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Managing Screen Time for Children in Online Education

There are many things that educators can do to use screen time in a positive and effective way for their students who are learning online. 

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Educational Neuroscience and Online Education

Through the exciting advancements made in brain science, we can expand our mental models of what makes for effective learning.

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Educational Neuroscience and Trauma-informed Practices

Educators can support students who have experienced trauma by showing care for them, providing support after a traumatic event.

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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!

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Educational Neuroscience, Equality, and Race-informed Practices

There are hundreds of higher-order thinking and problem-solving skills that teachers can use in their classrooms.

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In Adventist News: July-September 2021 (part 1)

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

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Insights on Memory and Attention from Neuroscience

Educators need to understand the science of learning so that they can construct learning environments and experiences.

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Engage Fall 2021

Published quarterly, Engage is the official newsletter for North American Division of Seventh-day Adventist Education.

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How Educational Neuroscience Can Help Teachers

Educational neuroscience can help classroom teachers understand how the behavior of students is influenced.

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From Discipleship to Apostleship and Servant Leadership

Seventh-day Adventist educators are called into leadership training for eventual apostleship as teachers and then to servant leadership.

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La Muerte: Enemiga que También Llega a la Escuela

Las pérdidas de vidas en nuestro entorno dejan huellas de dolor profundo. ¿Seremos instrumentos de bendición para nuestros estudiantes?

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Journey Towards Intentional Teaching

Reflecting on day-to-day moments allows teachers to gain a deeper insight into their teaching practices by identifying associated emotions.

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