The Joy of Adolescent Catechesis
Monday May 1, 2017
A helpful examination of the newly published document by the Partnership for Adolescent Catechesis. "The Joy of Adolescent Catechesis" will be presented by its primary authors,who will break open the document and provide suggestions for how to best utilize the content locally to help parishes and catechists embrace the vision and components outlined in this document. This session will be recorded and available for review to anyone having registered for the webinar. Presented by Dr. Bob Rice, Miriam Hidalgo and Ela Milewska.
Cultivating a Musical Connection in Young Singers
Monday May 8, 2017
Students begin forming their creative identities and associating themselves with specific activities well before adolescence. How can we make artistic activities appealing and inclusive for students of various backgrounds during these formative years? How do we retain their involvement through middle and high school and beyond? Who is missing from our programs, why, and how do we bring them to the fold?
This session will focus on ideas regarding recruitment, retention, repertoire, and rapport as they relate to cultivating a diverse and inclusive environment in the musical ensembles of our Catholic schools.
How to Spell Success in Your Next School Technology Implementation
Wednesday May 17, 2017
4:00pm or 7:00pm EDT
Today’s fast-evolving technology landscape can make selecting and implementing solutions at your school complicated, to say the least. From full platforms to simple applications, technology is playing a monumental role in the productivity of administration, the way in which teachers and parents communicate, and how schools as a whole interact both internally and with their community. There are so many factor to consider and so many options to weight when selecting what will work best for you and your school. Join Rick Dye from SchoolInfoApp and Dyanne Griffin from TeacherLists as they give you some guidelines that will help make your next technology selection and implementation successful.