An Article by Lisa Mladinich from RTJ’s Creative Catehcist
Catechists are pretty savvy when it comes to online resources. For instance, most of us search the Internet at lightning speed to access free materials like Catholic coloring pages, lesson plans, or craft instructions. Many of us create our own worksheets, word searches, crossword puzzles, and mazes by using free sites like ArmoredPenguin.com, DiscoveryEducation.com, and Zoomerang.com.
Last year, I made the acquaintance of Carmen LaGalante, a Catholic teacher who continually experiments with new ways to help students encounter Christ through real-world experiences of their faith in action. Her blog, jesusteachertech.com, describes how she harnesses the power of technology to do just that. These are some of her recommendations:
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Lisa Mladinich is a wife and mother and the author of the “Be an Amazing Catechist” series from Our Sunday Visitor. She is the owner of AmazingCatechists.com and blogs at “Water into Wine” at Patheos.com