Podcast: Accommodating differences

What do we do when we have children in our Sunday school classes who don’t fit neatly into the common patterns of development? How do we accommodate and embrace children with different language and social skills? In this podcast, Rev. Dan Harper and I discuss these questions and more.

This is the last of four podcasts  about faith and human development as they relate to children’s religious education.

If you missed any of the previous podcasts, you can go to the UUCPA website to see an index of available podcasts.

Podcast: Faith development and chronological age

In this podcast, Rev. Dan Harper and I talk about faith development and chronological age, and addresses questions like:  what happens when someone who grew up with no religious upbringing decides to join a Unitarian Universalist congregation?; and how can we help children new to UUCPA feel welcome?

This is the third of four podcasts about faith development.

Podcast: Human developmental stages

In this podcast, Rev. Dan Harper and I discuss what should adults know about human developmental stages as they relate to what we do in sunday school

This is the second of four podcasts about faith development and human developmental stages.

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Podcast: Faith development and developmental stages

In this podcast, Rev. Dan Harper and I discuss the concepts of faith development and the developmental stages humans go through,  and what those of us who are teaching Sunday school should know about these concepts.

This is the first of four podcasts about faith development and human developmental stages in this series of podcasts.

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