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    Adventist Church Education Secretary Ministry Description Kindergarten-Grade 12 New!!
    This free download outlines the duties of the education secretary within Seventh-day Adventist local churches.

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    Adventist Deaf Ministries International Kindergarten-Lifelong New!!
    Adventist Deaf Ministries International provides a variety of resources such as devotionals, videos, and printed materials. Also available is a list of division contacts as well as additional resources by country.

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    Amos Fortune - Free Man - Daily Lesson Guide and Trade Book Grade 6 New!!
    NAD Pathways Grade 6 selection for Theme 1: Heroes. When Amos Fortune, the son of a king of the At-mun-shi tribe in Africa, was only fifteen years old, he was captured by slave traders and brought to Massachusetts, where he was sold at auction. Although his...

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    Cactus Hotel - Daily Lesson Guide and Trade Book Grade 2 New!!
    NAD Pathways Grade 2 selection for Theme 3: Living Things. The intriguing life cycle of the saguaro cactus and the complex web of life that characterizes the North American Sonoran desert is effectively explored in this involving picture book. The author's...

Adventist Learning Community Videos for Teachers

Encounter 5- Inductive Bible Study

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Diving Deeply into Math

Introduction to a seminar about how to get your s…

Bio 1-1: Irreducible Complexity

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Nehemiah: Building From Rubble

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

Seventh-day Adventist Educators Blog

Helping Students Succeed in Online Courses

Posted on Monday September 16, 2019

It may seem surprising that students often struggle in online courses. After all, our students are growing up in an online environment. However, succeeding in online learning requires specific skills not developed through general internet use. As I prepared the orientation unit for Preparing for College and Career, a free online course for Adventist high … Continued

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Seven Strategies for Exceptional Learning

Posted on Thursday September 12, 2019

Every year, at a school located in Melbourne’s east, some 295 students participate in annual Progressive Achievement Tests (PAT), which assess their progress in Reading, Vocabulary and Spelling, Mathematics, Grammar and Punctuation. Staff saw little of the resultant data, so were unable to observe trends or analyse their students’ results. Following the 2017 test results, … Continued

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Introducing the International Journal for Faith Integration

Posted on Wednesday September 11, 2019

A Dream Come True! From the Institute for Faith Integration at Babcock University comes a brand new journal. As Constance C. Nwosu describes in her editorial, the mission of the International Journal for Faith Integration is “to promote faith integration for the holistic development of human capacity.” This faith integration goes beyond learning, reaching to all service … Continued

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Integrating Religion and History in the Classroom

Posted on Monday September 09, 2019

Like most Seventh-day Adventist history professors, I did my graduate work at a non-Adventist institution. In my case, I studied at Auburn University, a public land-grant university in Alabama that long ago forgot its Methodist roots and is now thoroughly secular. When I started teaching history at Pacific Union College a year ago, I tried … Continued

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