Recording Available of Getting Started-Primary Grades Webinar

The recording of the Webinar I recently offered titled Getting Started as a Catechist – Teaching Children of Primary Age is NOW AVAILABLE! To view it, you can either click here or go to the Webinars Tab up above and click there. Here’s the  Note Taking Handout for this webinar. Have a great weekend!

Thanks for Participating in the Getting Started Webinar!

A great big THANK YOU to all the folks who participated in tonight’s Webinar, Getting Started as a Catechist – Intermediate Grades!!! As always, it was wonderful to be able to spend time with you looking more closely at how we can grow in our effectiveness as catechists. Good luck to all you intermediate grade catechists! Next up is my Webinar for catechists of junior high and high school youth on Tuesday, August 30, 2011 […]

Next Up: Webinar for Catechists of Intermediate Age Children

This Wednesday, August 24, 2011, I will be hosting a Getting Started as a Catechist Webinar for those who teach children of Intermediate Grades (grades 4-6). There’s still time to register for this free opportunity! To register, click here. If you’re unable to participate at the scheduled time, there will be a recording of the webinar made available here on my blog within a week of the live event. The recording of the Getting Started as a […]

Countdown to Webinar – Download a Note-Taking Handout

We’re into the final countdown for the free Getting Started Webinar for Catechists of Primary Grade Children (grades 1, 2, and 3). Wednesday, August 17, 2011, 7:00 pm (CDT)   There’s still time to register…just click here. In anticipation of the Webinar, here is a convenient Note Taking Handout that you can download! We cover so much information in these Webinars that some folks have told me they have trouble keeping up and taking notes…this should […]

Getting Started as a Catechist – Free Webinars!

As the new catechetical year approaches, catechists are focusing their attention on how to best engage their students in faith formation. In the United States alone, roughly 150,000 catechists are new to the job each year!  With that in mind, I will once again be hosting a series of free Webinars through Loyola Press called “Getting Started as a Catechist.” This year, I’m offering a new twist: I will be hosting four webinars in the series, each focused on […]

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