Distance Education for Adventist K-12 Schools
K12 Distributed Education Links to Organizations
Educational Technology Standards
NAD Educational Technology by the NAD Technology & Distance Education Committee K-12 (TDEC)
General Links on Distributed Education
Introduction to Statistics AP Course Materials by Keith Calkins
Acronyms used by AVLN defined.
Active and Collaborative Learning Training and Teaching Materials by Shirley Freed (used for both 9-12 and higher education environments)
Adventist Online Courses
Adventist Distance Education Consortium
The goal of the consortium is to offer a central information source to college students seeking distance learning courses.
Faith Integration Resources
Student Perceptions of the Integration of Faith, Learning, and Practice In a Selected Education Course a 2002 study by Larry Burton, Ph.D., and Constance Nwosu, Ph.D.
Faith Integration Eight modules by Dr. Don Roy, Ph.D. A project sponsored by the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and AVLN.
IFL Revisited, a PowerPoint presentation and position paper by Dr. Don Roy, Ph.D.
Nurturing Faith in the Cyber Classroom by By Dr. G. H. Akers, Professor Emeritus, Andrews University General Conference of S.D.A. (Education), Retired
Integrating Faith and Active Learning Online including links, resources, and more!
Instructor and Student Perceptions of Integration of Faith Online by Janine Lim, AVLN Instructor
Online Teaching Guide and Web Enhancing Materials
Web Enhancing Materials / Online Teaching Guide
WebCT Step-by-Step Instructions for Teachers/Instructors
The instructions are organized by three levels and intended to assist teachers in using the tools of WebCT effectively. The instructions include how to use the WebCT course environment, as well as suggestions for using each tool to meet the Standards for Course Development for AVLN.
WebCT tutorial: You can view it in HTML, PDF (great for printing), or Flash (animations! but can be slower).