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    Online Learning - Some Strategies for Success Grade 9-Tertiary
    How can students make the most of online learning opportunities? This article includes introspective questions to prepare with, mistakes to avoid, and five keys to success. See also the author's new student orientation video, focusing on online...

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    A Biblical Foundation Course Design Model That Works - Teaching Millennials in Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article explains the importance of incorporating a biblical worldview across all courses in higher education. It describes seven steps for developing courses that contain a biblical worldview, including detailed instructions and figures showing examples...

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    A Century of Growth and Commitment Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The 1995-2000 Education Report from the Southern Asia Division (SUD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. The report discusses the advancements and progress made in the following areas: Looking Back; Nursing Schools; Medical Technology Laboratory;...

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    A College President and Her Board - Reflection on the Journey Tertiary
    After unexpectedly becoming a college president, the author gained experience working with the board of education. Read her detailed best-practice tips and advice to current and future college and university presidents.

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    A Narrative Inquiry of One Female Married-Single - A Story of Loneliness and Isolation Tertiary
    "The Organization for Economic Cooperation (OECD, 2013) reported that, during the past three decades, there has been a steady rise in the number of international students studying outside their countries of citizenship. Those figures rose from 0.8 million...

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    A Phenomenological Study of Women Leaders in Adventist Higher Education Institutions Tertiary-Lifelong
    Using purposive sampling techniques, this phenomenological study examined the lived experiences of 6 women who served as presidents of Adventist Higher Education Institutions, to uncover how they were able to become one of the few women presidents. Data was...

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    A Statistics Activity - What is the Best Predictor for Wins? Grade 11-Tertiary
    This 2012 NAD session is a statistics activity centered around baseball and how to best predict wins. The activity is designed as a unit capstone project that combines bivariate data analysis with the excitement of the World Series.

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    A SWOT Analysis of Globalization in Adventist Higher Education Tertiary
    "This paper presents a SWOT Analysis of globalization on the Adventist network of higher education. Samples from each world region were selected for guided interviews to analyze the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of globalization...

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    A System in Search of Identity Tertiary-Lifelong
    A historical perspective on SDA higher education and how its current direction has been largely shaped by the results of two identity crises. The results of the first led Adventist colleges to become liberal arts institutions rather than Bible colleges and...

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    A Vision and a Journey - 25 Years of Dialogue Tertiary
    "This journal’s story begins with an ambitious launch, an international perspective, and an expanding roster of authors and readers, with encouraging surprises along the way."

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    Accommodating Students With Disabilities in Higher Education Tertiary
    Most higher education campuses have Disabilities Service Offices, but not everyone is familiar with what they do. This article answers that question and provides additional suggestions for helping students with disabilities succeed. For those who don’t...

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    Accreditation of On-site and Distance Higher Education in the U.S. and Mexico Tertiary
    This paper is the result of a documentary research, in the format of a Specialization Thesis within the framework of the programs of the University of Murcia, which arose in response to several questions posed by the challenges that distance higher education...

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    Addressing the Needs of the Non-Traditional Learner Lifelong
    Nontraditional learner needs must be addressed by colleges and universities. Higher education has changed due to the fewer students between the ages of 18-22 and the rapidly changing job market, which requires retraining and advanced training. Institutions...

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    Administrator Perceptions of Internet-Based Distance Education in Adventist Colleges and Universities : a Mixed-Method Study Tertiary
    Problem: The quality of Internet-based distance education (IBDE) will increasingly become the standard by which students choose a program as higher educational options multiply due to the dramatic growth in distance education. A system-wide examination of perceptions of IBDE in Adventist higher education is important to administrators for future institutional strategic planning purposes, systemic adoption of policies and practices that promote excellence, and identifying collaborative efforts.

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    Advancing in a Different Direction - Thoughts on Adventist Higher Education in Times of Crises Tertiary
    "Higher education is struggling for its future, if one is to believe the headlines. The most recent cause is the disruption to daily life and the economy by COVID-19.The question before us is this: How can we continue to provide the vaunted quality of...

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    AdventHealth Virtual Internship During the Pandemic Brings Many Benefits Tertiary-Lifelong
    "While many companies canceled summer internship opportunities in 2020 due to COVID-19, AdventHealth created a virtual experience that exposed interns to a wide array of leaders and opportunities."

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    Adventist Colleges Abroad - A Well-Kept Secret in Adventist Education Tertiary
    Communication skills, including foreign-language and cross-cultural competence, need to be a part of any serious curriculum, both in K-12 and in higher education. Adventist Colleges Abroad (ACA) provides one such tool to help young people acquire crosscultural,...

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    Adventist Colleges and Universities and the Almighty Rankings Tertiary
    Gregorutti provides a review of college ranking and “some of the implications for Adventist colleges and universities.” The article considers whether the rankings really measure quality and whether Adventist institutions should “use these...

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    Adventist Education Today: Africa-Indian Ocean Division Grade 1-Lifelong
    This JAE article is the 1985 General Conference Africa-Indian Ocean Division education report for 1980-1985. Reports from colleges and universities include Adventist Seminary of West Africa (ASWA), Adventist Missionary College (AMC), and The Adventist University...

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    Adventist Education Today: North American Division Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article from the 1985 General Conference issue of JAE reports on Adventist education in the North American Division, 1980-1985.

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    Adventist Graduate Nursing Education - An Interview Tertiary-Lifelong
    "In this interview, Dr. Patricia S. Jones sits down with three administrators of graduate nursing programs to discuss the demand for advanced programs, the need for qualified educators, types of certifications, and opportunities for online graduate education."

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    Adventist Post-Secondary Institutions Accreditation Status Tertiary-Lifelong
    This list identifies by institution and country all post-secondary institutions recognized and accredited by the Seventh-day Adventist church, along with the year each institution was first accredited and when current accreditation expires.

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    Adventist Virtual Library - IAD Tertiary-Lifelong
    The Adventist Virtual Library (AVL) was created to facilitate access to academic databases for all Seventh-day Adventist educational institutions that are part of the Inter-American Division.

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    Affective Teaching - A Place for Emotion in Classroom Learning Tertiary
    "Teaching and learning nearly always take place in a social context. Intellectual growth also brings about changes in the social and emotional facets of both teachers and students. Teaching and learning are greatly affected by the quality of relationships...

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    All About the Church's New Commission on Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    During the 2000 Annual Council, the General Conference Executive Committee appointed The Commission on Higher Education (CHE). In this article, Garland Dulan shares the CHE progress report on the following areas: academic programs, financial management, strategic...

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    An Evaluation of Peer Review in US Graduate Research Courses Tertiary
    "The use of peer review is a valuable tool that can improve the quality of writing and the ability to work collaboratively in a learning community. This paper investigates the use of the peer review process in research methodology courses on the graduate...

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    Andrews University Educational Research Index 29 Tertiary-Lifelong
    A report of formal research conducted by students in the School of Education at Andrews University. Some studies may be of importance or interest to teachers, therefore they are made available through the School of Education. This edition of the index references...

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    Applying Marketing Concepts to Seventh-day Adventist Secondary Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    The purpose of this study was to review the existing concepts of marketing higher education, examine ideas that may apply to secondary education, and develop an outline for utilizing those principles in private secondary education. Results demonstrated that...

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    Are Your Constituents Buying a Pig in a Poke? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Adventist parents, ministers, academy teachers and union executives often don't really know what is happening at the college or university. College and university faculty and administrators should make an effort to reach out to constituents, enhance relationships between the local Adventist and non-Adventist community, and reduce tensions or misunderstandings.

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    Attitudes Toward Sexual Abstinence Among Black Seventh-day Adventist College Students Tertiary
    The purpose of this study was to identify Black Seventh-Day Adventist (SDA) college students' attitudes toward the concept of sexual abstinence. Attitude toward abstinence was operationalized as a dichotomy of acceptance or rejection of the concept as a way...

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    AVLN Column: Reflections on How Adventist Higher Education Has Changed In the Past Nine Years Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article outlines 9 specific actions since the first AVLN meeting, and the parameters necessary for collaboration to be successful across North American colleges.

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    Avoiding Fake Degrees and Diploma Mills - Recommendations for Educators and Academic Administrators Tertiary
    "The purpose of this article is to address the issue of degree fraud, share the biblical basis regarding integrity as it relates to such situations, present ways to identify reputable colleges and accredited degree programs, and inform administrators...

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    B.A.s, M.A.s, and M.U.G.s - A case-study in socio-cultural change Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This case-study of Brisbane Seventh-day Adventists indicates that University education, for these Adventists who experience it, is a significant factor in sociocultural change, since it provides an environment where they may construct and learn dissonant perceptions...

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    Barriers to Participation in Research for College Faculty Tertiary
    "Faculty research is of increasing importance in institutions of higher education worldwide, and a growing literature is springing up that explores faculty research output and ways of increasing it. This small study done at an international college in...

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    Becoming Collaborators - First Conference brings Tertiary Teacher Educators Together Tertiary
    Learn how “teacher educators at Seventh-day Adventist tertiary institutions across the South Pacific will seek to collaborate on development and research after attending an inaugural conference.”

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    Binge Drinking - A New College Epidemic Grade 12
    Alcohol and drug use is a common health problem on college and university campuses. Alan Handysides shares the statistics among college aged young adults, and what it means for the thousands of students attending Christian colleges and Adventist schools. Handysides...

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    Breaking New Ground Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The 2000-2005 Education Report from the Trans-European Division (TED) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. Challenges, new buildings, enrollment gains, higher education achievements, in-service for educators, and winning students for Christ...

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    Can A True Faith-Based Education Be Delivered Online? Tertiary
    "Can a faith-based education be as effective when delivered online as when it is delivered face-to-face? An in-depth look at the early adopters of the online technology reveals that it can be if the Christian university commits itself to developing an...

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    Capturing the Lifestyle Practices of University Students - A Case Study in Zimbabwe Tertiary
    "Unhealthy lifestyle practices are fast becoming a global challenge and affecting most university students. A review of literature revealed that a relationship exists between lifestyle practices and academic performance. Identified related studies...

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    Challenges to the Teaching of Public Health Education in Asia Tertiary
    "The twenty-first century will bring major changes in the Asian health scene. Globalization and communication technology, changing disease epidemiology, increasing population and environmental degradation, and changing demographics, with more urban population...

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    Change and the College Campus: The Process of Changing Institutional Governance Tertiary-Lifelong
    Professors within an Adventist college faced the task of developing a shared process for change. Many issues needed to be tackled, and the process got bogged down in the middle, but by the end a consensus was reached and the pilot program was launched. The...

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    Change, Growth, and Outreach Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The 1995-2000 Education Report from the Southern Asia Pacific Division (SSD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. The report discusses the advancements and progress made in the following areas: Developing the SSD Edition of the Journal of...

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    Christian Perspectives on Professional Ethics - Syllabus Tertiary
    This graduate course syllabus can be used as a sample curriculum plan showing faith integration in the classroom.

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    College Composition Revisited: The Right Type of Write Hype Grade 11-Tertiary
    The art of writing has deteriorated and teachers need a stronger grounding in language and literature. Teachers are not interested in teaching writing courses and many are ill-equipped to do so. Guidelines for writing and writing instruction are discussed....

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    Commitment, Culture and Teacher Satisfaction in Adventist Universities in Latin America and Spain Tertiary
    This study investigates and analyzes to what extent the institutional commitment of full-time employees in Spanish-speaking Adventist institutions of higher education (Latin America and Spain) is determined by their perception of the institutional culture,...

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    Committed Seventh-day Adventist Students at Secular Institutions of Higher Education Tertiary
    The experiences of Seventh-day Adventist students at secular universities was examined. Seven women and two men attending universities in Michigan and New York were interviewed. The researcher employed a heuristically guided phenomenological method to get...

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    Commonality and Character - Essential Elements of Religious Instruction Tertiary
    What is the appropriate content of the religion curriculum for graduate-level courses? In religion classes consisting of students from various cultural backgrounds and religious traditions, commonality and agreement are searched for.

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    Communication Literacy in Doctoral Research Supervision Tertiary
    "Doctoral supervision has become an important research focus as universities face accountability, quality assurance, and financial pressures. Using a correlational—explanatory and predictive—design, this study investigated the relationships...

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    Comprehensive Planning in Seventh-day Adventist Colleges and Universities in the United States Tertiary
    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the status of planning in Adventist colleges and universities in the United States, and also to determine if significant relationships existed between planning in small and large institutions and between...

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    Core Components of the Nursing Curriculum Tertiary
    "This article will provide both novice and veteran nurse educators with the core components of nursing curriculum such as stakeholders, paradigm shifts, curricular models, levels of education, and evaluation."

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    Cost-Effective Collection Development in the Digital Age - Considerations for Academic Libraries Grade 9-Tertiary
    "Are print or electronic books the most economical option for academic libraries? Given the different qualities associated with print and electronic books and the varied processes involved in making them available to readers, college and university librarian...

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    Course Outlines and Assessment in Higher Education - An Analysis of AIIAS Course Description Contents 2001-2004 Tertiary
    "Clear documentation of goals, content, outcomes and associated assessment procedures has become a critical part of higher education policy and practice. An analysis of the course outlines provided by the faculty of one institution over the period from...

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    Dan Constantinescu: Dialogue with an Adventist politician, bank president, and university professor from Romania Grade 11-Lifelong
    “Those who study in a public university have to face a lot: the offer and the pull of this world, so generous and so tempting; the temptations that are alluring and powerful; the ease with which one can slip away from God and embrace the values of the...

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    Demonstrating experiential learning at the graduate level using portfolio development and reflection Tertiary
    Problem: Various guidelines for assessment have been developed in an effort to promote academic quality and integrity for educational programs that recognize experiential learning. The purpose of this present study was to determine the extent to which...

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    Developing a Worldwide Extended Campus Program Tertiary-Lifelong
    The development of Loma Linda University's School of Health extension campus programs. The dwindling numbers of the traditional target population of higher education is a reason for innovation, which includes offering some course work at off-campus locations....

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    Developmental Stages in the Educational Preparation of Effective Leaders - Higher Education Tertiary
    "One of the fundamental purposes of education is to prepare young people to be effective leaders in academia, business, church, government, and in various fields of professional and practical life. This article will articulate five foundational purposes...

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    Dialogue Editorial - Celebrating a Continuing Ministry Tertiary
    "Within the context of that biblical worldview – God-centered, Biblebased, redemptive, and eschatological – Dialogue has ministered to Adventist students in secular campuses, cementing their faith, augmenting their search for...

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    Dialogue Editorial - Introducing the New Director for Campus Ministry Tertiary
    "On behalf of Dialogue, it is my pleasure to welcome and introduce Dr. Jiwan Stefan Moon as the newest member of Adventist Ministry to College and University Students (AMiCUS) and an advisor to Dialogue."

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    Dialogue Editorial - Things That Don't Change Tertiary
    "Dialogue filled a niche in my academic and religious experience. It made me feel connected to the Seventh-day Adventist Church in a new way."

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    Dialogue Editorial: Inspire to be. Empower to share. Tertiary
    In March of 2015, representatives from around the world met at the General Conference headquarters for a Public Campus Ministry (PCM) summit and symposium. "They came to build on more than 60 years of Adventist ministry on public campuses and launch it...

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    Dialogue Editorial: The Power to Serve Tertiary-Lifelong
    "A special temptation for those with advanced or professional degrees of any kind is to turn inward and thereby serve oneself...An education enhances the health and well-being of the whole family and results in higher social status. Along with these things...

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    Dialogue Editorial: Transitions Tertiary
    As one international editor transitions to a research fellowship, a new editor is welcomed.

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    Different Learning for Different Learners - Adjusting the College Curriculum to Individual Needs Tertiary-Lifelong
    The traditional college curriculum needs re-examination. Students have many different learning styles, and lecturing does not reach all of them. Students need to learn how to assimilate new information in the way that is the most effective to them, whether...

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    Discipleship - The Reinventing of Adventist Higher Education Tertiary
    After a student came seeking personal advice, the author was faced with questions about the purpose of Adventist higher education. Jesus' ministry emphasized [i] transformation [i] over [i] information [i]. According to Ellen White, the purpose of education...

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    Duel Credit and Early College Experiences - Myths and NAD Opportunities Grade 11-Tertiary
    With the presentation from this 2018 NAD convention breakout session, "discover Adventist college and university opportunities to enrich your academy program as students add college classes and attend festivals, clinics and workshops...debunk myths and...

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    Educating Head, Hand, and Heart Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The 1985-1990 Education Report from the Africa-Indian Ocean Division presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. Education and redemption are one and the same was the guiding principle during this time. The report discusses statistics, higher...

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    Education, Evangelism, Nurture - A Dean of Education Looks at Current Concerns Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Educators and administrators need to exalt the role of education as a truly evangelistic mission backed by quality academic training and spiritual commitment. The author's convictions regarding Adventist education are that it provides the most sustained, comprehensive...

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    Educational Skills and Their Relationship to Academic Achievement and Dropout - An Exploratory Study Tertiary-Lifelong
    This paper aims to study the relationship between educational skills -abstract reasoning (AR), verbal reasoning (VR), speed and precision (VP), spelling and language (OL) and calculus (C)- and the academic performance of students in their first year of university....

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    Effects of Teaching Methods and Students' Attitude on Academic Performance Tertiary
    "This study explored the effects of teaching methods in business instruction and students’ attitude toward the class on students’ academic performance. The respondents were 135 college students from an Indonesian university. Both the experimental...

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    Ellen White and Literature Grade 9-Lifelong
    First of all, it seems to me that no student in an Adventist school should be forced to choose between what he sincerely believes the writings of Ellen G. White teach regarding literature and the requirements of his literature course, and be labeled a fanatic...

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    Ellen White's Prophetic Gift - Syllabus and Mini Unit Tertiary
    This detailed sample syllabus and accompanying mini-unit focus on Ellen White and her gift of prophecy.

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    Emergent Themes in Marketing Theory and Practice Literature from 1957 to 2015 - A Systematic Review Tertiary
    "It seems that though marketing graduates may be confident with their marketing theory foundations, they are not as confident about marketing practice imperatives. Such a gap obviously presents challenges for both marketing academics and practitioners...

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    Employee Perceived Communication Effectiveness and Communication satisfaction as related to Job Satisfaction in Higher Education (California) Tertiary-Lifelong
    This study had three central aims: (1) to investigate the association between communication variables and job satisfaction, (2) to increase understanding of the impact of organizational communication on employee satisfaction, and (3) to analyze the communication processes of a church-related institution of higher education, Loma Linda University (LLU).

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    Employing Non-Adventist Professors Tertiary-Lifelong
    Would hiring non-Adventist professors and contract teachers result in a compromise of mission and secularization of Adventist institutions? Richard Osborn asks critical questions to determine whether such hiring practice are unavoidable, necessary, or a 'slippery...

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    Engaging Head, Hand, and Heart: Lessons from a Caribbean Social-work Degree Program Tertiary
    The Culturally Responsive Teaching (CRT) approach seems to go well with the wholistic orientation of Adventist education. Recognizing this, the author asked: “Can CRT be used to achieve the wholistic development of tertiary students, as conceptualized...

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    Exemplary Adventist Colleges Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This column lists recent awards and notable achievements of Adventist colleges and universities worldwide in the areas of service, academics, and outreach.

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    Facebook Addiction and Academic Anxiety among University Students Grade 11-Tertiary
    "Within academics, social media has developed a stronger and stronger presence in the lives of students and educators. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between Facebook addiction and academic anxiety."

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    Factors affecting student enrollment choice - A study of no-shows Tertiary-Lifelong
    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to discover and examine the reasons why undergraduate prospective students who were accepted into degree programs at La Sierra University chose not to enroll (no shows). Factors which influenced no shows' decisions...

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    Factors Leading to Limited Faculty Publications in Philippine Higher Education Institutions Tertiary
    "Using content analysis as a design, this exploratory study is based on data from higher education faculty members of 3 different universities about the reasons they gave for having no or limited number of publications."

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    Faculty Commitment in Higher Education - Implications for Strategic Leadership Tertiary
    "The commitment of faculty towards their institution needs to be recognized as having strategic value for higher learning. One component of commitment is affective commitment. Fostering it has a number of important implications for the leadership of educational...

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    Faculty Commons Tertiary-Lifelong
    A ministry of Cru (previously Campus Crusade for Christ), Faculty Commons strives to "help you bring the resources of the university (fellow faculty, grad students, students, and ideas) to the world for the...

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    Faith Integration in the Higher Education Online Classroom - Perspectives and Practice Tertiary
    "Online instruction in higher education has grown dramatically in recent years, and more faith-based colleges and universities are including online courses as a part of their educational offerings. The integration of faith in learning is an important...

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    Financing Church Colleges Tertiary-Lifelong
    For SDA colleges to be financially strong, they should decentralize, be unique and have different funding. Raising money and cutting expenditures are the primary ways to fund higher education. Ways to raise money include higher church subsidies, higher tuition,...

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    Formation of Human Capital and International and Local Trends in Financing of Higher Education Tertiary
    This paper confronts the role of higher education (HE) in the knowledge economy -and its impact on human and social capital formation- with the financing problems and challenges it faces, given the growing demands and budgetary limitations for public funding. Through...

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    Forming Partnerships to Enhance Student Learning Grade 11-Tertiary
    Consider connections between local non-profit organizations, college communications and social media classes. Follow the seven tips for teachers wishing to create partnerships for their classes.

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    Freshmen Retention at Two Seventh-day Adventist Higher Education Institution Tertiary
    Problem. Information is needed regarding the reasons students attend Seventh-day Adventist higher education institutions, and how these reasons and students' characteristics relate to their decision to remain in college or withdraw. Method. A study was...

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    From Sowing to Reaping: An Undimmed Vision Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The 2000-2005 Education Report from the Southern Asia Division (SUD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. Reports on K-12 successes and higher education. Challenges are training Adventist human resources to catch up with the enormous growth...

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    General Satisfaction Scale of the University Student Tertiary
    The degree of student satisfaction is defined as the student's satisfaction with the way in which his or her needs and expectations are met in terms of affective treatment, spiritual development and financial conditions in the Adventist educational institution.

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    Gloria Diokno - Dialogue with a university lecturer and researcher from the Philippines Grade 11-Lifelong
    Gloria Diokno is a social scientist, a university lecturer, and a researcher. She answers questions for young Adventists, including: "What kind of research do you conduct? Does teaching in a public university create problems for you as an Adventist? How...

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    Governing Board Autonomy, Independence, and Accountability in Colleges and Universities - Guidelines Tertiary
    This document was designed to assist trustees and governors in understanding how the board functions and demonstrates accountability to all concerned parties. It recognizes that while denominational colleges and universities function in widely differing political,...

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    Graduate Business Education in Adventist Colleges and Universities - History and Challenges Tertiary
    In this article from a JAE special issue on higher education, the authors present the history of and need for business graduate education and the current situation and challenges.

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    Graduate Studies in the Philippines - Past and Future Tertiary
    This article is a paper presented to an AIIAS School of Graduate Studies forum on Quality in Higher Education. The presenter discussed the past, present and future of graduate studies in the Philippines.

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    Group Investigation - How Does It Work? Tertiary
    "This qualitative study describes events and perceptions about the Group Investigation (GI) model of teaching, as experienced by students in a doctoral class on Program Evaluation. Individual interviews and observations were used to gather data from ten...

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    Growing Adventist Higher Education Without Leaving Our Roots Behind Tertiary-Lifelong
    As schools move beyond the traditional pool of applicants and aggressively pursue international, non-denominational, and non-Adventist students, the need to create a balance between the changing clientele and Adventist roots becomes a crucial issue. Payne...

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    Growth, Outreach, and Innovation Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The 2000-2005 Education Report from the Southern Asia-Pacific Division (SSD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. Some countries have seen rapid growth in education due to the vision and generosity of the McNeilus family, Maranatha, and ASI....

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    Guidelines for campus beautification with special reference to Seventh-day Adventist academies and colleges in North America Grade 9-Tertiary
    Problem: Few recognize the potential between campus beautification and the enrichment of the institutional programs or the responsibility role of stewardship for school lands. Often, campus beautification has not been considered an important item in...

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    Hearing the Silence Tertiary-Lifelong
    Adding women's and black studies to the college curriculum helps to fill in the gaps in the traditional curriculum. These studies ask questions such as what is the nature of artistic 'greatness'? What social conditions have enabled artists to pursue their...

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    Holding The Fort - The Service-Oriented Leadership of Librarians Tertiary
    Focusing on six librarians in the Philippines, this “ethnographic study highlights the values and shared culture of librarians of a Christian institution of higher education.”

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    How to Foster Great College Teaching 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Creating teaching is intentional, and professional development of faculty is to be fostered continually. This article shares insights from a university president.

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    How to Plan for an Accreditation Visit from the Adventist Accrediting Association Tertiary
    Preparing for a higher education accreditation visit can seem daunting. This detailed description of the committees, tasks and timelines from the Washington Adventist University faculty member designated as their AAA self-study chair includes tips to make...

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    Identifying Factors that Affect Higher Educational Achievements of Jamaican Seventh-day Adventists Tertiary
    "This mixed-method explanatory research examined factors that influenced Jamaican Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) members to pursue higher education. It sought to investigate whether the source of the motivation is tied to the Church's general philosophy...

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    Images of Leadership in Seventh-Day Adventist Higher Education – The Challenges of a New Century Tertiary-Lifelong
    This study aimed to find out perceived challenges for Seventh-day Adventist higher education in the 21st century according to its future leaders, the leadership necessary to meet these challenges, and the system's development of leaders. The two-phase process...

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    Imagine, Interrupt, Innovate - Internationalising Teaching and Learning Practice Tertiary
    "Internationalisation of the curriculum is a key research area at the intersection of teaching and learning...this research project identified key discipline areas at Avondale College of Higher Education in which to perform pedagogical intervention...

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    Improving Measurement and Evaluation in Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    Bandiola provides college educators with researched test-writing tips, and suggestions for preparing students for assessment and evaluation in various forms.

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    Info Editorial: Collaboration and Teamwork Tertiary
    Wa-Mbaleka explains how the articles in this issue " discuss different facets of collaboration and teamwork." Articles in this issue include: Journeys...

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    INFO Editorial: Contemporary Literacies - Life Skills for Professionals Tertiary
    Based on a three-day research conference with the same title, the articles in this issue discuss some of the concerns relating to contemporary literacies, especially as they relate to higher education. What skills do you need to be literate in the 21st century?...

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    INFO Editorial: Ethical Issues in Higher Education Tertiary
    "This issue of International Forum deals with some of the issues that touch the lives of international educators and the students they teach. How can we deal ethically with corrupt systems? What is our role in ethics education as educators in varying...

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    INFO Editorial: Forum Tertiary
    In this editorial, Julian Melgosa introduces the reader to this issue of InFo, which features presentations from the AIIAS School of Graduate Studies forum on Quality in Higher Education. The intention of this issue is to present InFo readers with an account...

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    INFO Editorial: Globalization, Ethics, and Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    "The world is becoming increasingly complex and interdependent. What happens in Costa Rica affects people in Kenya, and what happens in the Philippines affects people who live in China (and vice versa) in ways that it never did in years past. The concept...

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    INFO Editorial: Higher Education Tertiary
    Knowing that understanding the questions is the first step to finding the answers, this issue is dedicated to exploring the following current themes being discussed within higher education in the Asia-Pacific region today: 1. What are we really teaching? 2....

  • Adventist Resource
    INFO Editorial: Higher Education Empowering Development Tertiary
    The AIIAS School of Graduate Studies Forum, held November 16-18, 2006, and sponsored specifically by the Department of Public Health, focused on the supporting role that academia should have in assisting development and developing countries. Presentations...

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    INFO Editorial: Improving Higher Education Tertiary
    "Acknowledging professional preparation of students as the common purpose institutions and educators share, and the dimensions of the integrative task this requires, the Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies through the School of Graduate...

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    Inquiry Teaching in Higher Education - A Critical-Thinking Context Tertiary
    “The purpose of this article is to explore benefits and challenges of an inquiry-based approach within the paradigm of critical thinking in higher education. We have examined the biblical roots of an inquiry approach and will define inquiry and discuss...

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    Institutional Activities in International Higher Education - An Assessment of Advancement Strategies Used at Selected Small Church-related Colleges and Universities Tertiary-Lifelong
    Small church-related colleges and universities are experiencing financial difficulties. This study assesses the institutional advancement programs at selected Seventh-day Adventist colleges and universities. The purpose of this examination was to analyze "what is" to determine the present-day process of the advancement function, and what "ought to be."

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    Integrating Faith and Learning in Distance Education in the Ghanaian Context Grade 1-Grade 9
    "This paper synthesizes the philosophy of Adventist education, defines distance education, and recommends ways to integrate faith and learning among distance education students to provide an opportunity for them to accept Jesus as their personal Savior...

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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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    Integration of Faith and Learning in the ESOL Classroom Tertiary-Lifelong
    “In Christian higher education, the integration of faith and learning is of paramount importance, as professors and students approach teaching and learning within a Christian worldview. The classroom where English is learned as a second language (L2)...

  • Adventist Resource
    Interprofessional Education at Two Adventist Universities Tertiary
    "Adventist universities and health-care centers are moving forward in promoting interprofessional education and collaboration among their university partners. IPE is necessary to equip future health-care professionals with skills such as communication,...

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    Inviting a Spiritual Dialogue - A Loma Linda University Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Our students need to be sensitized to potential pitfalls and taught how to connect with people from all walks of life in a way that ensures that each patient always feels respected and honored."

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    JAE Editorial: Are You Drawing Pictures? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Some young people believe higher education to be irrelevant, time-consuming, and costly. These are short-sighted views colored by the desire for instant success and the freedom to order one's life according to personal wishes. The classroom teacher can support...

  • Adventist Resource
    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: Strength Through Unity Tertiary-Lifelong
    Trust and unity within each and among institutions, a shared task based on respect for each other and Christ reflected in the lives of each teacher and administrator should inspire students to enter the field of education. Articles in this issue include:

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    JAE Editorial: The Past and Future of Adventist Nursing Tertiary-Lifelong
    This special issue of The Journal of Adventist Education focuses on Adventist nursing education. In their editorial, Jones and Ramal look at the legacy and future of Adventist nursing. Additional articles include: A...

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    JAE Editorial: The Teacher's Role in Student Resiliency Tertiary
    This editorial from the JAE special on higher education looks at how the presence of caring adults in the life of a young person contributes to resiliency. Articles in this issue include: Providing...

  • Adventist Resource
    JAE Index - Volume 65 Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This Index to Volume 65 of the Journal of Adventist Education lists all articles and other published items for 2002-2003, except the 'Of Interest to Teachers' column.

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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: Administrative costs of higher education; elementary curricula similar worldwide; private schools reach out; teens and drugs;...

  • Adventist Resource
    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: Good Grades for U.S. Schools; Multicultural Sensitivity Needed; Value of After-School Programs; Handwriting Troubles; Child...

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    Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, and Religious Commitment of Full-time University Employees Tertiary
    This study investigated the relationship of job satisfaction and organizational and religious commitment among full time workers at Akra University (a pseudonym) based on a number of demographic factors. Analysis of variance using the Games-Howell procedure...

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    Journey to Excellence - Mission, Curriculum, and Collaboration Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The 2000-2005 Education Report from the North American Division (NAD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. The division and union education leadership are processing all policy, relationships, and curriculum development through the mission...

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    Knowledge Management and its Applicability to Higher Educational Institutions Tertiary
    "Knowledge management is a critical element that many business organizations are using to gain competitive advantage today. The rapid changes happening in the business setting demand that businesses employ knowledge as a raw material for innovation and...

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    Learning Styles and Attitude Towards Online Education in Four Universities in the State of Nuevo León, Mexico Tertiary
    The present research sought to find a relationship between learning styles in university students who study online and their attitude towards online education. It also sought to determine the effects of gender and level of study on attitude towards online...

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    Learning Styles in University Students Tertiary
    Keefe (1982) defines learning styles as cognitive, affective and physiological traits that serve as relatively stable indicators of how learners perceive, interact and respond to their learning environments. According to Honey and Mumford (1986), styles comprise...

  • Adventist Resource
    Learning Thresholds - A Journey in Online Learning and Teaching Tertiary
    Transitioning from face-to-face teaching to an online/blended delivery format can be a scary move to make. This study identified dominant domains of learning thresholds for three tertiary teachers new to online teaching.

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    Literary Clubs - Promoting Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing Skills Tertiary
    A brief history and current practices of the Oakwood University Literary Guild provides a case study for the importance of literary guilds in a Seventh-day Adventist institution of higher education. One benefit is that by focusing on student-centered goals...

  • Adventist Resource
    Living Alone - The Experiences of Married Single Students in Higher Education Tertiary
    Regarding students who have elected to attend school alone while their spouses remain behind at home, "this phenomenological study explored the related decision-making process, effects on their families, impact of the students’ life abroad and their...

  • Adventist Resource
    Looking at the Challenges With Hope Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The 2000-2005 Education Report from the East-Central Africa Division (ECD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. This division is one of the new territories created by the realignment of the African divisions in 2002. The report lists educationally...

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    Managing Change - Concepts and Approaches Tertiary
    "The difficult challenge that always confronts higher education institutions in their efforts to innovate programs, policies, structure, culture, and the whole educational system as needed, prompted leaders and teachers to understand the basic concept...

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    Marketing Adventist Higher Education: Some Practical Strategies Tertiary-Lifelong
    Marketing is one of the most important keys to helping Adventist higher education survive.

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    Marketing Seventh-day Adventist higher education - College-choice motivators and barriers Tertiary
    Purpose: Approximately 75% of Seventh-day Adventist college-bound youth do not attend the church's 15 colleges in North America. This study explored the views of Adventist college-bound participants regarding the factors (motivators and barriers) that...

  • Adventist Resource
    Meeting the Needs of the Part-time College Student Tertiary-Lifelong
    Adventist colleges have experienced a dramatic increase in the enrollment of part-time, nontraditional students. However, more than half of North American Adventist colleges have no separate educational programs for these students. Programs at Southwestern...

  • Adventist Resource
    Millennial Students in Higher Education - Changes Needed from Christian Teachers Tertiary
    "Millennial students learn differently compared with the previous generations, and this variation demands changes from Higher Education (HE) teachers. Even though many studies have offered suggestions for change, there is scarcity of research, specifically...

  • Adventist Resource
    Moonlighting as a Growing Phenomenon - A Case Study of a Congolese Christian University Tertiary
    "Findings suggest that moonlighting occurs for financial reasons, as a hedging mechanism against the uncertainty of the future, as a way to take advantage of available opportunities, for networking, for improvement of professors’ intellectual...

  • Adventist Resource
    Multigrade Classroom at the University - The Case of the Subject of History of Architecture II Subject Tertiary
    In this paper we intend to demonstrate that traditional education does not consider the person as the center of the teaching-learning process. It is focused on the fulfillment of objectives, rote learning with limited understanding, and models that have more...

  • Adventist Resource
    New England Adventist Heritage Tours - Understanding the Roots of Adventism Tertiary
    As Seventh-day Adventist schools seek to incorporate appropriate field visits to strengthen various aspects of their curriculum, they must go beyond mere secular sites. They should challenge their students to discover their historic and foundational roots...

  • Adventist Resource
    Numbers Don't Tell the Whole Story Grade 9-Tertiary
    "This case study responds to the debate over ‘toxic teachers’, tertiary entry ranking and access to university. Implications for federal and state policy are proposed. For 22 years Avondale College of Higher Education has been operating a...

  • Adventist Resource
    Observations About Teacher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    An examination of issues directly related to the preservice education of teachers dealt with in the National Commission on Excellence in Education report "A Nation at Risk: The Imperative for Educational Reform." Issues include competency, a grasp...

  • Adventist Resource
    Organizational conflict - its relationship to organizational culture and spiritual maturity of teachers and administrators in selected tertiary schools Tertiary
    This study explored the relationship of organizational conflict to organizational culture and spiritual maturity of teachers and administrators in selected tertiary schools in the Philippines. The organizational conflict model development by Mealiea and Latham...

  • Adventist Resource
    Perception of academic administrators from the association of Christian schools and colleges in the Philippines of current and future continuous quality efforts at their college or university Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The purpose guiding this study was to describe the perceptions of the academic administrators regarding the actual and projected quality efforts in Association of Christian Schools and Colleges (ACSC) institutions of higher education. The results may serve...

  • Adventist Resource
    Perceptions of the Role of the Bible Class in Four Christian Liberal Arts Colleges - Considered in the Context of Conflicting Rationales Tertiary
    Problem: The four Seventh-day Adventist senior colleges in Inter-America aim at training Christian professionals who will serve the church either directly on its payroll or indirectly as devoted Christian professional laymen. The colleges are doubly...

  • Christian Resource
    Predicting seminary faculty engagement with multicultural education Tertiary
    Most multicultural theological education research has focused on theoretical or historical pieces and only on a few institutions. This study explored the personal, professional, institutional, and interactional predictors of seminary faculty engagement with...

  • Adventist Resource
    Predictors of Burnout Syndrome in Adventist University Professors - A Multicultural Study Tertiary-Lifelong
    Job burnout syndrome is analyzed in a sample of 261 university professors randomly selected from Adventist educational institutions in the United States, Mexico and Argentina. The relationship between the time dedicated to academic activities and the personal...

  • Adventist Resource
    Pressing Forward, Together Preschool-Tertiary
    "Education was placed in the driver’s seat during the 2015-2020 quinquennium. The annual 2016 LEAD conference led the way with the theme of 'Educating for Eternity.' Education, viewed in the context of the great conflict between good and evil, is...

  • Adventist Resource
    Professional Competencies for a Complex World, an Innovative Educational Model Tertiary
    Montemorelos University developed an innovative educational model based on competencies for the formation of professionals, which not only promotes professional performance for job success, but also aims at the experience of values, a healthy lifestyle, a...

  • Adventist Resource
    Professional Learning Styles and Workplace Performance - And Exploratory Descriptive Study in Higher Education Tertiary
    "Higher education is no longer seen as optional in today’s society due to the rapid changes experienced in our global economy. Lifelong learning is expected if one is to keep up with the times. Because of this, schools need to change their focus...

  • Adventist Resource
    Providing Our Youth With Access and Opportunity to Attend Adventist Colleges Tertiary
    This article, from the JAE special issue on higher education, reports on research that details how Adventist families and young people describe their feelings about Adventist colleges as well as what they want and expect. The findings should be widely applicable...

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    Quality of Vegetarian Cafeteria Services and Students’ Overall Satisfaction with their University Tertiary
    "A major challenge for students at the university level is to adjust to the food provided by the campus’ cafeteria, and the adjustment is further complicated when a school offers a vegetarian diet (Hartwell, Edwards, & Brown, 2011). The purpose...

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    Relationships among selected internal/external variables affecting decision-making in the roles/functions of research university provosts Tertiary
    Problem: In the business and corporate world, there exists a unique collection of proven decision-making tools, techniques, and management ideas. There is, however, no clear definition and empirical analysis relative to the nature of the relationships...

  • Adventist Resource
    Reorganization, Economic Pressures, and Adventist Distinctives Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The 2000-2005 Education Report from the South Pacific Division (SPD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. The report discusses the following challenging issues and developments: political changes, economic pressures in the Pacific, Adventist...

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

  • Adventist Resource
    Scale of Evaluation of Teaching Performance by High School and University Students Grade 7-Tertiary
    The purpose of this research is to determine the construct validity of a teacher evaluation instrument for students.

  • Adventist Resource
    Secularization and the Disappearance of the Holy Tertiary-Lifelong
    “God invites us to be a holy nation, a holy people. He doesn’t browbeat us into it. We are invited, and we must in turn be invitational to others.”

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    Seventh-day Adventist Theses and Dissertations Tertiary-Lifelong
    A collection of all known Adventist college and university dissertations and theses from a religious education perspective.

  • Adventist Resource
    Sharing Christ Through Technology Kindergarten-Lifelong
    A report on the 2002 Adventist Virtual Learning Network (AVLN) Conference: Sharing Christ Through Technology.

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    Spiritual Experience and the Organizational Commitment of Faculty in Adventist Tertiary Educational Institutions in North Philippines Tertiary
    This study investigated linkages between the spiritual experience and organizational commitment of faculty in Seventh-day Adventist tertiary educational institutions in the North Philippines. In so doing, it sought to contribute to a better theoretical understanding...

  • Adventist Resource
    Stakeholders’ Perspectives on Bachelor of Arts in Theology Curriculum at the University of Arusha, Tanzania Tertiary
    Employing descriptive design under the quantitative research methodology, this study of a program in Tanzania "sought to establish stakeholders’ perspective on the relevance of various aspects in the BA Theology Curriculum at the University of...

  • Adventist Resource
    Strengthening Education and Workplace Linkages - The E-Learning Challenge Tertiary
    "Globalization and technology have changed the role and function of today’s educational institutions. Educators need to understand the changes and adapt to them in order to provide students with the needed skills for today’s workplace.

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    Student Life and the Future of Adventist Higher Education Tertiary
    "The student-life program at an Adventist college or university should seek to foster a sense of institutional ownership, promote identity confirmation, and encourage a positive view of the mature Christian life. In order for student-life arrangements...

  • Adventist Resource
    Students’ Perceptions on Cooperative Learning at a Faith-Based College in Myanmar Tertiary
    "This case study conducted at a faith-based college with 7 participants was meant to analyze the effectiveness of cooperative learning from the perspectives and experiences of the students. The findings showed that students benefited much from cooperative...

  • Adventist Resource
    Study Habits in Students Belonging to the Adventist Educational System in Chile - Second Report Tertiary
    The results of the study focused on descriptive aspects according to the faculty to which the participating university students belonged. The results showed that students from the faculty of theology are those who dedicate more time on average to study.

  • Adventist Resource
    Study of the Learning Style Preference of Elementary Education Students Tertiary
    This descriptive transversal research determines the preference of learning styles (active, reflective, theoretical and pragmatic) of Elementary Education students, with the purpose of establishing the differences in the levels of preference corresponding...

  • Adventist Resource
    Summer Bridge - Helping Prospective College Students Build Bridges to Success Grade 8-Tertiary
    This article describes a summer program at Southwestern Adventist University that targets students who may not be academically prepared for college. The program focuses on academic preparation, formation of supportive friendships, and involvement in campus...

  • Adventist Resource
    System-Process Framework for Human Resource Strategies for Graduate Schools Tertiary
    This article is a paper presented at an AIIAS School of Graduate Studies forum on Quality in Higher Education. The presenter shared a conceptual framework on HR (human resource) management strategies. It is a framework which is the fruit of both the presenter's...

  • Adventist Resource
    Taking Off the Training Wheels Tertiary
    Those responsible for delivering college and university education must determine the best way to structure the institution's academic environment to fulfill the mission of Adventist higher education. The authors review Kohlberg's theory of moral development...

  • Christian Resource
    Teacher Perceptions of Internet-Based Distance Education in Adventist Colleges and Universities - A Mixed-Methods Study Tertiary
    Problem: An examination of Internet-based distance education (IBDE) is important in order to maintain the delivery of quality higher education and to encourage the systemic adoption of policies and practices that promote excellence in IBDE. The quality of online distance education will increasingly become the standard by which students choose a program as their educational options have multiplied with the dramatic growth in distance education.

  • Adventist Resource
    Teaching Accounting - A Proposal from the Planning Perspective Tertiary
    This article calls attention to the importance and need for faculty planning in the teaching-learning process, and concisely addresses some aspects related to the teaching of accounting science from the perspective of its planning. In this context, some proposals...

  • Adventist Resource
    Teaching International Students - An Exploratory View Tertiary
    "This paper examines the reasons for expanded international enrolment and the ways Australian universities are taking their education product to other locations. It next examines the potential conflict that arises when international students, particularly...

  • Adventist Resource
    Teaching with Integrity - A Focus on Higher Education Tertiary
    "Teaching in higher education includes lived experiences related to ethics and values. Though not widely written about, the theme of ethical practices is increasingly considered as critical in academia. Teachers, who are key gatekeepers of knowledge,...

  • Adventist Resource
    Tertiary education at Avondale College 1945-1974 Tertiary-Lifelong
    The purpose of this dissertation is to survey the development of tertiary education (1945-1974) at Avondale College, Cooranbong, the senior educational institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia. In this dissertation it is argued...

  • Adventist Resource
    The Challenge of Change Tertiary-Lifelong
    Colleges and universities are expected to precipitate change. A college must be unique and yet be interdependent with its sponsoring church in terms of philosophy and mission, enrollment of the youth, and financial support. The challenge of change is addressed...

  • Adventist Resource
    The Future of Adventist Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    A board chairman's perspective on the future of Adventist higher education. Issues to be addressed for Adventist education to survive along its chartered lines include: communicating the importance of Christian education, information sharing, enhancing the secondary school relationship, addressing financial dilemmas, cutting operating costs, too many colleges, salaries, and institutional board responsibilities.

  • Adventist Resource
    The Future of SDA Higher Education - A North American College President's Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    Adventist higher education has grown in the past 100 years, but the question is whether it has much of a future. These concerns reflect the current decline in enrollment and therefore loss in operating revenue. Finances are the reason why students attend state...

  • Adventist Resource
    The How and Why of Starting a Faculty Book Club Tertiary
    Research has shown faculty learning communities, of which book clubs are a type, to have positive effects. For example, “they create connections and networks for isolated teachers, foster multidisciplinary curricula, and help construct community in higher...

  • Adventist Resource
    The Impact of Computer Literacy and Library Anxiety on Students' Library Experience Tertiary
    Despite growing up with technology, are college freshmen well prepared for library research, or does their computer savvy actually put them at a disadvantage? Do other factors such as library anxiety affect students’ research experience? How can secondary educators better prepare their students for the leap from a small school library to a large college or university library? How can college librarians make new students’ first library experience a positive one? These questions are addressed in this article.

  • Adventist Resource
    The Importance of and Relationship Between Admissions Criteria for Undergraduate Students and the Management of the Office of Admissions in Seventh-day Adventist Institutions of Higher Education Tertiary
    Problem: The selection and admission of undergraduate students involves the admissions office in the responsibility of maintaining; the delicate threefold balance of academic excellence and quality, institutional economic stability, and the provision...

  • Adventist Resource
    The Importance of Training Faculty to Integrate Faith With Learning Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Faith integration is a vital part of Christian education, including at the university level. What can administrators do to prepare their faculty to create classrooms where this happens in a meaningful way?

  • Adventist Resource
    The Influence of University Personnel Upon Students Spirituality at Selected Adventist Universities in West Africa Tertiary
    Problem and Purpose. The Seventh-day Adventist Church has a deep concern for youth and young adults' spirituality. Hence the church established institutions of higher learning with the aim of restoring in youth and young adults the image of God in which they...

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    The market position of a university relative to an ideal - A study of constituent and faculty perceptions Tertiary
    Problem: Specialists in educational trends forecast declining enrollments for higher education until at least the end of the twentieth century. Because of these forecasts many educators have turned to marketing in an effort to find assistance in meeting...

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    The Missiological Roots of Adventist Higher Education and the Ongoing Tension Between Adventist Mission and Academic Vision Tertiary-Lifelong
    The birth of Seventh-day Adventist higher education [was] filled with tension between the missiological/theological goals of the ecclesiastical leaders who founded it and the academics who operated it. Both had something valuable to contribute, as Knight explores.

  • Adventist Resource
    The Nature of Management Dilemmas Used as Academic Projects in Higher Education Tertiary
    "This study investigated the management dilemmas of 53 business executives, the resolution of which were critical to the sustainable growth of their companies. These dilemmas provided internship project opportunities for graduate management students....

  • Adventist Resource
    The Ombudsperson's Role in Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    The role of ombudsperson in Adventist colleges and universities is very recent. An Andrews University's ombudsperson explains the role of the position and its importance in the college and university community.

  • Adventist Resource
    The Performance of Trilogy Functions of Higher Education of Selected NOCEI-member HEIs in the CALABARZON Provinces Tertiary
    "Often the three functions of the trilogy of higher education, which consist of teaching, research and community service, are not assigned equal merit. The priority for performance is only given to teaching, and to a certain extent to research efforts,...

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    The Relationship Between Research Knowledge and Research Output for College Faculty - An Asian Case Study Tertiary
    "Faculty participation in research is of increasing importance in institutions of higher education worldwide. A growing literature is springing up that explores faculty research output and ways of increasing it. This small (n = 71) study done at an international...

  • Adventist Resource
    The Relationship of Leadership Characteristics of Academic Deans in Seventh-day Adventist Colleges and Universities to Their Performance Levels as Perceived by Educational Administrators and Faculties Tertiary
    Problem: The research literature in educational administration describes few studies directed toward identifying the relationship of specific characteristics of administrators to their performance levels. Yet such research would be useful in providing...

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    The Role of Faith in God in Administrative Decision-making - a Descriptive Multiple Case Study of Three African-American Christian Women Administrators of American Higher Education Tertiary
    Problem: Faith in God is a phenomenon that is difficult to define. Yet, it can be seen as an attitude of complete trust in God. As Proctor (1995) stated, faith in God is believing that there is a purpose and a power (called God) available to each of...

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    The role, status and qualifications of the chief advancement officer in selected institutions of higher education Tertiary
    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to gather data concerning the role status and qualifications of chief advancement officers serving in American private colleges and universities. Specifically, this study collected information relating to personal...

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    The Small Group - Connected for Wellness and Success in Adventist Higher Education Tertiary
    "Adventist education emphasizes a balanced, holistic preparation for life in varied careers and fields of study. It stresses the need for physical, mental, social, and spiritual growth, as well as health and wellness as a basis for successful living....

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    The Study of Religion in Graduate Degree Programs - Opportunities and Structural Issues Tertiary
    Cafferky examines benefits and challenges of several options for integrating a religion component in a post-graduate curriculum plan, including: offer a course in religion offered by a religion professor; offering a course in religion tailored to the issues...

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    Towards an Epistemological Integration of Truth in Adventist Higher Education Tertiary
    This essay addresses the need to maintain a unitary and unifying vision of the knowledge of truth from a theological, philosophical, scientific, technological and artistic perspective. Adventist educators need to possess a unitary vision of truth based on...

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    Trustee and trusteeship of selected private universities and colleges in the United States of America and Canada Tertiary
    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to compare the demographics, responsibilities and role perceptions of board members in all Universities and Colleges of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada and the United States of America. The study dealt...

  • Christian Resource
    Twenty-One Methods of Biblical Faith-Learning Integration Tertiary
    Intended for Christian business faculty but also applicable to other disciplines, this paper "examines twenty-one methods of biblical faith-learning integration with the goal of providing faculty members with ways to mentor and disciple their students...

  • Adventist Resource
    What Do Seventh-Day Adventist Students Need to Know About Science? Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article from the JAE special science issue claims that Adventist science education has the responsibility to guide students into an understanding of the issues involved in the controversy being waged between modern science and the Bible. Adventist educational...

  • Adventist Resource
    What Is the Special Character of an Adventist College or University? Tertiary
    Taylor discusses six key commitments of Adventist post-secondary education “around which the educational community can rally and in which important developments can take place.” In addition to discussing each commitment, the article provides recommendations...

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    Where to go for a Christian Research Degree [Part 1] Tertiary-Lifelong
    “In this mixed methods research project questionnaires and interviews were used to determine what is valued by current and past [higher degree research] candidates of Avondale and which areas of our [higher degree research] programs need further development....

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    Who's In Charge? Observations on Governance In Seventh-day Adventist Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    Adventist historian Greenleaf shares keypoints in Adventist education history regarding issues of governance, and the relationship between church and school administration. The article strives to answer the question, "Will the weight of circumstances...

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    Women Presidents in Philippine Higher Education - Their Personal and Professional Journeys Tertiary
    "Women leadership is still a rare phenomenon though women have slowly but steadily gained access into leadership positions even of male-dominated disciplines and institutions. Through the phenomenological design and guided by Gottfredson’s (1981)...

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    Writing with Integrity Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Writing is not merely a form of sharing what we have learned; the writing process actually helps us learn. It also helps us better understand what we know. Writing is really about thinking, not about production. Language skills support good thinking...

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    You Can't Tell a School By Its Name Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article from the JAE special higher education issue asks what causes so many colleges and universities that began as Christian institutions to lose their identity. A survey of some possible practical, emotional, and philosophical contributing factors...

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    You Will Learn It or I Will Teach You Tertiary
    "Higher education has experienced a paradigm shift away from teaching and toward learning. This focuses on students, and defines learning as 'significant long-term changes in knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes or beliefs.' This focus calls...