Adventist Educators Blog publishes reflective blog posts from Adventist educators transnationally. Launched in 2017, Adventist Educators Blog is a “digital staff room”—an online space for conversations that inspire interaction among Adventist educators. Using online blogging tools, educators across the globe dialogue with each other and enlarge their perspectives through freely accessible continuing education. As of 2020, blog posts have been read by more than 180,000 users. Contributors to the blog are Seventh-day Adventist educators working in a range of Adventist and other private as well as public sectors of education. From large university campuses to rural schools, each blog post shares reflections and practical ideas for what works best and what matters most for Adventist educators called to the ministry of educating for eternity.
The Blog, envisioned and developed through the Curriculum and Instruction Resource Center Linking Educators (CIRCLE) in partnership with The Journal of Adventist Education® (JAE), is managed by editors who work in Brazil and the United States; it is accessible in multiple languages, with articles published primarily in English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish.
All educators are invited to share their own teaching and administration experiences in short, 500-word blog posts on any of the 12 themes of Adventist educational standards such as educational philosophy and sustainable leadership, spiritual growth and reflective practice, curriculum and assessment, teaching and learning, school environment, communication and partnerships, faith and technology integration. Best practices and emerging trends are shared within the framework of Adventist faith at work in diverse educational spaces. Articles should be submitted to [email protected].
Managing Editor: Suellen Timm
Blog Editors: Keri Conwell, Jessica Chitura, Heather Enders
CIRCLE Director: Glynis Bradfield
CIRCLE Resource Manager: Heather Enders
JAE Editor: Faith-Ann McGarrell