Monthly Archives: March 2016

5 posts

Being the Story(teller)

The Storyteller role in our classroom seems clear cut.  There is a book with the ritual we use to open our class.  The book contains the story.  The Storyteller leads the class through the ritual and the story and dismisses children to their work. But this role done well is […]

On Retreat

Today I got the pleasure and the honor of exploring Christian traditions of contemplation and meditation with a lovely group of women.  One of the things we did was an active imagination contemplation on a passage from a gospel.  I used Mark 6:53-56 which is a short passage whose language […]