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    After the Wedding Comes the Marriage Tertiary-Lifelong New!!
    How to deal with conflicts to build and keep a strong marriage. This information can be useful for other types of relationships too.

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    In the Midst of Sorrow 0-2 years-Lifelong New!!
    This article tackles the hard topic of how to help families deal with grief in a healthy way.

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    The Wonderful Spirit Filled Life Grade 12-Lifelong New!!
    Blending lively anecdotes, commentary, and teachings from the Bible, Charles Stanley introduces readers to the Holy Spirit. Stanley shares that the Holy Spirit has personality, a specific job description, and a definite desire to be an active part of our lives.

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    Third Culture Kids 0-2 years-Lifelong New!!
    Third culture kids is a term that refers to children who live in a culture that is different from their home culture. This article looks at that challenges this creates and give resources.

Adventist Learning Community Resources

Introduction to Adventist Robotics

Discover the realm of Robotics and the need for STEM education while learning how to start a program at your school. 0.5 CEU

Spirit of Prophecy

Gain a biblical basis for confidence in Ellen White's writings, better understand inspiration, be equipped to provide answers to objections to White's prophetic ministry, understand her cultural milieu and become a better-informed agent to pass on that understanding. 2.0 CEU

Technology for 21st Century Learning

Explore proposals for the development of 21st century skills and how web based technologies can be utilized to help engage today's learners while preparing them for a future characterized by change. 2.4 CEU

Coaching Distinctively Adventist Sports

Learn principles to help coaches and school leaders establish and clarify the mission and purpose for their interschool sports program, and equip them to put those values into practice with their teams. 2.0 CEU

Seventh-day Adventist Educators Blog

Look at the Context

Posted on Thursday December 12, 2019

(Nurturing Real Growth: Christian Discipline Series – Part 5*) A New Zealand Catholic priest on Kiribati (a small Pacific atoll on the equator) provided me with one of the greatest challenges to my reflections on discipline. We were sitting at the airport and he shared that within the first few days of his arrival as … Continued

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Innovación en educación infantil

Posted on Wednesday December 11, 2019

Desarrollar experiencias educativas innovadoras en las aulas de educación infantil en relación con la integración de la fe ha sido uno de los sueños llevados a cabo en mi experiencia como educadora. Mi búsqueda con este tipo de actividades era ofrecer una metodología que rompiese con esquemas tradicionales de la práctica escolar y especialmente en … Continued

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5 Ways to Instill Confidence in Students

Posted on Monday December 09, 2019

At Olney Adventist Preparatory School (OAPS), we are centered on the whole of each child entrusted to our program. Our goal is to establish a confident foundation for our youth to stand upon as they grow in their walk with Jesus. Additionally, students learn to recognize and exercise their gifts from Him to effectively impact … Continued

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Treat All the Same – But Differently

Posted on Thursday December 05, 2019

(Nurturing Real Growth: Christian Discipline Series – Part 4*) The hallmark of Christian discipline is to show the same individual care. However, fairness and consistency are not always the same. Teachers and parents walk a fine line between the application of redemptive discipline and the way it will be perceived by others. It is the … Continued

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