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    COVID-19 Resources for Teachers - Online Instruction Preschool-Grade 12
    Provided by the North American Division Office of Education and organized by subject and grade, these resources will help as you transition to distance education. Also included are resources on learning how to teach online, a list of educational companies...

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    Online Learning - Some Strategies for Success Grade 9-Tertiary
    How can students make the most of online learning opportunities? This article includes introspective questions to prepare with, mistakes to avoid, and five keys to success. See also the author's new student orientation video, focusing on online...

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    Transitioning to Online School During the COVID-19 Pandemic - San Gabriel Academy Educators Share Recommendations for Good Practice Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "Planning for any school year is a challenge, but planning for a pandemic year was not on the minds of the administration and faculty at San Gabriel Academy (SGA) in San Gabriel, California, U.S.A. Unknown territory has a way of producing challenges,...

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    A New Game! Can We Play as a Team? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Bob Paulson discusses the advantages of Adventist colleges and universities working together as a team in the areas of enrollment and tuition, teacher training and technical support, purchase power, early enrollment programs for high school students, and sponsoring online courses and teachers.

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    Adventist Distance Education K-12: Some Considerations and a Vision for Collaboration Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Distance learning programs can provide Adventist education to more students and offer smaller schools the opportunity to expand their program offerings. Tim Kaldahl addresses the viability and purpose of online programs, the need for student and teacher support, and the importance of developing a distinctly Adventist distance learning program, inclusive of courseware.

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    Coronavirus Resources - Southwestern Union Conference Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Presented in a blog format, Southwestern Union Conference offers helpful responses to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Resources include virtual learning strategies, a handwashing WebQuest, and how to use outdoor learning spaces.

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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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    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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    Geography Field Trips - Why Getting Dirty Matters Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "This investigation explores past and current literature about field trips and evaluates them against the aims of the Australian Geography Curriculum. The literature reveals that virtual field trips have the potential to offer equal and sometimes superior...

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    JAE: Of Interest to Teachers Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This Journal of Adventist Education column features current news, reports, and updates of interest to educators. In this issue: Shopping for Summer Courses; Adventist Virtual Learning Network Conference; Money Math Textbooks; Benefits of Small Schools.

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    Learning Objects Tertiary
    One of them is "any digital resource such as text or video that can be used as a support for learning" or simply as the smallest unit of content that can be reused in different contexts, but it is important based on the above definitions to ask a...

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    Learning Thresholds - A Journey in Online Learning and Teaching Tertiary
    Transitioning from face-to-face teaching to an online/blended delivery format can be a scary move to make. This study identified dominant domains of learning thresholds for three tertiary teachers new to online teaching.

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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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    ​Protecting Student Privacy - Learning From COVID-19 Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Unlike planned online learning utilizing course management or learning-management systems, the Emergency Remote Learning that took place during COVID-19 “often brought together poorly vetted online applications that utilize undefined levels of encryption...