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    Addressing TV Violence in the Classroom Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Alice Evans shares Susan Colonna's model for teaching second grade students to look critically at the content of their favorite television programs. The process of creating the model, implementing the model, and collecting data is shared. Finally, as students...

  • Adolescent and School Health Grade 5-Tertiary
    CDC provides resources on adolescent and school health. Health topics include: alcohol and other drugs; asthma; crisis preparedness & response; food allergies; food safety; health disparities; infectious diseases; injury & violence; mental health;...

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    Adventist Family Ministries 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Target areas for the Family Ministries Department of the Seventh-day Adventist Church include premarital guidance, marriage and parent education, extended families, single parenting, step-family needs, and the family needs of singles. The development of relational...

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    Are Adventist Schools Safe? The Answer May Surprise You Grade 1-Grade 12
    Since Adventist schools are not unaffected by the effects of violence, Adventist teachers and administrators cannot afford to ignore the issue. Reflecting on findings from Plummer and Gifford's studies on violence in Adventist schools, this article includes...

  • Center for Safe Schools Preschool-Grade 12
    "The Center for Safe Schools provides technical assistance and links to resources for the prevention of school violence as well as for recovery after traumatic events." Web-based resources include tips for talking to children after a disaster (for...

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    Coping with the Unthinkable - Violence in Adventist Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    School violence is a fact. The causes must be recognized to ensure the safety of teachers and students. Few schools have developed procedures to prevent or deal with the consequences of violence. Programs are needed to prevent violence, to deal with psychological...

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    Dealing With Bullies in Christian Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    At what time should teachers intervene when students complain of being bullied by their peers? Clarence U. Dunbebin addresses the issue of bullying in Christian schools. Topics covered include: How Common is Bullying?; The Terrible Results of Bullying; How...

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    Discipline: A Nice, Difficult Work Kindergarten-Grade 12
    One underlying principle of discipline is for children to learn self-control. In order for this to occur, teachers must provide opportunities for self correction in academic and social activities. Paul Heller writes on the importance of building resilience...

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    End It Now Grade 9-Lifelong
    enditnow is a global campaign to raise awareness and advocate for the end of violence against women and girls around the world. It aims to mobilize Adventists around the world and invites other community groups to join in to resolve this worldwide issue.

  • 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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    Helping Students Cope With Stress Preschool-Grade 12
    This article challenges educators and parents to understand the dynamics of childhood and adolescent stress. The author identifies effective coping skills that will strengthen students' resistance to stress at home and school.

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    How Safe is Your School? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "This article will bring you up to date on research about the complex issue of school violence, discredit some commonly held myths about the perpetrators of school violence, and present some practical recommendations and helpful resources to help you...

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    How to Develop Violence Prevention and Character-Intervention Education Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Character education, when integrated into the classroom management plan, encourages acceptable behavior such as demonstrating social skills, self control, sharing, and cooperation. Topics discussed include: The Importance of Character Development; Is Violent...

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    How to Give Your Students the Skills to Prevent Crime Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Peggy David asserts that Adventist schools should not assume students know how to stay safe. She advocates teaching crime prevention. The following topics are discussed: Students Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act; Stranger Safety for Smaller Children;...

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    JAE Editorial: Why Teach About Peace? Grade 9-Lifelong
    This editorial frames this special issue on conflict resolution and peacemaking in Adventist education, with the following questions: What is peace? Is it solely the absence of conflict or violence? Is it the same as passivity or inaction? Are our students...

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    JAE: Of Interest to Teachers Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This Journal of Adventist Education column features current news, reports, and updates of interest to educators. In this issue: Hooked on Junk Food Income; Low Default Rate on Student Loans; Classroom Standards; Raising Achievement; Student Debt Lingers;...

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    JAE: Of Interest to Teachers - December 1990 Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This Journal of Adventist Education column features current news, reports, and updates of interest to educators. In this issue: Average Teacher Work Week; What Teachers Do All Week; Teachers Rate Problems in SDA Schools; Violence in Schools; Teachers...

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    Living by Grace During Violence and Persecution Grade 5-Lifelong
    Ezra Okioma presented this devotional June 29, 2010 during the 59th General Conference Session. Okioma gives examples of persecution and violence from current history and in the past and emphasizes that grace and forgiveness are two ways of getting through...

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    Making Students Bulletproof - Resilience, the Paradigm of Hope Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Is there anything teachers and administrators can do to limit at-risk behaviors in teens and young adults? This article examines recent research that shows how schools can make a difference by creating an environment that strengthens students' resiliency,...

  • Media and Young Children Preschool-Grade 2
    Teachers Resisting Unhealthy Children's Entertainment provides helpful information about toy selection, media violence, television hazards, as well as other informational resources for parents and children. A list of family friendly organizations is...

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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...

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    Peacemaking and the Apocalypse Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Consider questions regarding violence and religious beliefs, such as: "If religious violence in our contemporary global village finds (at least partial) justification in a cosmic war, how should Adventist teachers who are committed to peacemaking teach...

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    Safety and Security Planning in SDA Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Violence in schools is an international problem. Planning for school safety requires cooperation, consistency, and positive relationships. Ron Garrison advocate every Adventist school developing and implementing a safe school process, and shares the critical...

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    School Violence - A Resource Guide Kindergarten-Grade 12
    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.

  • Talking to Children About War Kindergarten-Grade 12
    What do we tell children about the world they live in? How do we respond to their questions about their safety, the safety of others, the morality of war, and the anger and violence they witness on the news? During tumultuous times, the most important thing...

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    Television and Violence - A Christian Response to the Debate over Effects Grade 9-Lifelong
    Reynaud talks about research on the effects of television in correlation to violence.

  • The Phoenix Learning Group Kindergarten-Grade 12
    An educational multimedia producer and distributor committed to providing schools, libraries, and educators of all types with easy-to-use DVD/VHS and multimedia teaching resources.

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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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    Tips - Bullying - Teacher Bulletin Volume 6 Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Articles concerning bullying and youth violence: Keeping the Peace at School Bullied Kids - Suffering in Silence Bully-Proof Your Kids

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    Tips - Talking About Terrorism and War with School-Aged Kids Kindergarten-Grade 8
    A short article that discusses how to talk to children about terrorism and war.

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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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    What Adventist Colleges Are Doing to Ensure Campus Safety Tertiary
    Making sure administrators, teachers/staff, and students all are aware of the current safety procedures is crucial in the event of a crisis. By looking at what campuses have experienced and analyzing the policies that are currently in place, the future of...