Jesuit Ratio Studiorum
Edition: 2nd 2000
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Description: The guiding pedagogical document for Jesuit education worldwide was definitively set out in a 1599 tome entitled Ratio Atque Instituto Studiorum Societatis Jesu, "The Plan and Methodology of Jesuit Education." This plan has been praised by scholars from Francis Bacon in the seventeenth century to Harry Broudy and Paul Shore in our day. Some scholars and educators, upon learning of this tradition for the first time, have called it a "best-kept secret." And so it was timely that, at the dawn of the new millennium, an invitational 400th anniversary celebration of the Ratio Studiorum would be held at Fordham University in October of 1999. The fruit of the scholarly papers presented there make up the substance of this book. In addition, two key documents of the late-twentieth-century renewal of Jesuit education are included in the appendixes of this volume. Both The Characteristics of Jesuit Education (1986) and Ignatian Pedagogy: A Practical Approach (1993) have been out of print in English and are provided here in full.
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List price: $35.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Fordham University Press
Publication date: 1/1/2000
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|The Experience of Ignatius Loyola: Background to Jesuit Education|
|Response to Howard Gray, S.J.|
|The "Modus Parisiensis"|
|Response to Gabriel Codina, S.J.|
|How the First Jesuits Became Involved in Education|
|Response to John W. O'Malley, S.J.|
|Development of the Ratio Studiorum|
|Response to John W. Padberg, S.J.|
|Women's Ways of Knowing and Learning: The Response of Mary Ward and Madeleine Sophie Barat to the Ratio Studiorum|
|From the 1599 Ratio Studiorum to the Present: A Humanistic Tradition?|
|A New Ratio for a New Millennium?|
|The Characteristics of Jesuit Education|
|Ignatian Pedagogy: A Practical Approach|