Official Bulletin of the Lasallian East Asia District

Posted on 28 July 2021
Official Bulletin of the Lasallian East Asia District

Issue 363 of the LEAD Story, the Official Bulletin of the Lasallian East Asia District, features Hakodate La Salle at Tokyo Olympics, My Journey to Christian Brotherhood, Obituary Brother Victor Gil,  Singapore Principals and Brothers Retreats, De La Salle Brothers' Call For Contributions, Emotionally Healthy Women, Lead Online Community 5...

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Appointment of Brother Rey Mejias as Coordinating Secretary of the Secretariat for Formation

Posted by lasalle.org on 27 July 2021
Appointment of Brother Rey Mejias as Coordinating Secretary of the Secretariat for Formation
Dear Lasallians, We are pleased to announce the appointment of Brother Rey Mejias as Coordinating Secretary of the Secretariat for Formation. In addition to his personal qualities, Brother Rey brings to his new mission a long experience as a formator and administrator. As head of this Secretariat, he will continue the challenging work of institutional implementation of the new formation document "Lasallian Formation for Mission: the Pilgrim's Handbook", on which he is work...
 

PNG Lasallian Youth Gathering 2021: "Building Our Future-The Youths with Christian Values and Moral Ethics."

Posted by Josh Moish on 26 July 2021
PNG Lasallian Youth Gathering 2021: "Building Our Future-The Youths with Christian Values and Moral Ethics."
Recently, the Lasallian Youth students from Vanimo and Wewak travelled to Aitape to meet with the Aitape Youth for the tri-annual Momase Youth Gathering themed "Building Our Future-The Youths with Christian Values and Moral Ethics." Aitape is a coastal town located in Aitape Lumi District in Sandaun Province of Papua New Guinea. The District was the host to our Momase Lasallian Youth Gathering according to our PNG context. Momase is a PNG region consisting of the following provi...
 

Implementing Open-Education Resources in a Sustainable Manner: A Two-Case Study Using a Sustainability Model

Posted by Christopher Fay on 26 July 2021
This dissertation studies the integration of readily available digital instruction materials in secondary schools in the hope that the findings and analysis provided by the author might aid schools in implementing the use of these digital resources (104). At a time when more and more technology is being used in schools for learning purposes and the rising cost of textbooks is accelerating the transition from print to digital materials, many schools are looking to the use...
 

Br Visitor's Message to Brothers on the First World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly

Posted by Br David Hawke on 23 July 2021
Br Visitor's Message to Brothers on the First World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly
Dear Brothers,  Pope Francis has named 25 July as the First World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly. While several of our younger Brothers may honour their grandparents on that day, we can all honour our elderly Brothers. The theme chosen by the Pope for the inaugural commemoration is "I am with you always" Mt 28:30). Recalling the words of the Prophet Joel, "Your old men shall dream dreams, and  your young men will have visions" (Joel 3:1), Pope Fr...
 

CAMBRIDGE RECOGNISES PAKISTANI STUDENTS

Posted by Br Gary Wilson/ Hadayat Nazar on 23 July 2021
CAMBRIDGE RECOGNISES PAKISTANI STUDENTS
Schools worldwide want to salute their achieving students. La Salle Higher Secondary School Multan is no different. In a recent academic year, two Lasallian students topped school groups in Pakistan 0-Level examinations held in November 2020. Br. Shahzad Gill, Principal reported that "Master Muhammad Dawood Ghaffar, son of Abdul Ghaffar, has got distinction in 'Combined Science' (5129) securing 'Top in World' position. He got 'A*' in Mathematics, Physics and C...
 

A recipe for success: Good Shepherd students cooking adventure at La Salle College

Posted by Natalie Quinn on 22 July 2021
A recipe for success: Good Shepherd students cooking adventure at La Salle College
During Term 2, La Salle College Middle Swan welcomed 16 education support students (across Years 3-6) from Good Shepherd Primary School into their Home Economics Department for a day of cooking adventures. The students are all active members of their school Cooking Club however only have access to a small kitchen. The excursion provided a memorable learning experience with Year 11 students assisting the younger students in a range of hands-on kitchen and cooking activities to investigat...
 
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