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Profile of the Diocese # of School # of educators
Catholic Doctrine       This is Our FaithThis is the Faith of the Church
Catholic Identity• Distinct, unique dimensions of  the Catholic school that  express its Catholicity• Expressed through wo...
Theologians“What makes a Catholic school Catholic?1. Belief in the Christian faith in loyalty to the Scripture   and to th...
Educators“What makes a Catholic school Catholic?”   1. Committed to tradition   2. Belief in basic goodness of people   3....
EducatorsCatholic Teacher IdentityTeachers are committed to:   Community building   Lifelong spiritual growth   Lifelong p...
Educators Catholic Teacher IdentityTeachers are ministers of faith:   Teaching Catholic Doctrine   Practicing Catholic bel...
Bishops“What makes a Catholic school         Catholic?”1. Witness of the faculty2. Focus on the teachings of Jesus3. Unive...
Bishops  Code of Canon LawA school can call itself Catholic withthe consent of the Bishop.The Catholic school has a juridi...
BishopsThe Catholic school is defined as:A community of persons gathered for thepurpose of learning secular and religiousm...
BishopsEssential “Marks” of a Catholic school 1. Formation of the whole person 2. Christ the “one foundation” 3. Community...
BishopsCatholic School Identity“Catholic schools play a critical role inthe Church’s duty to model the personof Jesus Chri...
Mission•Describes the purpose of the   school• Provides a reason for its    existence
Learning / Teaching Styles•Auditory –   Learn through listening•Visual –    Learn through seeing•Kinesthetic –    Learn th...
Multiple Intelligences•Verbal-linguistic “word smart”Connect whatever you are teaching with words andsentences.•Logical-ma...
Multiple Intelligences•Visual-spatial “picture smart”Connect your lesson with pictures or videos.•Bodily-kinesthetic “body...
Multiple Intelligences•Rhythmical-musical “music smart”Sing about the lesson or listen to music.•Interpersonal “people sma...
Multiple Intelligences•Intrapersonal “self smart”Allow time for reflection.•Naturalist “nature smart”Provide some experien...
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  1. 1. Profile of the Diocese # of School # of educators
  2. 2. Catholic Doctrine This is Our FaithThis is the Faith of the Church
  3. 3. Catholic Identity• Distinct, unique dimensions of the Catholic school that express its Catholicity• Expressed through worship, service, community, and/or faith symbols
  4. 4. Theologians“What makes a Catholic school Catholic?1. Belief in the Christian faith in loyalty to the Scripture and to the tradition of the Church as proclaimed by the Magisterium2. Being an active part of God’s beloved people3. Being bound in familial ties with Catholics throughout the world4. Believing that God is active in both the Church and throughout the world - Hunt, Joseph, & Nuzzi (Eds.)
  5. 5. Educators“What makes a Catholic school Catholic?” 1. Committed to tradition 2. Belief in basic goodness of people 3. Sense of sacramentality 4. Communal emphasis 5. Appreciation of learning 6. Committed to justice 7. Committed to individual personhood - Hunt, Joseph, & Nuzzi (Eds.)
  6. 6. EducatorsCatholic Teacher IdentityTeachers are committed to: Community building Lifelong spiritual growth Lifelong professional development Students’ spiritual formation Students’ human development - Shimabukuro
  7. 7. Educators Catholic Teacher IdentityTeachers are ministers of faith: Teaching Catholic Doctrine Practicing Catholic beliefs Participating in Church community - Jacobs
  8. 8. Bishops“What makes a Catholic school Catholic?”1. Witness of the faculty2. Focus on the teachings of Jesus3. Universal call to holiness4. Participation in the sacramental life of the Church - Hunt, Joseph, & Nuzzi (Eds.)
  9. 9. Bishops Code of Canon LawA school can call itself Catholic withthe consent of the Bishop.The Catholic school has a juridicalrelationship with the Bishop.
  10. 10. BishopsThe Catholic school is defined as:A community of persons gathered for thepurpose of learning secular and religiousmatters all in affiliation with Churchdoctrines.Connected to the broader mission of theChurch.An essential part of the Church’s ministry.
  11. 11. BishopsEssential “Marks” of a Catholic school 1. Formation of the whole person 2. Christ the “one foundation” 3. Community of faith 4. Curriculum guided by the Gospels 5. Vital role of teachers - Archbishop J. Michael Miller, C.S.B. www.catholiceducation.org/articles/education/ed0269.html
  12. 12. BishopsCatholic School Identity“Catholic schools play a critical role inthe Church’s duty to model the personof Jesus Christ, to teach the Gospel,and evangelize our cultures.” - Archbishop Wilton Gregory
  13. 13. Mission•Describes the purpose of the school• Provides a reason for its existence
  14. 14. Learning / Teaching Styles•Auditory – Learn through listening•Visual – Learn through seeing•Kinesthetic – Learn through moving, doing, and touching
  15. 15. Multiple Intelligences•Verbal-linguistic “word smart”Connect whatever you are teaching with words andsentences.•Logical-mathematical “number/reasoningsmart”Connect your lesson with numbers and logic.
  16. 16. Multiple Intelligences•Visual-spatial “picture smart”Connect your lesson with pictures or videos.•Bodily-kinesthetic “body smart”Connect your teaching with physical activity.
  17. 17. Multiple Intelligences•Rhythmical-musical “music smart”Sing about the lesson or listen to music.•Interpersonal “people smart”Make the lesson a more social experience.
  18. 18. Multiple Intelligences•Intrapersonal “self smart”Allow time for reflection.•Naturalist “nature smart”Provide some experience of the natural world.
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