Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Seattle are on the cutting edge of a movement to recapture the missionary spirit of our Church. The call to be a Church of missionary disciples is at the heart of the religion curriculum and Goal One (Catholic Identity) of the strategic plan for Catholic schools in the Archdiocese. Mission is our baptismal call to share God's love. As Pope Francis says, we do this “above all” with “the poor and the sick, those who are usually despised and overlooked”
Be on the look-out for the presenter registration! The committee has been hard at work responding to the requests in the evaluations from 2013. We thank you in advance for your participation!
The last official meeting for our Religion Curriculum Committee will be Thursday, May 1. I thank this devoted group of teachers and administrators who so willingly gave of their time to this important work. What did we do? We..
• Established grade level standards
• Created a glossary of terms for teachers keyed to the standards
• Resources keyed to the standards
• End of Year Assessment for grade levels
Our final task:
• Create Unit Plans
Don’t forget! Be a part of Co-Hort One! Be a part of a team who will design an elementary and high school walk-through form for a hand-held device! Click here for the application, due April 29.
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Dr. Abelein gave us such treasures at our follow-up session. We reviewed the unit designs that many of our participants brought to share. We discussed the challenge in the design, and yet the joy in recognizing our expertise in seeing the connections for our students! We moved into the Shifts in both Math and ELA, deepening our understanding of how to truly implement the standards. Finally, we reviewed the instructional strategies in The Core Six by Matthew Perini. If you truly want
Updated Apr-22-2014 at 09:22 AM by Vireak