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resources outlining relationships between home, school, supporting churches, and the wider community of Christian schools


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    Adventist Business Curricula - Connecting Cows and Currency Tertiary-Lifelong
    Read how La Sierra University students make a practical commitment to community. The Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) team developed a project in which they applied the free enterprise model to a social need.

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    Building Relationships Between Homeschooling Families and Church Schools Preschool-Grade 12
    As more parents choose to educate their children at home, church school educators are faced with questions of how to support these families. This 2012 NAD presentation examines the questions and dilemmas of homeschoolers and teachers, and real-life solutions that have been explored in various communities.

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    Career Opportunities in Philanthropy Grade 12-Lifelong
    Job openings in development targeted to an audience of executives, managers and professionals visiting this site. Individuals who are organization members are encouraged to keep their resumes posted on this site as a reference for employers.

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    Contracting: A Way to Increase Student Learning Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A contract is an agreement between a teacher and the student or parent dealing with goals, behavior, or work that will be accomplished in a certain length of time. Types of contracts are goal-setting, behavior, daily work, and weekly work. Examples of different contracts are presented. Advantages of contracting for the teacher and the student are given.

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    Creating Educational Partnership Between School, Family, and Community Kindergarten-Grade 12 New!!
    "The process of education is enhanced when school, family, and community collaborate. Specifically, such collaborative efforts contribute to increased student achievement. This article focuses on how the above three levels of collaboration work. Epstein’s model of partnership is suggested as a practical framework for improved partnership. The application of this multi-dimensional model has helped to close the gap between schools and communities.

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    Do You Know My Jesus? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Isaac Zayachkowski shares the Canadian Union's commitment to teaching students about Jesus, and helping them to grow in wisdom and stature. However, he believes this can be fully accomplished when administrators, pastors, teachers, and constituent members work together.

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    Forming Partnerships to Enhance Student Learning Grade 11-Tertiary
    Consider connections between local non-profit organizations, college communications and social media classes. Follow the seven tips for teachers wishing to create partnerships for their classes.

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    How to Make Trust Services a Contributing Partner in Your School Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Jeffrey Wilson shares how schools can benefit from the trust services departments of the next highest organization in their structure, whether a conference, mission, union, or division. After the tragic loss of their daughter, Wilson and his wife made the decision to develop an endowment fund in memory of their daughter.

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    Ingredients for a Successful School Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Lee Richards notes that successful schools do not happen by accident, and discusses fourteen ingredients for the successful school

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    JAE Editorial: Multi-Level Partnering in Adventist Education Preschool-Lifelong
    Dulan considers the causes of reluctance to collaborate across levels of Adventist education, and outlines the advantages to colleges/universities partnering with secondary and/or primary schools.

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    JAE Editorial: Possibilities Ahead Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Calvin Rock expresses his convictions about the importance of education to the church's welfare. The Adventist Review and the Integration of Faith and Learning Institute are discussed. Scholarship programs and endowments, a strong elementary and secondary...

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    JAE Editorial: Urban Education - A Living Hope Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This issue explores solutions to improving Adventist education in urban settings. Articles in this edition include the following titles: Christian Education in the Urban Setting: Facing Realities and...

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    JAE Editorial: Will Adventist Education Still Pay? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Adventists need to clarify their distinctiveness in order to sell the idea that Adventist education in its difference pays, rather than costs. Christian education needs to remain true to its nature if it is to retain its effectiveness, its power to attract...

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    Looking For Opportunities To Build Your School? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Marilyn Ilchuk looks at two sides of building relationships: nurturing and confrontation. She examines the role each plays in shaping the relationship the school has with the community.

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    Mediocre, Pretty Good or Excellent? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Seventh-day Adventist educators demand a standard of excellence in moral conduct as well as excellence in their students' physical, social, mental and spiritual areas of life.

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    Missional Educational Leadership in Urban Settings Kindergarten-Tertiary
    “Missionally minded educators are called to engage students, parents, and community members in a shared commitment to change…[which requires]: vision, contextualized behaviors, empowerment of students and others, intentional transformation, and God-honored commitment.”

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    One Public School - Building Community at Breakfast Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This case study describes a partnership school, where a breakfast program is used as one way to connect the community and school.

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    Partnering for Success With Information Literacy Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Educators and students need to be information literate to effectively navigate today's information overload. How can classroom teachers and librarians equip students with these skills? The school librarian can help the teacher incorporate technology and multiple resources into the curriculum; teach course-related information skills; and promote a climate of cooperation.

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    Reaching the Cities with a Message of Hope and Wholeness Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The authors suggest diagnosing potential challenges in a particular urban areas, and then finding community partners, using Christ’s methods of reaching people, and doing whatever can be done to strengthen families—all in order to provide a relevant educational experience to those in urban areas.

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    Supporting Education, Research, and Training in the 21st Century Preschool-Tertiary
    Partnerships among the Curriculum and Instruction Resource Center Linking Educators (CIRCLE), the Adventist Learning Community (ALC), and the Institute of Church Ministry (ICM) now connect more Adventists to education and training resources, and a large collection of research and ministry materials.

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    The College and Its Community Tertiary-Lifelong
    President Greenlaw shares how Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences is able to connect and integrate with faculty, staff, students, and communities of various religious and social backgrounds.

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    The Future of Adventist Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    A board chairman's perspective on the future of Adventist higher education. Issues to be addressed for Adventist education to survive along its chartered lines include: communicating the importance of Christian education, information sharing, enhancing the secondary school relationship, addressing financial dilemmas, cutting operating costs, too many colleges, salaries, and institutional board responsibilities.

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    The Library: A Window of Opportunity Kindergarten-Lifelong
    How does the school library contribute to the mission of the school and open windows to a world of ideas, culture, dreams, and faith? Annette Melgosa shows how the library supports the philosophy of Adventist education.

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    The Renaissance Network Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation discusses an initiative of the Alumni Awards Foundation, a nonprofit organization working to improve Adventist K-12 education in North America. The Renaissance Network is an initiative that improves the level of excellence in schools by providing leadership, resources and training.

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    The Role of Adventist Education in Global Strategy Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article shares the goals of the church's Global Strategy for world evangelization and shows how the educational arm of the church, it schools, teachers, students, administrators, departmental leaders, can cooperate with this Strategy.

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    The Samoan Exchange Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Larsen describes her experience in Samoa helping Iakina SDA School and the Canadian student missionaries (SM's) who were teaching there. She provides an excerpt from interviews she conducted with the SM's. She ends by stating, "I believe I gained more from them than they ever gained from me."

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    Ties That Should Bind our Academies and Colleges: Cooperation and Collaboration Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article lists a dozen examples and benefits of how colleges and academies achieve true collaboration through teamwork.

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    Town and Gown: Enhancing Relationship Between College and Community Tertiary-Lifelong
    Pacific Union College president Osborn discusses the importance of Seventh-day Adventist institutions of higher education making and keeping a growing, reciprocal relationship with the communities in which the exist.

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    Volunteers: Partners in Education Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Seventh-day Adventist schools should tap volunteer resources. Steps for making use of volunteers are finding a volunteer coordinator, assessing the needs, assessing the expertise and willingness of the school's constituents, orientation, recognition, and evaluation. From the JAE multigrade education issue.