In Adventist News: July-September 2021 (part 2)

North American Division publications recently included the following articles that may be of interest to Adventist educators. Enjoy reading!

In Adventist News October 4, 2021

Remote and Hybrid Learning Largely Successful Across Mid-America by Gerard Ban
In this feature, learn how schools in the Mid-America Union Conference adapted to education during a pandemic. Continue to the following article for the stories of a few teachers offering “Something Better” despite unprecedented obstacles.

Heaven: A Principal’s Heart to Heart by Leidamae Muse
Looking forward to Heaven, this principal sees glimpses of eternity while watching sweet moments at her school. Until then, educators work to show God’s redemptive love as they work with students and families.

10 Reasons Adventist Schools Work in Outlook Magazine
Condensed to a convenient single-page list, this summary of the benefits of Adventist schools covers a variety of areas.

Pensacola Pilots Forest School by Shane Hochstetler
Eager to return to in-person instruction, this school utilized the forest school model. Students enjoyed the outdoor-only school program.

Leadership Camp: Mentoring and Empowering Young Leaders in Adventist Schools by Becky St. Clair
Read how the Southwest Union Conference is intentional in their work with young people through encouragement and opportunities to build leaderships skills.

Is It Worth It? Debating the Value of Adventist Education by David Forsey
This short article considers traditional advantages of Adventist education, as well as areas of growth.

Focus on What Really Counts by Marlene Alvarez
“People and circumstances have changed, but God and the mission have remained the same. When our back is against the wall, when we’ve lost our focus and cannot figure out how to complete the mission, we must seek guidance from our Counselor, the Almighty God, and ask for direction, a new perspective, and even a miracle to open the doors that will lead us down a path to success.”

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