FIND THE WAY
CATHOLIC SCHOOL PRESENTATIONS
About Find the Way
WELLNESS TOOLS TO EQUIP STUDENTS TO LIVE VIRTUOUS & PURPOSEFUL LIVES IN CHRIST.
FIND THE WAY
"FIND THE WAY" is a Catholic school presentation and collection of online resources to help equip students to live purposeful & virtuous lives in Christ through our Catholic faith. Prepared with a "backpack of tools", students are given a strategy for wellness, to navigate any circumstance and journeying towards our eternal destination. The presentation is high energy, using engaging music and dynamic stories & visuals to bring to life our Catholic faith. The live presentation and online content (designed to be used the in the classroom to compliment the presentation) draws from all six strands of the Ontario Religious Education curriculum and emphasizes the Catholic Graduate Expectations.
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Is the presentation Catholic?
YES! The content is all in line with Catholic teaching and draws from all six strands of the Ontario Relgious Education curriculum. Even though the presentation speaks to the Catholic faith, even non-Catholics can appreciate and apply the information and tools.
What age group is the presentation designed for?
The presentation can be used for any grade K-12. For full day sessions, the presentation is broken up into divisions so that it can be delivered and communicated most ideally to each age group.
Is this just a talk, or music as well?
Both! I use a combination of high energy, engaging music as well as dynamic speaking to inspire and encourage students and staff.
How long is the presentation?
Presentations are typically 45 minutes in length, and can be extended with a Q&A if desired. For younger grades presentations are slightly shorter to maintain attention span.
Is this just a presentation, or are there classroom resources as well?
Yes! The presentation is meant to be part of a larger collection of resources available online for students, educators and parents. There are teaching videos and activities available for use to create continuity throughout the entire school year.