You should find out your housing assignment via email in June, so please be checking your Covenant account. May I have appliances and electronics in my room?
Here are some good reasons to use the opening sharing circle as an important addition to your teaching toolbox: You may find that you need to spend an entire class with the children developing behavior guidelines, perhaps even inviting other teachers or a minister to sit in and assist.
Calm children tend to be better-behaved children. If you wish, in classes of older children each child may light a candle from the lighted chalice when it is their turn to speak. If you run into behavior problems and discipline problems, be sure to tell your co-teachers exactly what happened and what steps you took so that we can keep a consistent approach you can write these on the weekly evaluation form.
Covenant College residence halls have mixed housing, with upperclassmen living alongside underclassmen.
Sharing circles are an excellent way to provide a regular age-appropriate worshipful experience for children. Other ways children can share: Meeting place, time and schedule.
Is Internet service available in my room? Registration is limited to 75 people The covenant orientation guidelines and dynamics allow for extensive face-to-face interaction with the teaching team. Hold on to my hand even when I have gone away from you. What are the housing options for upperclassmen?
A suggestion for closing words from the hymnal: Immediately engaging the children What do you do in those two to five minutes as some of the children tear into your classroom, and others drift in slowly talking to their friends?
Teaching can be intense at times. Talk with your fellow teachers about your common endeavor. When you do religion yourself, it comes through to the children, for you will be calmer and close to your spiritual center.
There are some non-negotiable rules for everyone in any religious education program. Greet each child as she or he arrives: The opening circle As a suggestion, each class should begin with a sharing circle or similar opening circle. Some of the curricula include closing words appropriate to the various lessons -- these tend to work quite well.
Additionally, adult leaders should 1 have a social network outside of their religious education responsibility in which to meet their own needs for friendship, affirmation, and self-esteem, and 2 are willing and able to seek assistance from colleagues and religious professionals when they become aware of a situation requiring expert help or intervention.
We are role models to the children in our classes, and one of the best things we can do is show them that living your faith is a matter of joy, not of drudgery and burden.
Have things to pick up and handle: Introduction This manual is for the use of household leaders in conducting their household meetings right after the Christian Life Program CLP.
Light a candle or chalice in the center of the circle. So have fun in your classes! Here are some examples of good activities: Here are some examples of good "middle" activities: Adult leaders need to possess a special dedication to working with our young people in ways which affirm the UUA principles.
Have the child sit outside the room but with the door open so that you maintain visual contact. While beds cannot be lofted, many beds on campus are adjustable. Remember that you do religious education because you care about children, because you want them to grow up safe and happy.
While it is important that adults be capable of maintaining meaningful friendships with the young people they work with, adults must exercise good judgment and mature wisdom in wielding their influence with children and youth.
The household head may opt to have topics or content other than these, as long as the basic objectives for this phase are met. There is a printer available in each residence hall and other academic buildings.
Child and youth protection policy Preliminary remarks The interrelated issues of child protection, child abuse, and domestic violence can be intimidating and scary.
Setting limits Children should have a hand in setting rules for the classroom.
The children and youth will remember you as a person more vividly than they will remember most session plans.YFC Covenant Orientation TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: THE COVENANT ORIENTATION GUIDELINES AND DYNAMICS A.
Covenant Orientation Talks Overview C. Objectives D. Suggested Schedule E. Guidelines In 4/4(2). CREATING A YOUTH GROUP COVENANT The Youth Group should create a covenant each year that addresses issues of sexual behaviors.
the covenant orientation guidelines and dynamics A. RATIONALE The Covenant Orientation is the first set of pastoral formation track teaching given to the youth upon joining CFC Youth for Christ through the Youth Camp.
Schedule. Below you will find the schedule of events for Midwinter including daily schedules, daily workshops (Mon/Wed/Thurs), Tuesday’s discussion groups, and 2 day workshops (starting Monday). • The completed checklist should • Team Dynamics • Patient safety • Falls Prevention • Occurrence reports All agency orientation documents will be housed in the Wheaton Central Staffing Office (WSCO) and copies will be distributed to.
Chapter 1: THE COVENANT ORIENTATION GUIDELINES AND DYNAMICS A. Rationale B. Covenant Orientation Talks Overview C. Objectives D. Suggested Schedule E. Guidelines In Conducting the Activity 1. General Guidelines 2. Roles and Responsibilities of Service Team 3.
Materials Needed 4. Reminders for the Team Leader.Download