The Adventist multigrade curriculum enables learners to develop a life of faith in God, and use their knowledge, skills, and understandings to serve God and humanity.
A well-planned behavior management and organization system is key to creating a classroom conducive to learning, while establishing norms of behavior that help each child feel safe and protected.
Ongoing learning opportunities for teachers, staff, and administrators are provided by professional development products and experiences.
Being a Seventh-day Adventist teaching-principal is an awesome opportunity and responsibility to serve God, change lives, and further the mission of the world church.
A good professional reaches out to his/her organization as well as to other organizations for help, advice and growth.
Be empowered by joining professional organizations that spark your interests, engage your skills, and connects you to others that support your personal and professional growth.
The strength of teachers often comes from their connections with other professional educators. Professional organizations will enhance your professional development and provide endless networking opportunities.
Professional organizations will provide you with cutting edge research, journals, newsletters and websites with invaluable information on up-to-date issues and development in the field of education. It is imperative that teachers continue to grow and stay up-to-date on latest research and teaching strategies. Your involvement with professional organizations will empower you as an educator and implement change that will ultimately contribute towards student success.
Join the Adventist Multigrade Facebook group.