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    Inter American Division Education webpage Preschool-Lifelong
    The Inter American Division's (IAD) education webpage includes a listing of IAD schools and colleges, code of ethics, manuals and other resources. Also available in French and Spanish.

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    IAD School Board Manual for Secondary Schools Grade 9-Grade 12
    This School Board Manual for Secondary Schools covers school constituencies, school operating boards, general school policies and practices, personnel, finance, and curriculum. FAQ, school board members' qualifications, code of ethics, and philosophy of education...

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    A Teacher's Bill of Rights Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article provides fundamental information about the supervision and evaluation process for teachers and explains what teachers should expect from the process. It lists eleven principles under the following headings: The Planning Conference, Classroom Observation,...

  • ABC Feelings Preschool-Grade 4
    ABC Feelings provides award winning fun and interactive communication tools that encourage socially responsible communication by children, pre-teens, teens, parents, teachers, and other professionals. Resources include 22 x 28 multicultural posters, 11 x 17...

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    Adventist Business Curricula - Taking Mission to Market Tertiary-Lifelong
    How can Adventist colleges and universities revise their business curricula in the New Millennium? Adventist business programs should identify core values, enrich the curriculum, and meet market needs.

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    An Ethical-Theological Approach To Literature - Some Suggestions for Adventist Teachers Tertiary-Lifelong
    Barayuga shows how "fiction provides an excellent window for looking at life both objectively as well as subjectively, for identifying people's value and making value judgments, for contemplating the immediate and/or eternal consequences of man's doings...

  • Association for Moral Education Grade 1-Grade 12
    "The Association for Moral Education (AME) provides an interdisciplinary forum for professionals interested in the moral dimensions of educational theory and practice. [AME is] dedicated to fostering communication, cooperation, training, curriculum development,...

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    Authority, Bible, and Christian Ethics Tertiary-Lifelong
    Kis "attempts to show what happens when Scripture is invested with trustworthiness as an infallible authority in the ream of moral life and ethical reflection and discourse." He asks: How much can we trust the Bible to be our Guide? Why should we...

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    Biblical Authority & Biblical Foundations for Ethics Tertiary-Lifelong
    The Bible has lost its place as the basis for ethical authority in many Christian circles. "Acknowledging this 'demise of authority,' J. I. Packer suggests the need for a 'strategy for restoring the authority of Christian faith and morals.'" Du Preez...

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    Board Members' Guidebook East-Central Africa Division 2008 Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This East-Central Africa Division handbook contains excerpts of presentations made during the Board members' seminar organized and conducted by the ECD Leadership and Education Department. This guide was compiled to assist in fostering an understanding of...

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    Boardsmanship 101 Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A comprehensive discussion on the role of a board member and trustee in the successful governance and operation of educational Seventh-day Adventist institutions. Some topics include: Why is Boardsmanship Important?; Roles and Responsibilities; Board Members...

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    Business - High School Supplement SSD Grade 7-Grade 12
    Adventist teachers' handbooks for integrating faith and values: these are practical guides with a variety of approaches to teaching key values, illustrations and examples.

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    Can We Trust Our Kids? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Can students be trusted? Streifling shares results of the Honesty Test, a test he developed as a 7th and 8th grade teacher, designed to help determine if students would cheat if given the opportunity. Streifling encourages teachers to be wise when dealing...

  • Center for the Collaborative Classroom Kindergarten-Grade 8
    "The Center for the Collaborative Classroom is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to providing continuous professional learning for teachers and curricula that support the academic, ethical, and social development of children. The organization...

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    Christians and Bioethics - Can the Bible Help? Tertiary
    "God intends that Christians assist each other in following Jesus by participating in the life of their faith community (Matthew 18:20). God gives gifts to the members of His body so that they may help one another with growth in the faith (Ephesians 4:11-16)....

  • Copyright Information Handbook Tertiary-Lifelong
    This web resource covers Copyright Laws with good links to Copyright Information.

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    Ethical Choices in the Genetic Age, Part 1: Reproductive Cloning Grade 9-Lifelong
    In Part 1 of this article, Zuccarelli discusses recent developments and ethical issues raised on the topic of reproductive cloning. He sets out to provide basic information about reproductive cloning, stem cells, and gene therapy, and suggests that three factors...

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    Ethical Choices in the Genetic Age, Part 2: Embryonic Science Tertiary-Lifelong
    Zuccarelli explores new advances in genetic medicine and states, "In less than three years, reproductive cloning has been eclipsed by stem cell biology with its conceptual power and medical potency". This article presents a comprehensive overview...

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    Ethical Issues for College / University Boards of Trustees Tertiary-Lifelong
    The authors of this article conducted in-depth interviews with eight board chairpersons or secretaries of Adventist colleges and universities in the North American and Southern Asia-Pacific divisions in order to identify issues relating to ethics at the board...

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    Ethics and Science in Christian Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    David Larson addresses three essential approaches to understanding the connection between ethics and science: ethics and science, ethics of science, and ethics in science. He suggests that while science seeks to explain what is, ethics seeks to explain what...

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    Ethics for scientists - A call for stewardship Tertiary-Lifelong
    "While practicing any profession, our best ethical mirror is that provided by Christ. Science is imperfect and fallible because scientists are imperfect and fallible. While we may seek knowledge, we are not all-knowing and we may tarry in areas that some...

  • Ethics in America Grade 10-Lifelong
    "A video instructional series on ethics for college and high school classrooms and adult learners; 10 one-hour video programs, audiocassettes, and coordinated books. This series uses the Socratic method to build analytical skills and examine...

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    Ethics in Postmodernism Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Modernism held sway over Western thought over centuries. It stripped morality of its transcendent religious frame of reference. Away with God, was its cry. Even when it tried to shape a world without any reference to restraints, constraints, traditions,...

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    Experimenting on Humans - A Christian Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Christians have an obligation to adhere to a higher standard of conduct as they seek to expand the horizons of science while living out their faith. This obligation raises some significant issues: reasons for such research, moral cautions, choosing the...

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    From Farm to Fork - How Should Adventists View the Dark World of Factory Farms? Tertiary-Lifelong
    "If our Creator views animal welfare as a societal issue of ethics, shouldn’t humans, as His stewards, be exploring alternative industry standards that offer a better quality of life to farm animals?"

  • Golden Rules: The Ten Ethical Values Parents Need to Teach Their Children Kindergarten-Lifelong
    What and how we teach our children is fundamental, but how we model what we teach is critical. Children watch, listen, and learn from our example. Wayne Dosick provides parents with the ten golden rules that teach their children respect, honesty, fairness,...

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    Helping the Church Think Tertiary-Lifelong
    The author explores opportunities and challenges facing Adventist higher education as it seeks to keep up with the demands of a changing world. He outlines examples of issues that cut across the disciplines and professions that demand the intersection of theory...

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    In our own image? Ethics and human cloning Tertiary-Lifelong
    Zuccarelli and Winslow talk about animal clones and the cloning process, as well as a Christian view on cloning humans.

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    Integrating Faith and Learning in the Physical Sciences Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article from the JAE special science issue posits that the integration of faith and learning should foster a religious faith and provide a setting in which moral dilemmas resulting from scientific progress can be examined. Early scientists pursued science...

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    JAE Editorial: Adventist Educational Essentials Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this special issue on Character Education, George R. Knight's editorial addresses the question of why the Adventist church spends millions of dollars each year to support over 5000 Adventist schools worldwide, when free public education is available. Articles...

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    JAE Editorial: Teacher Relationships - Key to Satisfaction and Success Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Cultivating healthy relationships is the key to a successful teaching career. Humberto Rasi shares eight major areas that can help teachers evaluate their relationships with God, self, students, peers, supervisors, parents and guardians, church, and community....

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    JAE Editorial: Educated -- To What End? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Omission of values education from the university curriculum has led to the fracturing of knowledge and unpreparedness to address the issues technology has presented. A worldview of a personal God and Creation-Redeemer is needed to challenge us to better living,...

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    JAE Editorial: What About Science? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This editorial is part of a special issue on Adventist thinking about science and its teaching in denominational schools. James Hayward states that the pursuit of scientific knowledge through research can be carried out under the presupposition that God exists...

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    Kids - How To Shape Their Lives Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Formerly published as Children in the Shadows, this book addresses how to instill a sense of wonder responsibility, and self-worth in children. Drawing from her 27 years of teaching, Ruth Jaegar Buntain shares insights on how parents and teachers can...

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    Leadership - Acting Responsibly and Ethically - Lessons from the Life of Saul Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "The life of Saul is preserved in Scripture, not for us to decide his eternal destiny but for us to learn how to face life’s challenges. Saul’s life as a leader illustrates some of the most common ethical mistakes of leadership."

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    Learning Faith Through Experience Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Increased student motivation, better practical skills, and fewer discipline problems are the results of a well developed service learning program. Steve Daily examines the conflict between theory and practice in the area of service, noting that Adventist academy...

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    Legal Responsibilites of Board Members Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Charles McKinstry examines the legal responsibilities of school boards and its individual members. He also discusses areas of particular concern for Adventist school boards. Topics include: Conflict of Interest; Protection of Students; Protection of Employees;...

  • Lost Generation Grade 9-Tertiary
    Thought provoking 2 min video clip for a teen discussion about values and priorities.

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    Mission Stories and the Adventist Future Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Adventist teachers find meaning and motivation in the collective story of Adventism. Adventists' relevance can be recaptured by affirming the narrative nature of the church's texts and traditions, especially for Adventist youth. A story that could inspire...

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    Moral and Ethical Issues in 'The Scarlet Letter' Grade 11-Tertiary
    The author examines "the ethical and moral issues involving the major characters in The Scarlet Letter and to consider the effect of their actions on themselves and on their relationship to others." This paper was presented at the 24th Institute...

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    NAD Social Studies Curriculum Guide K-8 Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This 2005 40-page NAD curriculum guide includes the Adventist philosophy guiding Social Studies education, general goals, strands and essential learnings in history, civics and government, geography, economics, individuals, society and culture. Appendix A...

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    Only by Grace Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Tyner explores the foundations of spiritual growth by addressing the question of whether grace and character development can co-exist. He challenges teachers to think about the important role concepts such as grace and works play in character development....

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    Poverty and Wealth - A Christian Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    Ondari notes that "though poverty is a relative concept, it is a multidimensional problem, encompassing not only the material aspects of human life but also its social, physical, mental and spiritual dimensions."

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    Preventing and Dealing With Academic Dishonesty Kindergarten-Lifelong
    How students cheat, policies to deter cheating, and possible deterrents are discussed in this article.

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    Professional Ethics for Educational Administrators Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Adventist educational administrators need to develop and adopt a code of ethics founded upon Christian principles and tailored to the specifics of their culture and local situation. A tentative list of ethical principles are integrity, professional competence,...

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    Safety on the Net Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Helpful information about filters and acceptable use policies for Adventist schools using the Internet. Included are suggestions for well crafted acceptable use policies, importance of educating parents and students, and filtering software. The article notes...

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    Science and Christian Belief Grade 11-Lifelong
    Science & Christian Belief is a journal concerned with the interactions of science and religion, with particular reference to Christianity. The traffic of ideas between science and religion has been flowing for many centuries and shows no signs of diminishing....

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    Shaping Character - Moral Education in the Christian College Tertiary
    "Arguing that ethics is everybody's business, Arthur Holmes presents in this book a concise survey of moral education - its goals and methods - in the Christian college." Intended for all Christian college teachers, professors, and administrators...

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    Teachers Look At Their School Boards Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Results of a survey conducted to examine the school board's impact on the life of the church employee. Discussion on attitudes and perceptions of teachers and principals toward board members is also presented. Topics include: Identified Problems; Poor Communication...

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    Teaching Ethics Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article from the JAE special higher education issue addresses why teaching ethics is important and how it should be done. Religion and morality have been separated from the realities of life. Ethical dimensions should be integrated within the context...

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    Teaching Ethics - From Reasoning to Responsibility Grade 9-Lifelong
    Ethical dilemmas occur daily in classrooms, corporate boardrooms, and legislatures. If "ethics is integral to the fabric of a civil society, should not Christian education be at the forefront in the search to apply biblical principles to everyday living?"...

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    Teaching With Words - Speeches by Gordon Bietz Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Download the manuscripts of memorable sermons and speeches given by Gordon Bietz, president of Southern Adventist University.

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    Technology and General Education Tertiary--3
    Students must gain knowledge about the design and function of technological systems in order to understand technology and control it for everyone's benefit. Education needs to become more technologically relevant. As general education attempts to train students...

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    The Integration of Faith in the Computer Classroom - Some Ethical Concerns Tertiary-Lifelong
    Fandrich discusses ways that a computer science professional can integrate faith into the classroom. Teachers can influence students to make the correct decisions based on their Christian world view through assignments.

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    The Integration of Values and Learning - An Application to Accounting Tertiary
    Foster proposes a construct that will help accounting teachers in SDA schools of higher education begin integrating values and learning. New ideas are also proposed to those who have already begun.

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    The Power Plant Complex Kindergarten-Lifelong
    To evaluate sport objectively and assess its place in Adventist education, a number of factors must be considered. These include Ellen White's counsels; sport and society; the development of the discipline of physical education; the training of physical education...

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    The Teaching of Business Ethics and Politics and Social Values in the Adventist College Business Curriculum - A Conceptual Model Tertiary-Lifelong
    Higgs explores the current business environment, discusses literature on the need for the teaching of ethics, reviews teaching of business ethics in secular universities, and gives a conceptual model for business ethics in Christian institutions.

  • The Vegetarian Resource Group Grade 7-Lifelong
    The Vegetarian Resource Group (VRG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public on vegetarianism and the interrelated issues of health, nutrition, ecology, ethics, and world hunger. Find vegetarian and vegan recipes, articles, journals,...

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    They That Be Teachers Kindergarten-Grade 12
    G. L. Plubell encourages teachers to hold on to the special privilege it is to partner with God in recognizing human potential and developing moral character in their students.

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    Toward an Ethics of Medical Care that Includes Care for the Spiritual Tertiary-Lifelong
    Elder notes that spiritual care is important to patient care. He argues that "the absence of intentional spiritual care is patient negligence!" This paper was presented at the 19th Institute of Christian Teaching.

  • Transparency International - TI Tertiary-Lifelong
    An international organization dedicated to fighting corruption in business and government circles, TI is the only international movement exclusively devoted to curbing corruption.

  • United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Grade 5-Lifelong
    UNESCO's website links to research, articles and video clips on various health, education and ethical issues around the world.

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    Using Animals in Medical Research Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Before a new medical product or technology gets to the patient, it undergoes a rigorous research and testing process, including testing on animals. The use of animals in such clinical research is legally permissible. But is it ethically appropriate?"

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    Using the Church's Ethics Statements in Your Classroom Grade 9-Lifelong
    This article shares a variety of ways for Adventist students and teachers to use the position statements generated by the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in Adventist...

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    What's So Amazing About Grace? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In 1987, an IRA bomb buried Gordon Wilson and his twenty-year-old daughter beneath five feet of rubble. Gordon alone survived. And forgave. He said of the bombers, "I have lost my daughter, but I bear no grudge . . . I shall pray, tonight and every night,...