Using the Functions of Christ for a Functional Classroom

When asked: "How do you know me?" You can confidently answer, "I know you as I served you, in serving the people--I am anointed."  We are all anointed, like Jesus: priest, prophet, and king, but what does this really mean for us?  We will examine what it means to live the roles and functions of Christ we were baptized with and use them in our own functional classroom.  In this workshop, we will use strategies to enhance classroom and behavioral management, student engagement, develop professional and instructional capacity, enrich teaching and learning and improve learning outcomes for all students-in school and catechism classes.  We will use the model of the functions we are called to be and utilize our gifts as we were anointed as: priest, prophet and king.


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.