Anchored in Hope
There are times in our personal and professional lives—individually and collectively―when fear seizes our hearts. How can we continue to be hopeful during these difficult times?
The Church School:
Where Churches and Schools Collaborate in Mission
This presentation shares a vision for the revitalizing of Adventist education by proposing to do things differently.
Thirty Years of Research on the Impact of Adventist Schools on Students
This article reviews key findings of several landmark studies on the impact of Adventist education on Adventist students attending denominational schools, with the goal to inspire continuing research and further study.
Teaching and Assessing Language Skills Online
With the arrival of the digital era and online education, teachers have a new assignment―to teach and assess language skills online.
Enhancing Learning Through Reflective E-Journals
With the onset of online learning, e-journaling has taken the place of the traditional paper-based journaling.
Modern Biology and Biblical Principles
Technology now enables us to look deep within the cell to view the activities of individual molecules, enzymes, even individual atoms.
The How and Why of Starting a Faculty Book Club
FBCs are a type of Faculty Learning Community (FLC). The research on the effects of FLCs has been overwhelmingly positive. They create connections and networks for isolated teachers, foster multidisciplinary curricula, and help construct community in higher education.