Resources for Teachers

Convenient links to files and useful websites for teachers

Click on any of the following links to access resources in the format shown.

Official websites of Adventist Education

Adventist Deaf Ministries — A Nonprofit Religious Ministry by and for Deaf People.

Adventist Digital Education Consortium (ADEC) — A group of 13 Seventh-day Adventist affiliated colleges with a mission to use digital technology to enhance Christian education among member institutions.

Adventist Religious Liberty — This web site is sponsored by the Church State Council, and is devoted exclusively to issues of religious freedom.

Atlantic Union Teacher Bulletin — The Atlantic Union Teacher Bulletin offers curriculum material created by teachers offering classroom resources of integrated multi-age/multi-grade units for Seventh-day Adventist educators.

Canadian Adventist Teacher Network (CATnet) — An online journal, curriculum and other resources, teacher talk, contact information and news, and a section on technology in the classroom.

CIRCLE — Circle is the online clearinghouse of Adventist teaching materials linking educators to quality resources. Visit CIRCLE to instantly down load or order resources for your school or classroom, share classroom-ready materials with colleagues, discover valuable links to resources for SDA teaching, and search for specific resources.

General Conference Seventh-Day Adventists Department of Education — The Education Department is responsible for the coordination, promotion, training, and quality of the global Seventh-day Adventist educational program.

Griggs International Academy — Since 1909, Griggs International Academy (formerly Home Study International) has served more than 300,000 students from over 60 countries. GIA has programs that meet the needs of the individual home schooler, NAD brick and mortar schools (K-higher education) and NAD teachers. Visit the website to see how GIA can help you!

Journal of Adventist Education — A prize-winning educational journal for Adventist educators. NAD teachers can fulfill part of their recertification credit by faithfully reading this informative magazine. We encourage teachers and administrators not only to read this journal, but to write for it as well.

North American Division of Seventh-Day Adventists (NAD) — This is the web for the North American Division including resources, services, news, and information.

Philanthropic Service for Institutions — PSI is the Adventist church’s department of philanthropy. This site contains a fund raising resource database and on-line library.

Professional Growth Books — The North American Division Office of Education is pleased to publish an annual list of Professional Growth Books. We encourage all educators to be life-long learners and believe that these books will help you toward that goal.

Technology and Distance Education Committee (TDEC) — Designed to assist Adventist educators navigate the rapidly changing and expanding field of educational technology and to learn how to integrate technology into the curriculum.

Other Seventh-Day Adventist Links for Adventist Educators

Active Online Learning — Are you creating online courses? Do you want to know how to teach online? Do you want to include active learning, meaningful interactions, stimulating learning experiences in your online courses? Do you want to integrate faith and learning online? Do you want all these things and credit, too? Please check out this new course. It could be just what you need.

Adventist PlusLine — This is a telephone help line where real people answer the phones and help you find specific church resource materials or refer you to information sources.

Adventist.fm — The only constantly-updated Adventist News service on the Internet. It contains 100 message areas, on-line Sabbath school help, an on-line Adventist magazine, plus more than 1,844 links to other Adventist websites.

Alumni Achievement Awards — This organization provides awards to grade 9-12 schools and classroom teachers who exhibit excellence in Adventist Education.

dre.am VISION Ministry — This is a para-church agency dedicated to nurturing and empowering young people in Christian lifestyle and leadership. dVm provides training, resourcing, networking, and consultation in a wide array of reative youth/young adult ministry arenas.

Geoscience Research Institute — The Geoscience Research Institute fosters research about creation with this site containing resources and topical papers.

LarryBlackmer.com — PowerPoint presentations for administrators. Photos to be used in the classroom.

Learnwell Online — A distance education portal especially for courses and continuing education in health and in ethics.

National Account Program — The National Account Program is a service of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventist under the direction of the treasury department in Silver Spring, Maryland. The combined purchasing power of the church enables us to negotiate exceptional contract pricing that we can offer to our member organizations.

Newbold College — Newbold College in England is able to offer students a “Year in England” to study General Education credits through Andrews University or Columbia Union College. Credits can then be transferred back to North American Division.

SDAnet — This site coordinated by layperson Dr. Steven Timm contains news, discussion, a comprehensive list of SDA web sites including media outlets, churches with a graphical church locator, and Bible study forum.

Three Angels Global Networking (TAGnet) — This site operated by Adventist laypersons contains links to many Seventh-day Adventist resources, web sites, and media sources.

Worship — A resource for bringing missions into the classroom. It includes activities for 32 needy countries in various curriculum areas. Activities include quizzes on capitals and flags, questions to learn about the culture of the countries, and links to ADRA and AWR mission stories.

Other Professional and Religious Sites for Adventist Educators

Association for Biblical Higher Education — Accrediting Association of Bible Colleges (AABC) has changed its name and moved! The new name is the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE).

Association of Southern Baptist Colleges and Schools

Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada

Coalition for Christian Colleges and Universities

Council for American Private Education

Gates Millennium Scholar Award — Scholarships awarded to African Americans, American Indians/Alaska Natives, Asian Pacific Islander Americans, Hispanic Americans

Great Lakes Colleges Association

Helping America Learn

National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities

National Association of Schools and Colleges of the United Methodist Church

National Council for Private School Accreditation

United Negro College Fund