Mustard Seed Training

Materials for praying with children.

Upcoming Workshop: Facebook in the Classroom

Educators in Northeast Ohio: please join me Friday, June 6th, 9:00am-12:00pm in Independence, Ohio for this FREE workshop offered by The Literacy Cooperative of Greater Cleveland.

Facebook is increasingly used as a professional and educational tool. During this session instructors will consider (at least) four elements of using Facebook in the classroom, with the opportunity to learn extension activities based on time. Instructors will also discuss practical considerations of internet safety and social media policies.

1)      Privacy Settings
2)      Setting Boundaries
3)      Facebook Page
4)      Facebook Group

Depending on time, instructors might also explore or create lessons for the following extension activities: games, events, and blogs. Workshop is recommended for instructors or curriculum designers with access to technology in the classroom.

Coffee and tea will be provided.


Space is limited to 20 participants. This session is offered at no cost but online registration is required.  Our cancellation policy requires registrants to contact The Literacy Cooperative three business days prior to the event if unable to attend. We often have waiting lists for our trainings and cancellations allow us to accommodate as many interested people as possible.

I hope to see you there!

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About US

Mustard Seed Training is a team of faith-based artisans creating materials for praying with children. Our ministry is to share the love of God and neighbor.

Our group was founded in 2018 by CGS catechist and woodworker Meagen Farrell. Meagen is an author, trainer, and PhD student in the fields of adult basic education and educational technology (that’s the “Training” part!).

Thank you for your patience & prayers!

Our goal is to provide you with quality materials and service. Please view our shipping policy and refund policy. We take a scheduled break every year from December 22 (or the last Friday before Christmas) to January 2 (or the first Monday).

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