West Central Africa Division Education webpage
Learn about Adventist education in West and Central African countries through the division's education information webpage.
Adventist Education Today: Africa-Indian Ocean Division
This JAE article is the 1985 General Conference Africa-Indian Ocean Division education report for 1980-1985. Reports from colleges and universities include Adventist Seminary of West Africa (ASWA), Adventist Missionary College (AMC), and The Adventist University...
Africa-Indian Ocean Division: Significant Growth and Expansion
The Africa-Indian Ocean Division education department's report on Adventist education ministry in West Africa, 1990-1995, as published in the 1995 General Conference special edition of the Journal of Education.
Christian education in the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria, 1959-2004
Negative trends within the Nigerian educational system, such as cultism and examination malpractices which have resulted into general lack of moral values and deficiency of practical skills among school leavers call for concern. The Seventh-day Adventist church...
Educating Head, Hand, and Heart
The 1985-1990 Education Report from the Africa-Indian Ocean Division presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. Education and redemption are one and the same was the guiding principle during this time. The report discusses statistics, higher...
Education for Redemption and Restoration
The 2005-2010 Education Report from the West-Central Africa Division (WAD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session 2010. Director Ikonne reports on integration of faith and learning, the universities in the division, and the K-12 schools in the...
Promoting and Protecting the Philosophy of Adventist Education: 1995-2000 Africa-Indian Ocean Division
The 1995-2000 Education Report from the Africa-Indian Ocean Division (AID) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. The report discusses the advancements and progress made in the following areas: Integration of Faith and Learning; Instructional...
Quality and Growth
The 2000-2005 Education Report from the West-Central Africa Division (WAD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. This division was organized in 2002 from the former Africa-Indian Ocean Division. Its educational emphasis on quality and growth...
WAD: AIDS, What Teachers Should Know
Grade 5-Grade 12
WAD: Discipline, The Acid Test
A pamphlet for teachers about the facts and how to prevent HIV/AIDS. It was developed by an African government's National AIDS and STD Control Programme, Federal Ministry of Health and UNAIDS with support from UNICEF. Also available in French: SIDA:...
WAD: How Do Children Learn?
The acid test of a Christian school or college is its approach to discipline. Various principles are presented. The administration of discipline involves the integration of moral truth with outward act. Also available in French: La...
How do children learn? What are the most effective ways of helping them develop their knowledge? When are they most receptive to teaching? The author addresses these questions by presenting the theories of early childhood experts such as Maria Montessori,...
WAD: Teaching Methods
Jesus, the master teacher, used a variety of teaching methods to meet the needs of His listeners. These included lectures, discussion, stories, personal interviews, personal association, and practical experience to teach. The advantages and disadvantages of...
WAD: Top Ten Commandments of Good Organization
A checklist to prompt better organizational skills. The ten commandments of good organization, is compiled by the American Management Association.
WAD: Visual Aids
Visual aids improve teaching. Jesus, the master teacher, frequently used objects from Judean agricultural life to illustrate His teachings. Examples of common objects that can be used to illustrate your teaching are suggested. The advantages and disadvantages...
Wholistic Quality in Values-based Education
The 2010-2015 Education Report from the West-Central Africa Division (WAD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session 2015. The author summarizes the ways God has blessed in the division for the last quinquennium and enumerates goals for the future.