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    Can I Last the Distance? Stress and School Leadership Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This TEACH Journal article reviews a research study that examined whether principals in a Christian school system perceived they experienced work-related stress, and if so, the nature and extent of the stress. Principals also reported on their perceived role...

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    Conflict Management Strategy and Perceived Stress of Texan SDA Teachers Tertiary-Lifelong
    Purpose: This study examined the relationship between perceived workplace stress levels and conflict management strategies of the Seventh-day Adventist Texas Conference teachers (K-10). Procedures: The Organizational Communication Conflict...

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    Cooling Down the Teaching Stress Soup Tertiary-Lifelong
    Teachers will feel more relaxed, peaceful, energized and confident with this high-impact and fun stress management seminar. Participants at this 2006 NAD Teacher Convention seminar will assess current stress levels and learn 8 powerful and effective ways to...

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    Dialogue Editorial: Be Still and Know Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Perhaps it will be in the morning, at noon, or at the close of the day, but we must set aside time, quality time, for God. Only then will the water of your life be still. Only then will others see the reflection of Jesus."

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    Enhancing the Self-Esteem of Your Students Kindergarten-Grade 12
    What teachers say to their students and how they say it can affect students' self-esteem. In diagnosed and non-diagnosed learning-disabled students, academic problems and the development of secondary emotional and/or behavior problems are compounded by teachers...

  • Focus Adolescent Services Grade 5-Tertiary
    Focus Adolescent Services claims to be "the largest and most comprehensive internet site of information and resources on teen and family issues to help and support families with troubled and at-risk teens."

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    Guidance and Counseling: A Critical Need Kindergarten-Grade 12
    School counseling services are needed at all levels to help students reach their full potential as children of God. Few Adventist schools have counselors on staff.

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    How Do You Handle Stress? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Anthony Reeves discusses stress prevention measures: know your limits, share your stress, get physical, be good to yourself, make a daily list of tasks, have a quiet spot, and most importantly, learn to relax.

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    How to Deal With Difficult People Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Janet Mallery shares principles for managing conflict with difficult parents, colleagues, principals, school staff, students, and others. Principles discussed in this article include: confine the conflict, know how many people are involved, be suspicious of...

  • Life Events Stress Test -3-Lifelong
    How is stress affecting you? Check life events that are affecting you currently on this Life Events Scale, then click to read your score results. Or click home to link to stress management tips.

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    Light for Living, Part 2: Choosing a Healthy Lifestyle Preschool-Grade 12
    This article provides an overview of health principles to reduce the risk of disease, stress and burnout, the benefits of vegetarian and vegan diet, the relationship between and sources of specific vitamins and minerals, and factors contributing to the epidemic...

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    Mediocre, Pretty Good or Excellent? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Seventh-day Adventist educators demand a standard of excellence in moral conduct as well as excellence in their students' physical, social, mental and spiritual areas of life.

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    NAD Health Curriculum Guide 9-12 Grade 9-Grade 12
    The NAD curriculum guide for teaching health principles and practice to grades 9-12 includes rationale, philosophy, goals, and descriptions of major subtopics. NOTE: Rather than rely on older curriculum guides, NAD teachers should consult the NAD...

  • National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Grade 8-Lifelong
    The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) website provides research on current trends and statistics of drug use and abuse for students/young adults, parents, teachers, researchers, and health professionals. NIDA supports over 85 percent of the world's research...

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    Proof Positive - How to Reliably Combat Disease and Achieve Optimal Health Through Nutrition and Lifestyle Grade 12-Lifelong
    "This 560-page book tells, in easy-to-understand language, how to fight disease and achieve optimal health through proper lifestyle and nutrition. Offers outstanding resource material and is packed with eye-catching visual aids." Helpful resource...

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    Rustout or Burnout? Tertiary-Lifelong
    A college chair offers some suggestions for department chairs for dealing with success.

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    Spiritual Well Being and Quality of Life as Correlates of Job Stress Among Academic Chairpersons in Selected Seventh-day Adventist Tertiary Institutions Tertiary
    Problem: Stress, like pain, begins at birth and remains common to the human condition throughout life, and it is a factor in the experience of every human being who ever lived. It is not merely universal but it is also endemic and omnipresent. Chairpersons,...

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    Stress among Seventh-day Adventist teachers: An analysis of relationships between selected teacher characteristics and occupational stress factors Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This study was conducted in the Seventh-day Adventist secondary schools in Hong Kong to find the major sources of stress (stressors) for teachers and the level of teacher stress. The relationship between teachers' perceptions of stress and teachers' backgrounds,...

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    Stress Robbing Blind Seminar Handout Preschool-Lifelong
    Stress and related illnesses like depression and burnout are fast becoming the #1 employee cost for employers. Most employers and their employees have no idea how stress is affecting them personally or organizationally. The alarming truth is that today, at...

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    Student Stress - Can You Manage It? Tertiary
    Can you manage stress? Julian Melgosa answers the questions - how does stress work and are stressful situations always bad? Melgosa also covers the effect of stress, how to deal with stress, and the spiritual components.

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    Temperance Grade 7-Lifelong
    Although society has changed markedly since Ellen White lived and wrote, the principles she stressed regarding temperance remain remarkably relevant to contemporary life. Alcohol and other forms of intemperance destroy health, moral fiber, and spiritual discernment...

  • The American Institute of Stress Grade 5-Lifelong
    Dedicated to advancing understanding of the role of stress in health and illness, and the nature and important of mind-body relationships. Learn about Hans Selye and the birth of stress, job stress, stress congresses, stress bulletins, archives and newsletter...

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    The Art of De-stressing While Doing One of the Most Stressful Jobs ... Teaching Kindergarten-Grade 12
    McKenzie explores what stress is, why this is a problem, factors that influence how we handle internal and external stress.

  • The Don't Sweat Guide for Teachers: Cutting Through the Clutter so That Every Day Counts Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A guide for teachers seeking to get more out of their daily interactions with students, and rekindle their first love: teaching. This books offers the reminder that teachers can change students' lives.

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    The Humor Prescription for Teachers Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This high-impact and funny 2006 NAD Teachers Convention seminar is a shock absorber to cushion the blows of life. While tickling your funny bone and increasing your endorphin output, it will help teachers develop a winning strategy to enjoy life to the full....

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    The Ultimate Strategy Kindergarten-Grade 12
    What are your coping strategies as an educator? administrator? Carolyn Doss addresses coping skills and life strategies for facing difficulties in planning, practice/performance, teaching, study, time management, and above all, realizing one's full potential.

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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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    Winning Coping Strategies Kindergarten-Grade 12
    17 strategies to help teachers cope and avoid burnout.

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    Work values, occupational stress and teaching performance of SDA secondary school teachers in Luzon Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This study investigated the work values, occupational stress, and teaching performance of SDA secondary school teachers in Luzon. The subjects were 140 teachers and 12 principals of the 12 secondary schools under the administrative supervision o the North...