Professional Development

Online Teacher Part II: Tips for Success for Marathoners and Sprinters

Authors present tips for success for online teachers who identify as either marathoners or sprinters when it comes to completing tasks working from home.

Long right arrow Read More

Online Professional Development on the Adventist Learning Community

Feeling a need for professional development as the education world continually evolves? The Adventist Learning Community is here to help!

Long right arrow Read More

Online Teacher Part I: Marathoner or Sprinter

An Adventist educator presents the two different work styles normally exhibited in online teachers and provides characteritics to identify your style.

Long right arrow Read More

The Legacy of a Coat

Leaders wear coats of different sizes and shapes in the fulfillment of duties. Yet, coats have got their shedding time, a time to take off,…

Long right arrow Read More

Tips for Teaching the Biblical Concept of Tithing

Tithes and offerings are an important part of our spiritual journey. Learn how to teach students the Biblical concept of tithing.

Long right arrow Read More

Personalizing Your Continuing Education

Continuing education is very beneficial to teachers, but sometimes hard to plan for. One teacher shares her strategies for maximizing opportunities.

Long right arrow Read More

Succession Planning

Succession planning is one of the most challenging parts of any leadership position.  Strategies for finding and growing someone to take your own place.

Long right arrow Read More

6 Things to Know About Impulse Buying

Finding a balance in spending habits can be difficult. The article provides reasons for impulse buying and ways to curb it.

Long right arrow Read More

Adventist Learning Community Courses on Incorporating Technology in Your Classes

As a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, schools all over the world have had to quickly switch to online classes.

Long right arrow Read More
stressed student leans on classic chalkboard

Reviving Your Enthusiasm for Teaching

Rather than remaining in isolation, reaching out and asking for help is not only important, but it can be critical to maintaining your stamina and…

Long right arrow Read More
Low back pain.

Cuide da sua postura e viva sem dor

Dicas super simples para o dia a dia em sala de aula. Cuide da postura como professor e viva sem dor.

Long right arrow Read More
tired grey hair professor touching nose bridge

8 Tips for Teaching through Tough Times

Picture yourself as teaching in a country in turmoil. Due to environmental factors such as war, civil unrest, natural disaster or major economic crises, the…

Long right arrow Read More