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resources that facilitate an environment conducive to excellence in Seventh-day Adventist education


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    Educating for Eternity - A Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Education Preschool-Lifelong
    "In this landmark work, Knight returns to one of his life-long favorite subjects—Adventist educational philosophy. Writing both for the educated layperson and the professional educator, he begins by laying the groundwork of basic philosophic understandings...

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    Ingredients of an Effective Adventist School Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Richard Osborn conducted research identifying the ingredients of the most successful elementary, secondary, and K-12 schools in the North American Division, comparing those results with general effective school research. Grade your own school compared to the...

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    A Grave with Two Open Ends Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The author addresses the ongoing battle between the "rigid, righteous right" and the "loose liberal left" in Adventist Christian circles. How can educators find ways of helping students appreciate, understand, and embrace school and church...

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    ALL Thy Children Shall Be Taught of the Lord Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this feature article in the 1995 General Conference issue of JAE, George Akers reaffirms the Seventh-day Adventist commitment to educating all children. Our children deserve to be in an environment in which they have redemptive discipline, spiritual modeling,...

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    Analogies of a Gardner Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Wentzell uses the metaphor of a garden to describe students and how teachers and the school community impact students.

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    Attitudes and Problems Perceived in Adventist Mission Schools of Hong Kong Tertiary-Lifelong
    Problem: In spite of the combined efforts of both the local churches and the schools, the church attendance of Seventh-day Adventist adolescents has been low. This present study was to identify the religious attitudes of current Adventist students and...

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    Begin with the End in Mind Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Best discusses how the book The Leader in Me by Stephen Covey had an effect on her school and what 'think win-win' or 'put first things first', 'prioritize' and 'synergize' really mean and how they can change the culture of your school.

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    Breathing, Bag Boys and Bottom-Line Essentials Preschool-Tertiary
    This TEACH Journal article seeks to help define the unique essence of Adventist Education. "Some say that the special character of Adventist education is 'the lifestyle and practices of the Seventh-day Adventist Church as expressed in your school'....

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    CHAMPS Model of Adventist Education Preschool-Lifelong
    George Akers presents the themes in Ellen White's writings regarding true education and the ministry of teaching in this one page model. This paradigm demonstrates that conscious character, critical thinkers, cultured people, cooperation, creation, balanced...

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    Columbia Union Conference Powerpoint Presentations Lifelong
    "The Office of Education is making available to Columbia Union educators Powerpoint presentations that have been used in our field for presentations to union and local conferences boards of education, principals councils, curriculum committees, academy...

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    EH&S Issues - Spiritual Safety Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "Schools are diligent in identifying risky situations...However, identifying the risk is not enough. Schools must demonstrate that they have implemented measures to control the risk and minimise the possibility of harm to any student. Are we as diligent...

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    Evangelism Training in Our Schools Grade 7-Grade 12
    How can we train children to be active church members and not just pew warmers? Llewellyn describes steps one school took in personal evangelism training and discipleship of students.

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    Freedom and Constraints - A Glance at Adventist Educational Aims Kindergarten-Tertiary New!!
    "Freedom, in a Christian context, can be a confusing term. Unlike the secular definition of freedom, which includes a lack of restraint, Christian freedom begins with a total surrender to God and His law. Rather than restricting freedom, however, the...

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    Gods Way of Education Kindergarten-Tertiary
    "Adventist Education is a part of a long educational history in which different entities have received direct instruction from God on how we are to educate our young."

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    Have I Got a Story for You - The Narrative Factor in Christian Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    McDonald explores ways that teachers can use narrative to help children develop a personal Christian worldview to transform the quality of their lives. This article also examines the history, purposes, challenges and techniques that affect the successful use...

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    Have We Failed Them? Grade 12
    Reeves gives several suggestions to keep students from "falling through the cracks."

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    Highly Effective Teachers Tertiary
    "The question 'What makes an effective teacher?' is an ongoing concern for those involved in education and teaching. This article argues the importance of taking into account both pedagogic and dispositional characteristics when examining what it might...

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    Integrating Faith in the Curricular Practices of an Adventist Campus Tertiary-Lifelong
    Du Preez makes a constructive critique of some of these "peri-curricular" (pre-, post- and co-curricular)practices, and recommends "how to facilitate this faith integration, together with certain evaluation strategies to assess the effectiveness...

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    JAE Editorial - Building Bridges Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This editorial provides an introduction linking each article in this issue. Centered on discipleship and building bridges between church and school, pastors and educators, Christian education should focus on the holistic development of students as they come...

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    JAE Editorial: Adventist Education and Academic Freedom Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this Journal of Adventist Education editorial, Fowler looks at what is academic freedom and why Adventist education should uphold academic freedom. Articles in this issue include: Two Ministries...

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    JAE Editorial: Educating for Eternity Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This is an exciting year for Adventist education! This editorial describes the Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Conferences taking place around the globe. Additional articles in this issue include: The...

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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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    Journey to Excellence Overview Text - J2E Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The Journey to Excellence initiative provided a framework guiding Adventist education in North America into the 21st century. The outcomes are worth considering still in strategic planning. A pdf version is also available.

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    Liberal Arts Education in a Learning-Centered Seventh-day Adventist College Tertiary-Lifelong
    "What can we do to improve the quality of learning and connect that learning with the development of students’ values? This question is being asked on the campus of Union College by members of the General Education Committee. After a year of research...

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    Ministering to the Secular Student in a Christian College Tertiary-Lifelong
    Logan suggests a method of identifying secular students in Christian colleges and discusses why they chose to attend and how the institution as a whole can minister to the needs of these students. This paper was presented at the first Institute of Christian...

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    Nurturing Youth Relationships Tertiary-Lifelong
    This presentation shares Dudley's research showing why Adventist teenagers leave the church.

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    Old School or Cutting Edge? An Examination of Ellen G. White's Views on Education from a Best Practice Twenty-First Century Perspective Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Ellen White “wrote prolifically on the philosophy of Christian education, its goals and its practice. This article explores her views, as written over a century ago, and compares them with several twentyfirst century educational concepts that impact...

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    Reflections on a School Year Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A superintendent reflects on the closing school year and looks toward the next one.

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    September Reflections Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A principal reflects on the busyness of the start of a school year, and thanks God for His blessings.

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    The Academic Advisor - A Key Partner in Students' Success Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Nelson and Toews look at the definition of academic advising. The areas that are a part of academic advising that they cover are: Building relationships; Dealing with Emotional and Learning Challenges; Developing Realistic Goals; Course Planning and Scheduling;...

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    The Social Function of Adventist Education Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "The social function of the Adventist school has both a conservative and a revolutionary aspect. The commingling of those two roles empowers the developing student to be in the world but not of the world."

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    Why Is It Working Here? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "There are conditions we can encourage that will allow us to thrive in Adventist Education. Is Adventist Education worthwhile and unique? It must be. Is it in crisis? Depends on where you look." Principal Shankel shares what is making Peace Christian...

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    Working on Our ABCs Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Perepelitza discusses the importance of schools working on their ABCs, which are Academics, Backdrop, and Commitment to Christ. He gives an example of their importance.

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    You CAN Teach an Old Dog New Tricks Kindergarten-Grade 12
    After years teaching in a small school environment, Janice Harford moved to a larger school. She shares her experiences adjusting to the new environment, and credits her success to a supportive group of colleagues.