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    Best Practice Approaches for Multigrade Education Kindergarten-Grade 8 New!!
    "Multigrade educators have to use different approaches and structures to facilitate teaching and learning, as contrasted with the teachers of single grades. As novice and seasoned multigrade teachers navigate the processes related to instruction in a...

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    ChatGPT in the Classroom - Uses, Limitations, and Student and Teacher Experiences Kindergarten-Grade 12 New!!
    "Despite initial fears, generative AI is showing promise in helping educators with their jobs and offering new opportunities to students. At the same time, the current limitations of the technology may cause a variety of unexpected consequences."

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    Promoting Plant-Based Diets in Seventh-day Adventist Schools Preschool-Grade 12 New!!
    "Adventist education promotes wholistic mental, physical, social, and spiritual development. Learning about food and nutrition at school helps students understand God’s plan for their overall health. Schools can also help parents learn how to provide...

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    New Thoughts on School Refusal Kindergarten-Grade 12 New!!
    "School refusal is a psychosocial issue defined as persistently missing school, educational activities or avoiding activities within the school setting which manifests in children and adolescents from 5 to 17 years of age. It occurs in between 2% and...

Seventh-day Adventist Educators Blog

Disciplina Redentora del Docente – Parte 1

Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2024

“Al presente ninguna disciplina parece ser causa de gozo, sino de tristeza; sin embargo, a los que han sido ejercitados por medio de ella, les da después fruto apacible de justicia” Hebreos 12:11. Es verdad. Ninguna disciplina por bien intencionada que sea, causa alegría en la persona que la recibe. De igual modo, tampoco quien … Continued


La “Curva del Olvido”

Posted on Monday February 19, 2024

Como una estrategia evolutiva que promueve la supervivencia de la especie, el cerebro humano está programado para olvidar. Esta fue la conclusión de los neurobiólogos Blake Richards y Paul Frankland. Afirman además, que el olvidar, es un proceso de pérdida gradual de información crítica a pesar de los esfuerzos para retenerla, y que el objetivo … Continued


Dialogue Volume 35, Number 2

Posted on Thursday February 15, 2024

Designed for university students and young professionals, Volume 35, Number 2 of College and University Dialogue is now available online.


Educación Adventista: Octubre-Diciembre 2023

Posted on Tuesday February 13, 2024

Descubre los artículos publicados en el sitio educacionadventista.com de octubre a diciembre de 2023. La Educación Adventista se fundamenta en principios bíblicos y valores duraderos. Este blog ofrece diversas reflexiones y artículos especialmente pensados para profesores en español. Cuidemos nuestra familia: la estabilidad – La estabilidad en el hogar y la unidad de criterios de … Continued