Research on Adventist Education
In this 2006 NAD Teachers Convention presentation, presenters share papers that synthesize research on Adventist education and effective characteristics, as well as Adventist education and academic performance. These are followed by a paper discussing the...
School Violence - A Resource Guide
A list of school violence resources compiled by Trina Gifford. The list is comprised of useful reports, studies, and surveys; journals and magazines; staff development programs; organizations; books; and, videos.
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Seventh-day Adventist Theses and Dissertations
A collection of all known Adventist college and university dissertations and theses from a religious education perspective.
Seventh-day Adventists and Scholarship
This paper is a revision of a statement prepared for the International Conference on Faith and Science in 2004. It defines Christian scholarship, highlights the importance of scholarship to Adventist education and to the church itself. It also outlines the...
Strengthening Adventist Education in the North American Division - Recommendations for Educators
Facing decreasing enrollment rates, leaders appointed a NAD Education Task Force. Here are the resulting recommendations.
Teacher Registration: Does It Improve Teacher Quality?
"This article describes aspects of the (Australian) national teacher registration program, especially the expectation that registration has a role in raising student learning outcomes through improved teacher quality."
The Center for Spiritual Development in Childhood & Adolescence
Search Institute's global initiative to advance the research and practice of this important and understudied domain of human development. Links to current research, short reports, news, blogs and searchable library.
The Digital Divide After 20 Years - A Rural Philippine Perspective
"The digital divide is still a real concern in the developing world; however, strides are being made to overcome information technology gaps with the developed world. Given the changing patterns of technology usage, this study explores what the digital divide looks like today in a small, rural school community in the Philippines.
The Potential to Promote Social Cohesion, Self-Efficacy and Metacognitive Activity - A Case Study of Cross-Age Peer-Tutoring
"Cross-age peer-tutoring involves the partnering of students from different educational levels in a tutor-tutee relationship. This case study involves an Australian Christian school that ran a cross-age peer-tutoring program (known as the ‘Buddy’...
Using Bendable and Rigid Manipulatives in Primary Mathematics - Is One More Effective Than the Other in Conceptualising 3D Objects from Their 2D Nets?
Grade 4-Grade 12
"The usefulness of manipulatives in the primary maths classroom has been frequently asserted. The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of two different types of manipulatives, bendable and rigid, as aids for the conceptualisation of...