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Faith Development Office Webinar Archives

Live from Providence, RI! What's at GA for Religious Educators? (June 2014). Gail Forsyth-Vail, Pat Kahn, Jessica York, and Susan Lawrence report from UUA General Assembly 2014 on events at GA.

Beginning or Restarting Adult RE Programming (May 2014) Best practices and caveats for religious professionals and lay leaders charged with jump-starting adult faith development in their congregation, led by Gail Forsyth-Vail.

Supporting Youth with Eating Disorders (April 2014) Reverend Dr. Monica L. Cummings presents on how to identify, approach, and support individuals who may have an eating disorder, in a UU faith community.

Outside In & Upside Down: Applying the "Flipped " Classroom Concept to Faith Development (March 2014) Explore possibilities sparked by the “flipped classroom” concept that is overtaking secular education; presented by Gail Forsyth-Vail and Pat Kahn.

Worship Within and Beyond RE (February 2014) Pat Kahn and Jessica York present on the religious educator's worship needs and how they can be filled. This webinar discusses worship resources for ourselves and resources for Children's Chapel.

Spiritually Preparing to Lead Religious Education (January 2014) The UUA’s Tapestry of Faith curricula provide a unique, reflective spiritual preparation exercise for facilitators to do before each session; Faith Development Office staff presenters unpack and support this practice.

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Last updated on Wednesday, July 16, 2014.

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