North American

El Aprendizaje Es Confianza, Humor, y Flexibilidad

El aprendizaje requiere de un clima de confianza, de dejar tiempo para la comunicación, una situación tranquila. El alumno debe sentir que es importante la…

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The Greatest Classroom

Research has shown that spending time outdoors increases not only physical well-being, but academic achievement. Here are some tips for outdoor activities.

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Designing Curriculum for the Glory of God

As an educator, curriculum development can be challenging. Educators want to ensure that curriculum is robust, relevant, and suitable to their audience. As a college…

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Succession Planning

Succession planning is one of the most challenging parts of any leadership position.  Strategies for finding and growing someone to take your own place.

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Biblical Insights on Student Evaluation

Throughout the Bible, we find principles of evaluation that can guide us in our role as educators. Here are a few examples.

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Student Engagement in the Online School

As I write this, the world of education is undergoing a massive shift. We are all facing the impact of COVID-19 and schools are closing.…

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How to Make Formative Assessment More Effective

Diagnostic assessment is an analysis of a student’s performance before beginning the teaching-learning process to determine their prior knowledge and skill. Summative assessment is the…

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Maximizing Student Learning Using Multiple Intelligences

“Nowhere else (but in schools) are large groups of individuals packed so closely together for so many hours, yet expected to perform at peak efficiency…

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Reflection on Remote Learning in a Pandemic

During our last Zoom session, I asked my students to turn on their cameras if they had them. I needed to see their faces. I…

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Organizing for Improved Student Satisfaction

A. A. Milne described organizing as “what you do before you do something, so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up.”…

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In Adventist News: April 2020

North American Division publications recently included the following articles that may be of interest to Adventist educators. Enjoy reading! Would You Be Missed? by Nancy…

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Teaching through Disruption: COVID-19 and the Future of Education – Plus Resource List (Part 3)

In Part 1 of this series, we discussed struggles and strategies related to transitioning to online learning, and in Part 2 we discussed ways to…

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