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    Amalgamation of Man and Beast - What Did Ellen White Mean? Tertiary-Lifelong New!!
    "The riddle of Ellen White’s 'amalgamation' statements may be solved by recognizing in her meaning not just interbreeding, but also incest and animal inbreeding."

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    Ellen White Books Online Grade 5-Lifelong New!!
    Search the complete published writings of Ellen G. White or download Ellen White's best known books now available as electronic books. Downloadable titles include: Acts of the Apostles, Christ's Object Lessons, The Desire of Ages, Education, The Great Controversy,...

  • Journey North - A Global Study of Wildlife Migration Grade 1-Grade 12 New!!
    The Journey North project seeks to engage students in global study of wildlife migration and seasonal changes. Through this interactive program, students are able to connect and collaborate with over 493,000 of their peers worldwide as together they track the wildlife migration in the north and south of monarch butterflies, whooping cranes, bald eagles, caribous, hummingbirds, manatees, robins, gray whales, and much more.

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    Pathways of the Pioneers Grade 1-Lifelong New!!
    117 captivating stories cover the exciting, troublesome, and difficult early years of the Seventh-day Adventist church from William Miller's ministry through the death of Ellen G. White. Valuable for classroom, home or church use for all ages. Free online,...

Adventist Learning Community Videos for Teachers

Encounter 5- Inductive Bible Study

There are so many important lessons for us in the…

Diving Deeply into Math

Introduction to a seminar about how to get your s…

Bio 1-1: Irreducible Complexity

Using Michael Behe’s example of a mouse trap, exp…

Nehemiah: Building From Rubble

During the days of Nehemiah, the city needed a wa…

Seventh-day Adventist Educators Blog

JAE 2019-1: School Boards

Posted on Thursday June 13, 2019

Focusing on school boards, Volume 81, Issue 1 (2019) of The Journal of Adventist Education is now available online. In his guest editorial titled Called to Lead in Tumultuous Times, Bordes Henry Saturné discusses the substantial amount of tumult the world of education has seen in recent decades and the opportunities these challenges can provide. … Continued

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Une méthodologie toute spéciale

Posted on Wednesday June 12, 2019

À ce moment, j’étais une enseignante dans la plus grande école élémentaire de la ville. Ma spécialité, la lecture, une matière importante pour le succèsde l’enfant. J’enseignais en cinquième année où j’avais trois groupes. Tout allait bien, les élèves lisaient et je prenais note. Quand j’appelai le nom de Toby Johnson, la classe entière s’exclama: … Continued

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Help! How Will I Learn All These Names?!

Posted on Monday June 10, 2019

The beginning of a new school year, semester, or quarter is often filled with lots of excitement and great expectations. One of the expectations for teachers is that they will learn and remember the names of their students. When I taught at a small school, I learned my students’ names relatively quickly since my homeroom … Continued

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How to Help Students Remember What They Have Learned

Posted on Thursday June 06, 2019

What Teachers Can Do? Start each class with an inspiring prayer, poem, quotation or musical selection. Make sure students have their notebooks and/or textbooks open, ready when class begins. Playing a musical prelude 5 minutes before the start of class can set a positive atmosphere. Use a five-minute outline and review of materials covered in the previous … Continued

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