on Launching JSN Programs for Global Awareness
What does being a Globally-minded school actually mean? Is it that the school offers opportunities for travel and service? Or are we invited to see and be more? What do global engagement, networking, and collaboration imply for students and colleagues in our schools? And how can slight shifts in the culture of our schools and collaboration among programs and offerings in our schools help form students who will be prepared for this present-day world they will be stepping into? Can all of this be grounded in mission and core Ignatian Jesuit teachings? Join us as we share new innovative programming from the JSN that responds to the invitations these questions pose. This conversation will be of interest to school leadership, faculty and staff who are called to support globally minded learning and collaborative networking in Jesuit schools across the network.
About the speaker: Catharine Steffens serves as the Director of Global Partnerships and Initiatives for the Jesuit Schools Network. She is also the Assistant for Global Initiatives for the Society of Jesus Secretariat of Secondary and Pre-Secondary in Rome.