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Teaching through Disruption: Maintaining Connections (Part 2)

In Part 1 of this series, we discussed struggles and general tips related to a sudden transition to online learning with high school students. In…

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Teaching through Disruption: Struggles and Strategies (Part 1)

As the novel coronavirus has swept across the world, teachers in the United States, like many teachers elsewhere, have found their schools suddenly disrupted and…

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Project-Based Learning During Online Learning

“Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I’ll understand” (Chinese proverb). Teachers know from experience that learning is…

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Distance Learning in the Elementary School

Are you among the thousands of teachers abruptly separated from your students? By the beginning of April, 1.5 billion learners around the world had been…

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Countering Evaluation Anxiety and Promoting Student Success

Did you ever have a sense of impending doom when your teacher announced an exam or gave an assignment? Did you ever enter an exam…

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Nurturing Civility and Democracy in Universities

Contemporary education should explore and apply the principles of civility and democracy as necessary preconditions for acquiring knowledge of God and the world. Civility is…

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In Adventist News: January-March 2020

North American Division publications recently included the following articles that may be of interest to Adventist educators. Enjoy reading! PUSH (Pray Until Something Happens) by…

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Helping Students Deal with Disruptions Caused by the Coronavirus Pandemic

As the world reels from the novel coronavirus, also called COVID-19, educators, parents, and students are scrambling to adjust to changing circumstances. There are many…

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Boosting Brain Function in the Classroom (Part 2)

As we discussed in Boosting Brain Function (Part 1), teachers can create an environment and spaces in their classroom that work with their students’ brains…

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A New Platform for Authentic Learning Experiences

In my first year of teaching, I taught English overseas at a school located in a small rural town almost 600 miles from the country’s…

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Boosting Brain Function in the Classroom (Part 1)

Teachers can work with the natural function of the brain to enhance learning in the classroom. Your learning space needs to invite your learners to…

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Integrating Faith, Law, Learning and Practice

“It is for freedom that Christ has set us free” (Galatians 5:1). “You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not…

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