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Webinar Drawing Winners

Congratulations to the following teachers for winning the Pathways 2.0—What’s New? webinar drawing.

  • Stacie Schepers
    A.W. Spalding Elementary School
  • Judy Ross
    Oakwood Adventist Academy
  • Xylia Capote
    Abilene Junior Academy

2019–20 Online Subscription Resources Available June 1

Plan now to visit the Adventist Education Online Store to order top-of-the-line educational resources at NAD negotiated pricing. The store is open from June 1 through September 16. The subscription period runs October 1 through September 30. This is available only to schools within the NAD Education system.

View the Subscription Resources Flyer to learn what will be available.

Subscription Resource Flyer

Congratulations to Lisa Senteno

from South Bay Junior Academy, Southern California Conference, Pacific Union for winning the Data Rollup 0 Errors Drawing!

There were 435 schools with 0 errors by midnight, May 2. Sixty-six school individuals entered the drawing. Thank you to all who work hard to maintain accurate records and data for their students and school. You make a difference!

Watch for another drawing opportunity towards the end of September!

Forest School:  A Teaching Model for Success

Want to get out of the classroom and experience an exciting and innovative approach to instruction?!  You can have that opportunity!  Visit the Cottage Forest School website for more information.

Forest School Workshop Flyer

Applying technology in the classroom

Blogging is a great way to spread the excitement rising in our schools as technology continues to make a larger impact in our classrooms. You’ll find topics from “WOW” experiences to security to integration and more. Subscribe now so you don’t miss out on any postings!

TDEC is looking for blog postings from you.

Click the button to contribute your WOW classroom experiences, technology integration ideas, gadgets or any other idea you'd like to share.

Working on Certification?  Do You Need Academic Credit?

The Adventist Learning Community is pleased to offer 4 new technology courses this summer! These ALC Community Courses are offered in the style and rigor of the Adventist Virtual Learning Network (AVLN) courses, which include two weekly discussion forums and a final project. Courses run from June 17–August 2, 2019. One (1) graduate credit is available through Andrews University for a recording fee of $150. Enrollment opens March 1, 2019.

Summer 2019 Courses:

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#FOllowHim Contest Spotlight: Calexico Mission School

We sure have some amazing students! Yakov, a student from California, won 2nd place in a film contest. Adventist Missions will be publishing a Q&A with him and the other winners in the August issue of Mission360˚ magazine.

View his video to the right and the other winning video entires on

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