Presenter Information

Sharon AkaFollow

Location

BUL208

Start Date

8-11-2016 10:00 AM

End Date

8-11-2016 12:20 PM

Description

This is an interactive session on how to deepen learning and critical thinking through vertical curriculum mapping. This session is especially recommended for departmental teams who tend to teach students in cohorts. Bring your program bulletin and course syllabuses to apply learning to your specific program.

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Biography

Sharon Aka is an Associate Director of Education for the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventist and the Associate Director of the Adventist Learning Community (ALC). She coordinates professional development curriculum construction for Pastors, Administrators, & Lay Ministries across the Division. She believes that the ALC offers the opportunity to extend the gospel mission to the whole world.

Sharon has a professional background as a Registered Nurse, and Nursing Professor and Professional Development Specialist in the post-secondary environment. She is currently a PhD student at Andrews University.

Sharon’s Contact information:

Email: Sharonaka@nadadventist.org

Adventist Learning Community (ALC)

It is the mission of the ALC to empower people with the passion and skills necessary to further the Kingdom of Christ in the 21st century. The ALC is a Seventh-day Adventist ministerial and educational platform designed to strengthen professionals through continuing education courses, teaching resources, ministerial training, and dissemination of uniquely Adventist content for the church community and beyond. Visit the ALC site @ www.adventistlearningcommunity.com and discover thousands of free resources, and over 50 professional development courses.

 
Aug 11th, 10:00 AM Aug 11th, 12:20 PM

Integrating the Curriculum to Maximize Learning

BUL208

This is an interactive session on how to deepen learning and critical thinking through vertical curriculum mapping. This session is especially recommended for departmental teams who tend to teach students in cohorts. Bring your program bulletin and course syllabuses to apply learning to your specific program.

View Presentation Recording