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Discover the realm of Robotics and the need for STEM education while learning how to start a program at your school. 0.5 CEU
Gain a biblical basis for confidence in Ellen White's writings, better understand inspiration, be equipped to provide answers to objections to White's prophetic ministry, understand her cultural milieu and become a better-informed agent to pass on that understanding. 2.0 CEU
Explore proposals for the development of 21st century skills and how web based technologies can be utilized to help engage today's learners while preparing them for a future characterized by change. 2.4 CEU
Learn principles to help coaches and school leaders establish and clarify the mission and purpose for their interschool sports program, and equip them to put those values into practice with their teams. 2.0 CEU
There is no substitute for spending time with our children or students. You may read articles that speak about “quality time.” It is important that we give our children or students our full attention. But do not think that playing the “full attention” game legitimizes less time. This was driven home to me when Claire … Continued
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Ana Carolina da Silva Toledo Moura A grande maioria dos alunos não utiliza estratégias eficazes na hora de estudar e, muitas vezes, essa é a razão de apresentarem baixos resultados. Segundo a Base Nacional Comum Curricular (BNCC), os estudantes devem ser educados para a autonomia, sendo assim, devem se tornar protagonistas de seu próprio desenvolvimento. … Continued
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Ideally, the Adventist philosophy of education drives practices and policies in Adventist education. We can reduce the gap between theory and practice by understanding the meaning of Adventist education and reevaluating its practice. Adventist education should be: Academically Competitive Education has a redemptive purpose, but we must not undermine the academic part of education. Adventist … Continued
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The ultimate purpose of Adventist Christian education is the restoration of human beings to the image of their maker through a saving relationship with Jesus Christ. This is mainly achieved through redemptive discipline. The Christian teacher disciples and equips the learner to grow spiritually, academically, psychologically, emotionally, and socially. Definition of the term ‘Discipline’ The … Continued
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