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resources for improving human relations and increasing intercultural and intergroup understanding


  • Adventist Resource
    Dual Enrollment for Global Education Grade 11-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD presentation explores some tangible and viable approaches for effective K-16 language articulation toward an enhanced global education through a dual language program offered to worthy juniors/seniors in high schools and academies. The author...

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    Education in values project Grade 7-Grade 9
    The main focus of the project is to develop a program of values that provides content to a set of values that arise from studying the life of a biblical character. We propose to study the trajectory of Joseph, from his childhood in Canaan, until he became...

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    Integrating learning, faith and practice in Christian education Grade 1-Lifelong
    The single most important concern in Christian schools must be the integration of faith, teaching, and practice into every aspect of the curriculum. This includes much more than giving verbal tribute to the blending of religion with other disciplines; it must...

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    International Education in Adventist Colleges and Universities Tertiary-Lifelong
    Andrews University president Andreasen shares the importance of creating an international climate and ideas that will help make a school truly international. This article explores the motives for international study, and factors that will ensure a truly international...

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    Lessons from the apostle Paul Grade 5-Lifelong
    The Scriptures present Paul as an apostle chosen by God and endowed with privileges that few have had. In his last days he hastily requested: "Timothy, the time of my departure has come. Many have left me. Come to me and bring my scrolls" (2 Timothy...

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    Mental Diversity in Our Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Most of us are used to ethnic diversity in our schools, but can we get used to mental diversity? If we reflect on students who are different because their brains work differently, we may have some difficulty seeing them in a regular class setting. How do we...

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    Relationships Among Expectations of Reentry Problems of International Students Living in On-campus Apartments and Off-campus Housing at Andrews University and Selected Student Characteristics Tertiary
    Problem: Andrews University has maintained a large international student population throughout the years, but no previous study exists that examines expectations of reentry problems among international students. Consequently, neither has there been...

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    The Role of a Historically Black College in Adventist Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    President Baker provides a brief history of Oakwood College as a historically black college (HBC), and shares insight into the role, direction, and purpose the college has taken. Baker posits that a historically black college in the Adventist context offers...

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    The value of the word in education Grade 3-Lifelong
    Ephesus, 67 A.D. A young shepherd receives a letter. In it he reads the last words of a great apostle who writes to him from a lonely, bleak, damp and cold prison in Rome. He charges him to be a good soldier of Jesus Christ and an approved worker. He warns...

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    Video About Adventist Education Preschool-Tertiary
    This video (in Spanish) shares the principles and ideals of Seventh-day Adventist education.

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    Walking with God Grade 4-Lifelong
    In Genesis 5:22 appears one of my favorite phrases: "And Enoch walked with God". Could you explain its meaning in practical terms? In exploring the meaning of a particular expression it is very helpful to examine the use of similar terms. Often...