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The Reverend Father
John W. O'Malley, S.J.

Third Annual Distinguished Guest Lecture on Jesuit Pedagogy

"Pedagogy and Principles in the Early Jesuit Schools: So What for Today?"

by the Reverend Father John W. O'Malley, University Professor of Theology, Georgetown University.

In their academic programs the early Jesuits managed to balance "science" and the humanities.  Do they provide any guidelines for today? 

Fr. O'Malley delivered the CTE's third annual Jesuit Pedagogy lecture on Wednesday, February 19th.

Read more here.



Teaching Tip
If you've ever felt overwhelmed by the piles of grading to do, this book has good advice for you! More.

Teaching Tip
Golden Rules of Flipping the Classroom. Four succinct pieces of advice about flipping the classroom from “The Flipped Classroom Field Guide.” More.

Teaching Tip
The Value of Quizzes. Nothing says “do the reading” like regular quizzes. But we’ve also learned from the research that quizzes are useful for what may be surprising reasons. More.

The CTE mourns Anne Mannion, founding director
Anne Mannion, the CTE's founding director, passed away on July 16, 2013. More.



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