We're not exactly sure how it happened, but we both had a lot to say about Mary, so we've divided this week's video into two segments. In the Comments below, please share your experience of Mary, or what works well in your classroom when introducing children to Jesus' mother. By the way, on the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, October 7, St. Andrew's will host a Living Rosary service at 7pm in the Church.
Classes begin this coming weekend! Let's think a little bit about how you incorporate and incarnate the Scriptures within your session. In the comments section, please feel free to share your own 'best practices'. Thanks!
Video 3: Multi-Activity and Multi-Sensory in the Classroom
This is the third of three introductory videos, to help you as catechists plan your lessons in ways that will be enriching for both you and your students. In future weeks, we'll usually post just one video, often addressing a topic you may be preparing to present in class. We're looking forward to your comments, sharing your own ideas and experiences.
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Video 2: Routine and Ritual in the Classroom. What has worked well for you? Please comment below.
Welcome to Catechist Classroom. Please watch this video to learn why we are offering this effort for you. We'd appreciate your comments.
Katie Fortunato and Cathy Rusin are trying out a different way of supporting our elementary faith formation catechists at St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church in Apex, NC.