The Summit is coming, the Summit is coming!

Join us at the University of Dayton on June 24th for the 2016 Catholic Education Summit!

This year’s theme is Listen, Dialogue, Plan, Act: Contemplation and Technology in Catholic Schools. Our nationally known presenters include the following:

  • Gail Donahue, an instructional coach from Notre Dame of Maryland University
  • Rev. Michael Fish, OSB, Cam, a spiritual director from the New Camaldoli Hermitage in California
  • Katie Poeppelmeier, an educational consultant with SOITA
  • Paul Tratnyek, a faith animator with the Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District school Board, Canada
  • Sr. Angela Ann Zukowski, is Director of the Institute for Pastoral Initiatives and a Professor in Department of Religious Studies at the University of Dayton.

image from summitYou will study the incorporation of contemplation into the life and culture of Catholic schools. You will explore the role of technological innovation in pursuit of academic excellence in Catholic schools.  Furthermore, you will have the opportunity to incorporate these topics into best practices that will enhance your school’s curriculum and practical faith formation.

You will network with colleagues, learn from dynamic presenters, participate in facilitated conversations, and have the opportunity to develop action steps.

At the end of this day of professional development, you are invited to join us for dinner as we celebrate the twentieth anniversary year of the Center for Catholic Education.

And all at an affordable price!

  • The on-campus participation fee is $25/person or $100/team of 4-6. This cost includes five keynote sessions and three networking sessions, as well as continental breakfast and lunch.
  • The virtual participation fee is $25/person. This cost includes five keynote sessions and participation in threaded discussions.

For further information, please contact Barbara Miller.