Small Schools: An Asset to Adventist Education
Across the North American Division (NAD), more than 60 percent of PreK-10 schools are labeled as “small schools.”
Highlighting Excellence in Small Schools
Small schools have always been part of the educational landscape in North America and many parts of the world.
Shifting our Lens:
Practical Trauma-informed Approaches for Educators
Social-emotional learning. Diversity and inclusion. Trauma-informed education. These are buzzwords in education today, with interest growing as educators seek to support students and families amidst the realities of COVID-19’s ongoing ramifications.
Using Online Education to Address the Challenges of Small, Multigrade Schools
Small schools face practical challenges in delivering high-quality education while operating with limited staff and budget constraints in multigrade classrooms. Educators in these schools require support and services.
A Three-story Approach to Teaching Scripture
Children are not born Christian. Nor are they born Seventh-day Adventists. They must be led to Jesus individually and personally. Discipleship doesn’t happen by simply being in a Christian environment—there must be a very intentional process for every child.
Library Management in Four Steps:
Evaluating, Planning, Purchasing, and Organizing Libraries in the Small School
For teachers without formal training in library science, creating, maintaining, or using a currently existing library may feel daunting. However, the process can be broken down into four basic repeatable concepts—evaluation, planning, purchasing, and organizing.
How Library Volunteers Can Help Your Small School
Because a teacher’s schedule is packed, one of the best decisions regarding the library might be to find a volunteer who loves books and children.
Project-based Learning and Entrepreneurship in Small Schools
Project-based Learning (PBL) presents a pivotal tool for schools, particularly small schools, and naturally lends itself toward building entrepreneurship skills in students.
A Framework to Guide Special-education Practice in Small Schools
Classroom teachers working in small private schools can implement special-education pedagogical practices and meet the individual needs of learners in a myriad of ways, even within the confines of limited resources.
Listening in the Morning:
Devotional Readings for Teachers
In this collection of 80 devotional readings, Trevor Lloyd has skillfully interwoven the stories of biblical heroes along with the stories of Seventh-day Adventist education pioneers.