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Ignatius Knew

Ignatius Knew

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Translation into English by Ralph E Metts, SJ. Publication 1995. This is being shared for educational purposes not for anyone's financial profit or to take away from the financial profit of anyone.
Translation into English by Ralph E Metts, SJ. Publication 1995. This is being shared for educational purposes not for anyone's financial profit or to take away from the financial profit of anyone.

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Ralph
E.
lvletts,
S.J.
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JSEAWashington,
D.C.
1995
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JSEA
wishes
to thank
Jesuit
High
School,
Portland,
Oregon
for
the
coverphoto
of
studentsand
teacher.
JSEAalso
wishes
to
thank Richard
Blinn,
S.J.
for
hisphoto
of
Ignatius
teaching catechism
from
Azpeitia,
Spain.
Design
By:THE
DEAN
GROUP,
II.¡CORPONATED
O
1995
JesuitSecondary
EducationAssociation
First
Printing,October
1995
 
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IgnatiusKnew
is dedicated
to
all
those
in
Jesuiteducation
whom
I
have
hadthe
plea-
sure
ofworkingwith
during
the last
sevenyears
as
a
member
of
the
JesuitSecondary
Education
Association(JSEA)staff.
Seven
years
agowhen
I
started
working for
JSEA,
I
could
not
have
written
this
book.
Through
my
interactions
with
you
individ-ually
and
in
thepresentations
I
have
done,
your
questions andcommentshave helped
me
sharpen
andrefine
my
understanding
of
what
Ignatius
knew
about
humanlearning.Theclearer
my
understanding
of
the
lgnatian
concept
of
learning
became
the
more
I
perceived
that
today's
educational
research
is
(re)discovering
many
of
Ignatius'basic
insights
abouthumanlearning.
This
process began
with
my
workwith
the
Jesuitschools
of
the
United
States
Assistancy,and
in
thelast
two
years
continued
through
my
contacts
with
Jesuit
education
around
theworld.
I
am
particularlyindebted
to
my
colleagues
in
Jesuiteducation
fromLatin America,
whosequestionsand
probings
duringmyworkwith
them,
both
in
the
Course
for
the
Directors
of
the
Schools
in
Rio
de Janeiro
in August
1993and
my
inclusion
as
part
of
the
resource
team
for
the
first
ever
meeting
of
all
the
educational
apostolates
of
the
Peruvian
provincein
July
1994,
ñ¡rther
sharpened
my
thinking.
So
it
is
with
heartfeltgratitudeto
all
of
you
and
your
dedicated
work
in
Jesuiteducation
throughout
the
world
that
I
dedicate
lgnatius
Knew.

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