What does it mean for the library to be the heart of an institution? This JAE special issue on school libraries attempts to help educators and administrators gain new insights about the value of a vibrant library.
Articles in this issue include:
Jesus in Our Community - Sharing the Christ Who cares
"It has been proven that when a group of people have a goal in mind, and they work hard for that one goal, mighty things start to happen. This school year at Chinook Winds Adventist Academy (CWAA), we have seen wonderful things happen. For years now,...
Official website for Kagan Publishing and Professional Development. Access current resources on cooperative learning, all based on research conducted by Dr. Spencer Kagan beginning in 1968. Learn how to use popular Kagan structures such as Numbered Heads Together,...
NAD Physical Education Curriculum Guide K-12
Grade 1-Grade 8
The Physical Education Curriculum Guide for NAD Adventist schools grades K-12 outlines the standards/goals, learning objectives, essential performance benchmarks, assessment examples and criteria, and resource references for physical education. This document...
No Contest - The Case Against Competition
"No Contest stands as the definitive critique of competition. Contrary to accepted wisdom, competition is not basic to human nature; it poisons our relationships and holds us back from doing our best. In this new edition, Alfie Kohn argues that the race...
Parents and Teachers - Working Together to Prevent Adolescent Drug Use
Grade 5-Grade 12
This JAE article examines how parent groups can work cooperatively with school and community leaders to prevent adolescent drug and alcohol use. The National Federation of Parents for Drug Free Youth is the national network organization for these groups.
Pastor and Teacher - Cooperating for Success
This article from the JAE special child evangelism issue focuses on the collaboration and cooperation of pastors and teachers. It suggests collaboration strategies, proposes some plans, and shares a vision of what can result from effective collaborative outreach...
PE For Kids - Developing a Physical Education Program for Elementary Schools
Areas to consider when establishing a physical education program for elementary schools. These are rationale, administrative/board support, budget and equipment, curriculum and scheduling, space, storage, teaching strategies, and resource materials. This article...
Readiness for inter-institutional collaboration among Adventist institutions of higher education in North America - Stages of change
Selina and the Bear Paw Quilt
In this paper submitted for consideration to the Adventist Education Summit
at La Sierra University, October 2010, Paulson summarizes findings from his doctoral research. He describes the current...
Selina is Mennonite girl living in the States with her family during the Civil War. Because Mennonites are peace loving and refuse to be involved in killing anyone, they are considered disloyal by both sides. Consequently her family moves to Canada, leaving...
Based on an old French tale, this Caldecott honor book tells the story of three hungry soldiers who outwit the greedy inhabitants of a small town. They set out to make soup of water and stones, and in the end all the town enjoys a feast.