Teaching Multicultural Education Through the Lives of the Saints

I know you, Lord as I have served your people in learning about you.  There are so many saints from all over the world! With such diversity, our classrooms are more and more mirroring that diversity. Teaching Multiculturalism is imperative. This workshop will provide those who work with students with practical tips and ideas to incorporate multicultural education through the lives of the saints. As the saints of the church renewed their faith with rejoicing, such as Saint Damien of Moloka'i to San Lorenzo Ruiz de Manila, the Catholic Church-the Universal Church-can learn more about our diverse sisters and brothers through their sainthood. 

Speaker(s)

Jason Solano, M.Ed

Jason Solano, M.Ed has been teaching in the Sacramento Diocese for over 10 years. He has worked with many ministries including parish missions, retreats, youth and young adult groups and directing music for the liturgy. He earned his A.A in Liberal Arts and Music, a B.A in Ethnic Studies with a concentration in Education, a M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction and is now pursuing his Ed.D.