In Adventist News: January-March 2023 (part 1)

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

In Adventist News March 20, 2023

How To Improve Kids’ Learning After the Pandemic by Alina Baltazar
“The pandemic caused losses of various kinds for everyone. Many people lost loved ones. Others lost their houses and employment. Our kids experienced learning losses.”

Ten Ways to Get Better Sleep by Ramon Irizarry
Prioritizing quality rest can be difficult for a busy educator. Try these tips to form good sleep habits and get a good night’s sleep!

Nothing to Fear With God by Linda Holdipp
“New beginnings, ideas, and energy can be exciting and awkward, but we have nothing to fear with God at the helm.”

The Transforming Power of Education in Mid-America Union Academies by Gerard Ban
“It is our desire to better prepare our students to be successful when they graduate and go out into the world to be productive in their lives and their communities, as well as to pursue higher education degrees if they so choose. All our educators in Mid-America strive to give the best education possible and most importantly to help our students develop their walk with Jesus.”

Adventist Education: We Are Team Your Kid by Kelli Wasemiller
“Do our young people feel like outsiders? Are they lonely? Have we created a safe space for them? Do we listen to them? Do we incorporate their ideas? Do we demonstrate our love for them through the investment of our time, energy, and financial resources? Do we show interest in them all of the time, or only when we’re trying to recruit for our schools? Do we view our young people as statistics or beloved children of God? Do our young people know that they are a valued part of their church family?”

Adventist Education: An Initiative to Cherish by Diane Harris
In the Rocky Mountain Conference, core values include Christ-centered learning, honor, exploration, responsibility, integrity, service, and heroism. Learn how standards-based learning fits in.



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  • | June 12, 2023 at 3:42 am

    This magazine is helpfull especially for me as a teacher.

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