Thursday, January 11, 2007

Media Mindfulness: Educating Teens about Faith and Media Book

Media Mindfulness: Educating Teens about Faith and Media

By Gretchen Hailer, RSHM and Rose Pacatte, FSP

Whether you are a Catholic high school teacher of any discipline, a catechist, or a youth minister, feel confident that you can educate teens in one of the most difficult yet crucial areas of their growth in faith. Beware! Sister Media and Sister Catechist have written an information-packed resource that also shares their sense of fun and exploration. You and your students might consider this study of Media Mindfulness to be one of the most enjoyable and meaningful educational experiences in high school!





What are people saying about Media Mindfulness?

"This is an important book on a timely and critical topic. By approaching media and popular culture from a perspective grounded in faith and Scripture, Hailer and Pacatte have given us a powerful, comprehensive resource for helping teens understand and thoughtfully reflect on the role media and technology play in their young lives. The four-part "media mindfulness" strategy gives educators, ministers, and mentors a framework and effective activities for engaging youth in thoughtful analysis of media and its influence on attitudes, behaviors, faith, and values. This book belongs in every church, youth ministry, and religious education program."

Frank Gallagher, Director, Education and Media Literacy, Cable in the Classroom

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