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    10 Christian Values Every Kid Should Know Preschool-Grade 8
    Donna Habenicht provides more than 1,000 strategies for teaching kids the basic Christian values of respect, responsibility, self-control and moderation, honesty and integrity, kindness and compassion, contentment and thankfulness, patience and perseverance,...

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    Attitude Determines Altitude Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Victor S. Griffiths shares insights on how a teacher's attitude influences the student's altitude. A positive outlook not only affects student performance, but also student perceptions of eternity. Attitude shapes how teachers see world, how they see themselves,...

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    Character Counts Preschool-Grade 12
    This website provides a wealth of character education resources featuring 6 pillars based on the book, Making Ethical Decisions (partly available online): trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.

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    Classroom Management- a Christian perspective Kindergarten-Grade 8
    A fresh look at classroom management from a Christian perspective. Suggested activities include the Golden Rule, Prayer Chain Acts of Kindness, Fruit of the Spirit, Respectful Role Playing, and Honesty.

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    Communicating in Today's Classroom Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Cross-cultural misunderstandings are a fact that teachers must recognize. Aspects of culture are more than just language. Sapir-Whorf hypothesis and Edward Hall's theory are important. Teachers should assume that students want to cooperate to make clear responses,...

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    Hamlet to Hamlet - Integrated Unit Grade 5-Grade 8
    "Hamlet is arguably William Shakespeare's greatest tragedy, offering teachers the opportunity to teach lessons on relationships, leadership, and respect - among any number of others. The material in this unit, if used in its entirety, could take as long...

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    How to Deal With Difficult Parents and Board Members Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Guidelines to help teachers deal with parents and board members. These include learning school rules, adapting personal style, enhancing communication, curriculum crises, professional growth, keeping parents informed, discussing classroom rules with students,...

  • I Have a Sister; My Sister is Deaf Preschool-Grade 4
    Like all sisters, this one likes to jump, tumble and climb on monkey bars. She plays the piano, though she can't sing or hear any tune. She feels the cat purring in her lap, but can't hear the telephone ring or the door bang. Still, she can say more with her...

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    Importance of Play Preschool-Grade 8
    What is the role of play in education? Ken Corkum discusses how play can be a vehicle toward teaching necessary social and spiritual lessons. Subject headings in this article include: Play is the child's first experience; Interruptions to play; Pleasure in...

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    JAE Editorial: What Have They Seen in Your Classroom? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Beverly Rumble shares her view that Adventist teachers should teach and model the behavior they want our students to exhibit. For example, praising students for good work (rather than only criticizing the bad); encouraging them to praise each other (rather...

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    JAE Legal Update: Sexual Misconduct and Wrongful Termination: Important Legal Issues for Church Administrators Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Ruth Parish outlines and defines structures organizations should have in place before allegations arise of sexual misconduct.

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    Love in Many Colours Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "Mutual respect is an important factor in the learning process. All people need to be accepted for who they are... As a Seventh-day Adventist teacher, I do not share many of the beliefs of my students who belong to other faiths, but there is always a...

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    Modeling Christ - Our Responsibility Kindergarten-Grade 12
    David Jeffrey shares valuable principles from Counsels on Education that serve as important reminders for the new school year: patience and love, modeling Christ, redemptive...

  • Molly's Pilgrim Grade 1-Grade 4
    Molly and her family have moved to America from Russia. Her mother says they moved to find freedom. But the other kids in Molly's third grade class make fun of her accent and clothes and that doesn't seem like freedom at all. At Thanksgiving everyone...

  • Mr Lincoln's Way Kindergarten-Grade 6
    This picture book tells the story of Mr. Lincoln, a school principal is loved by all the students except for "Mean Gene", a troubled young bully who harbors racial prejudice against Mr. Lincoln. Mr. Lincoln is determined to find a way to reach Eugene...

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    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...

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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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    Respect for Learners - a Christian Didactic Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    Sutcliffe's aim is to "convince the educator of the crucial importance of treating every learner with the utmost respect, especially in a Christian educational institution." This paper was presented at the 28th Institute of Christian Teaching.

  • Sato and the Elephants Grade 2-Grade 6
    Sato was a happy man. From morning to night he did what he wanted to do. Like his father before him, he carved figures from creamy white pieces of ivory- rabbits and monkeys, turtles and fish, dragons with smooth delicate scales and bird that looked as if...

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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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    The Administrative Adventure Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Finding and identifying your personal philosophy as an administrator is an adventure and takes much soul searching and depth. Topics include: Trust in God; Integrity in All Things; Work Hard; Have Fun; Use Binoculars; Psychology and the Individual Approach;...

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    Training Young Peacemakers Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Peacemaking is an essential life skill for students of all ages. Marilyn Fargo addresses how teachers can integrate this important social skill into every aspect of the curriculum by sharing how she successfully implements concepts from The Young Peacemaker,...

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    Values, Manners, and Fundamental Beliefs Newsletter Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This Indiana Conference teacher newsletter features Christian values, manners at school, and Adventist fundamental beliefs, with brief thoughts on Adventist heritage, creative Sabbath activities, family healthy lifestyle and eating habits, events to remember/celebrate...

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    VG1 Portrait of Adventist Educators Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A survey of recent research concerning the attitudes, perceptions, motivations, and characteristics of teachers and administrators in Adventist schools. Valuegenesis is one of the research projects. Topics covered are quality of Adventist schools, teachers...