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    A Journey of Cultural Change Preschool-Grade 12
    “This article describes collaborative autoethnographic reflections on the meaning of our decade-long journey as a school community towards reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This has resulted in a heartening cultural change...

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

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    Challenges in the Seventh-day Adventist Church In Zimbabwe in Intergrating and Evangelising Minority Groups after Independence Tertiary-Lifelong
    “The integration and evangelisation of the minority groups in Zimbabwe in general, and in the Seventh-day Adventist Church in particular poses a challenge...Certainly, challenges stem from issues concerning racial prejudice, finances, cultural differences,...

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    Comparison of international and American doctoral graduates' expectations, satisfaction, and appropriateness of their programs in education at Andrews University Tertiary
    Problem: The proportion of international students in the doctoral programs in the School of Education at Andrews University raises concerns over (a) the ability of the programs to meet the varied expectations and needs of the international and American...

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    Embracing Language Minority Students Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Instead of retaining students for one or two years until their language skills are proficient, or tossing them into the classroom in a 'sink or swim' situation, Norka Blackman-Richards presents a strong case for structured inclusion of non-native speakers...

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    Engaging in Culturally Relevant Teaching - Lessons from the Field Kindergarten-Tertiary
    "Culturally Relevant Teaching is a popular topic for discussion and research, and it continues to gain more traction through practical application in classrooms worldwide."

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    Helping Students Appreciate the Contributions of Minorities Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article gives special attention to ways to integrate black history into the social-studies curriculum. Recommendations given will facilitate an ongoing study of black history and heritage. Suggestions are divided into primary, intermediate, and upper...

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    JAE Editorial: The Relevance of Feelings Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Recent movements encourage getting in touch with one's feelings and to acknowledge the feelings and experiences of minorities in a white male society. Education must include the personal, the experiential, the sensuous, and the poetic. Articles in...

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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: U.S. Graduation Rates; Service Projects for Young People; Helping New Students Prepare for School; Firearm Deaths Escalating...

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    JAE: Of Interest to Teachers - Summer 1989 Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This Journal of Adventist Education column features current news, reports, and updates of interest to educators.

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    People of Color in the Bible Grade 1-Lifelong
    Written for adolescents and adults, this book uses maps, charts, scripture quotations, genealogies, geography and historical documentation to identify numerous people of color in the Bible. Quiz questions are included for each chapter. Additional resources...

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    Pros and Cons of Competency Testing for Teachers Tertiary-Lifelong
    Teacher testing has been mandated by legislators and other public officials in response to the public outcry on quality of classroom teachers, school curriculum, and teacher preparation programs. Questions raised by the specter of testing, the pros and cons...

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    Teaching Tolerance Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "What we don't understand, we tend to fear"--with these words Robert Egbert dissects the characteristics of prejudice, noting that attitudes toward those who are different often stem from parental, peer, and media coaching or influence. Egbert provides...

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    Thinking Success Kindergarten-Grade 12
    School administrators with high expectations, positive self-concepts, and specific goals, will greatly improve any school program. Most individuals live up to the expectations others hold for them. School administrators can influence student achievement without...

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    Understanding, Serving and Educating Students in Urban Settings Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The authors explore the difficulties facing minority students, particularly in urban settings. They describe methods that can be used to solve school leadership issues, build student self-confidence and self-respect, increase student motivation, break the...

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