As everybody knows, the Pope is visiting the United States this week.
Here are some related resources that might be of particular interested in educators….
First off, you might want to check out this ABC News story, See Pope Francis Use Interactive Screen With School Children.
Pope Francis takes his message of peace and renewal to East Harlem school is from The Los Angeles Times.
In Harlem, Francis visited children of immigrants. Here’s what he said yesterday http://t.co/Ntmdqt1YMx #PopeInNYC pic.twitter.com/3frYqbs2qq
— Post Graphics (@PostGraphics) September 25, 2015
You might be interested in three related previous posts:
The Pope’s Canonization Of Junipero Serra Is A Great Teaching/Learning Opportunity – Here’s What I’m Doing
What “School Reformers” — And All Of Us — Can Learn From Pope Francis About Creating Change
Classroom Management Advice From Pope Francis
Last, but not least, I have to add this note: Pope Francis talked about Dorothy Day in his address to Congress (see NPR’s In Pope Francis’ Congress Speech, Praise For Dorothy Day And Thomas Merton). Prior to my twelve years as a high school teacher, and prior to my preceding nineteen year community organizing career, I spent seven years in the Catholic Worker Movement that was founded by Dorothy Day.
Here’s what the Pope said about her: