Service Learning as an Opportunity to Create Global Citizens
February 13, 2018
4pm & 7pm EST
“Works of love directed to one's neighbor are the most perfect external manifestation of the interior grace of the Spirit…” Evangelli Gaudium 37
Who are our neighbors? As technology makes the world a smaller place in some ways, there are still great divides in prosperity and opportunity across the globe. Service learning that engages students with children from around the world not only brings spiritual fruits but provides a global awareness to create responsible citizens of the world.
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Welcome to my Spaceship!
February 20, 2018
In this session , attendees will learn how to transform their schools and classrooms into modern learning spaceships. We will explore the research around the benefits of creating progressive landscapes for learning. Additionally, we will explore specific enhancements such as VR, Digital Collaboration Collaboration Canvas, and Futurist Furniture. Attendees will also engage in a dialogue with schools as to how these spaces have impacted student and community interest, engagement, and enrollment.
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Connecting the Past with Today: Jewish Refugees and the Holocaust
February 21, 2017
Explore the call of the catechist to be a Missionary Disciple. For the
seasons of Advent, Lent and Easter, NCCL, NFCYM, NCEA and CRS will
accompany catechists in unpacking Catholic Social Teaching and its
direct link to the Baptismal call of missionary discipleship. Each
session will be offered prior to the liturgical season listed to equip
participants with tools and resources for the upcoming weeks to be used
for personal and communal reflection.
This session will have a focus on Rights and Responsibilities,
Preferential Option for the Poor and Vulnerable and Dignity of Work and
the Rights of Workers.
Register - 7PM EST