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    JAE Editorial: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy Kindergarten-Tertiary New!!
    This issue includes a special section titled Culturally Responsive Pedagogy for Adventist Schools. In her guest editorial, Charline Barnes Rowland explains how this issue “promotes intentional, harmonious development of all students in Adventist schools...

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    Developmental Stages in the Educational Preparation of Effective Leaders - Higher Education Tertiary New!!
    "One of the fundamental purposes of education is to prepare young people to be effective leaders in academia, business, church, government, and in various fields of professional and practical life. This article will articulate five foundational purposes...

  • Adventist Resource
    Don’t Forget to Remember Grade 9-Lifelong New!!
    With its official debut planned for 2020, the first online version of the Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists will help ensure our church’s history and stories remain for future generations. Teachers, students, and others are invited to contribute.

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    Engaging Head, Hand, and Heart: Lessons from a Caribbean Social-work Degree Program Tertiary New!!
    The Culturally Responsive Teaching (CRT) approach seems to go well with the wholistic orientation of Adventist education. Recognizing this, the author asked: “Can CRT be used to achieve the wholistic development of tertiary students, as conceptualized...

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Seventh-day Adventist Educators Blog

Lead by Investing in People

Posted on Thursday March 21, 2019

“When they saw the courage of Peter and John and realized that they were unschooled, ordinary men, they were astonished and they took note that these men had been with Jesus” (Acts 4:13). Leadership is a modern-day buzzword with ongoing discussion on leadership definitions, styles and typologies. Where does the Christian fit into all of … Continued

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Los cuatro pilares de la educación adventista (Parte 2)

Posted on Wednesday March 20, 2019

En la primera parte de esta exploración, identificamos los cuatro pilares de la educación: obediencia, dominio propio, respeto y reverencia. Vamos a elaborar más sobre la obediencia y el dominio propio y cómo se relacionan con la educación adventista. Obediencia: Los padres y maestros conscientes de su responsabilidad ante Dios y ante la sociedad deben … Continued

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Partnering with Parents: Topical Training

Posted on Monday March 18, 2019

Help your students thrive by building stronger families through short, engaging, easy-to-read newsletters for parents of children and teens. The Curriculum and Instruction Resource Center Linking Adventist Educators(CIRCLE.adventist.org) curated the best articles from a column written by Adventist family therapist Susan Murray for the Lake Union Herald. Consider including the URL in an email or your … Continued

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Une leçon bien apprise

Posted on Thursday March 14, 2019

Dans notre classe de pédagogie on nous a souvent répété que l’enfant n’est pas un adulte en miniature mais un petit être avec ses propres sentiments, ses besoins et son monde à lui seul. Mon histoire le prouve. Je n’aimais pas la façon dont les élèves entraient dans la salle de classe le matin. Ils … Continued

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