Topics in this issue include remote learning, enrollment, education as evangelism, and more.
Building Educational Technology Skills
As educators, we strive to stay up to date in all areas to the best of our abilities. Since the pandemic, it is more important…
Competency Based Education Part 6: College and Career Readiness
CBE may be the foundation employees need to onboard rapidly and develop quickly into competent professionals.
The Matter of Priorities
In 1 Kings 3, Solomon receives an amazing question from God: “God said, ‘Ask! What shall I give you?’” As an educator, what would you…
Competency Based Education Part 5: Assessment and Progression
“If everyone in the learning process knows what the goal is, students will take more ownership of their own learning and teachers will be better…
In Adventist News: January-March 2022
North American Division publications recently included the following articles that may be of interest to Adventist educators. Enjoy reading!
Competency-Based Education Part 4: Design and Differentiation
“When considering the elements of design, student empowerment, measurability, and transferability to multiple contexts should drive learning outcomes.”
Engage Newsletter Spring 2022
Published quarterly, Engage is the official newsletter for North American Division of Seventh-day Adventist Education.
Competency-Based Education Part 3: Considerations and Implementation
“Adaptation of the current curriculum is not the goal; rather it is to re-engineer education around equity, achievement, improvement, and customization”
How to Talk to Children about War in Ukraine
Our world has a violent war happening at this very moment. Russia is aggressively invading Ukraine. This is the subject of every news source worldwide and…
Competency-Based Education, Part 2: Definitions
“Competence-based education focuses on leading students to a combination of knowledge, skills, and attitudes that enables them to carry out a specific function.”
Competency-Based Education, Part 1: Introduction
“Historically, education has been delivered through a systems-focus approach, with the priority put on content acquisition and standardized test scores.”