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resources regarding the preparation of courses of study


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    Philosophy of Adventist Education - GC Working Policy 2003 Preschool-Lifelong
    The Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Education statement serves as a guideline for Adventist educational institutions world-wide. This includes sections entitled: Premises; Rationale; Aims and Mission; Agencies of Education (home, local and world church,...

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    Block Schedule Lesson Plan Form Preschool-Tertiary
    Because writing lesson plans for a block schedule requires flexibility for time requirements and the number of classes to be taught, this form provides a busy teacher with a handy tool. You can add teacher names to the Teacher drop down list control and Class...

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    Creating Learning Communities in Online Classrooms Kindergarten-Lifelong
    How important is the concept of community to the success of online learning? Don Roy and Shirley Freed explore the implications of community for online environments and consider how educators can facilitate its development.

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    Eine Grundsatzerklarung zur Erziehungsphilosophie Preschool-Lifelong
    The Philosophy of Seventh-day Adventist Education statement serves as a guideline for Adventist educational institutions world-wide. This includes sections entitled: Premises; Rationale; Aims and Mission; Agencies of Education (home, local and world church,...

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    Essentials: Structure and Routine in Online Courses Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this short introduction, Janine Lim shares the importance of creating structure and routine in online course delivery. The entire article, which explores the virtual equivalent of the classroom door, the furniture, the schedule, and the walls, may be accessed at http://www.avln.org/jae/lim403.htm.

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    Globetrotter Correlation Grade 5-Grade 8
    Literature units correlated for small Adventist school use in grades 5-8. Includes materials for multiple intelligences, streamlining curriculum, etc.

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    Lest We Forget . . . The Total Historical Picture Grade 7-Grade 12
    "Much has happened over the last 160 years in our church and in our country. Since 1848, our church and our country have seen many changes and many firsts. Many events have challenged our very existence, but other events have shaped us in to what we are today."

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    Lively Math Teaching-- What is it? How is it Done? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article in the JAE special math issue introduces elements that teachers must have and what they must do to have successful and lively math classes. Teachers must compile concise yearly goals for their pupils; inspect the textbook and select supplementary...

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    Media Arts Course at Deer Lake Adventist School Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Aguilar discusses implementing a Media Arts Course at Deer Lake Adventist School, what the course includes, and how it was developed.

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    Online Education at Montemorelos University: A Story of Change and Commitment Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article shares the story of distance learning at Montemorelos University, from the establishment of the University Internet Team to the creation of the Office for E-learning Design and the e42 Platform.

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    Smash Head on Keyboard to Continue: Two Social Work Teachers' Experience With Cyber-Teaching Tertiary-Lifelong
    Two social work professors share their experience creating a high quality web-based college course in social policy. Their journey moved them from tradition to innovation, improved their collaborative skills, and helped them find new methods for making decisions about assignments, grading, evaluation, and determining student outcomes.

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    Staying Mission-Centered: How a Curriculum Development Model Can Help Keep Online Courses Focused Tertiary-Lifelong
    Designed as a guide for creating online curricula and instruction, the Mission Infinity Model helps clarify the complex process of designing and developing online courses. This model divides the design process into two parallel phases: thinking and doing.

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    Technology and General Education Tertiary--3
    Students must gain knowledge about the design and function of technological systems in order to understand technology and control it for everyone's benefit. Education needs to become more technologically relevant. As general education attempts to train students...

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    Textbook Evaluation Rubric Tertiary-Lifelong
    A textbook evaluation rubric designed for an elementary social studies methods course at Andrews University.

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    Together Growing Fruitful Disciples Framework Grade 5-Lifelong
    Teachers may find this Christian spiritual growth framework a useful tool to hook various components of current curriculum and extra-curricular spiritual growth activities together to evaluate holistic spiritual growth opportunities available to their students...