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    Alleviate the Stress of Meeting With Parents Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Student-led parent-teacher conferences allow students to take responsibility for their own learning and provide numerous parent, student, and teacher benefits. This method encourages dialogue between parents and students current progress, expectations, and...

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    An Overview of the Theory of Multiple Intelligences Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article from the Multiple Intelligences (MI) issue of JAE gives a brief history and background of the MI theory. There are differences between learning styles and MI: 1) MI was developed through scientific research rather than observation; 2) intelligences...

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    Cooperative Education Necessary Tool for Teaching and Learning Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from the special JAE issue on cooperative learning shows how important cooperative learning is in the classroom. Cooperative learning has shown measurable results in the following areas: higher achievement; improved critical thinking; increased...

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    Creating Equality in Testing Student with English as a Second Language Grade 4-Grade 8
    Is there a significant difference between “English as a Second Language” (ESL) students’ rankings of their multiple intelligences on a written test in English, and their ranking of the same intelligences on a pictorial test? When considered...

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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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    Educating With the Brain in Mind Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Christine Goad demonstrates how a teacher can combine key principles of Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Theory and Marian Diamond's research on Enriched Environments to create a dynamic classroom setting that provides opportunities for optimum learning....

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    FORTE - For Talents in Education Differentiated Activities for K-12 Kindergarten-Grade 12
    FORTE's differentiated activities and learning experiences, currently available for social studies and math with language arts to come, are designed with a variety of learning styles, multiple intelligences, and creative gifts in mind. The free activities...

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    Growing in Faith - Australian Primary Religion Curriculum Kindergarten-Grade 8
    "This document represents the heart of the Adventist Primary School Curriculum in Australia and New Zealand, providing a context and orientation for the other learning areas that make up the full curriculum." Based on a biblical worldview, the development...

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    Helping At-Risk College Students Succeed Tertiary-Lifelong
    Adventist colleges and universities are facing growing numbers of students who exhibit at-risk behaviors. How should schools cope with these students?

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    JAE Editorial: Being Smart in More Ways Than One Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This editorial from the Multiple Intelligences (MI) issue of JAE shows the importance of understanding and using MI theory in our classrooms. Research shows that incorporating multiple intellegence techniques can improve student achievement for students who...

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    JAE Editorial: Can Education Help Build a Better Brain? Kindergarten-Grade 8
    An editorial commentary on how developments in brain research impact traditional beliefs held by educators, such as the appropriate time a child should learn to read, write, or perform other developmental tasks. Brain research offers insight into not only...

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    Let Me Do It and I Will Learn - Investigating Three Models of Student-Centred Learning Grade 5-Grade 12
    The Socratic Seminar, the Graffiti Model and the Pirozzo Matrix were trialed in high school English and history classes, and it was found that “each of these methods created discussion, involvement, cooperation and learning at many levels.”

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    Making Decisions About the Content of Staff-Development Programs Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article from the special JAE issue about staff development discusses criteria for making decisions about staff-development programs, and the need for Adventist administrators to adopt division-wide, union-wide, and conference-wide staff-development programs....

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    Mission Environment: Using the World As A Lesson Book Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Direct experience equals authentic learning when teachers risk taking learning activities beyond the classroom walls. In support of outdoor education, Jean Lomino presents personal experiences with project based learning and outdoor education and shows how...

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    Multiple Intelligences: Teaching for the Future Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this JAE article, the author tells how multigrade classrooms are using Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences to meet the needs of learners with disabilities. It includes sample lesson plans, a reading list, and sidebar comments from a first grade teacher...

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    Relationship between multiple intelligences and academic achievement of grade six pupils in Northern Luzon Mission Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The study explored the relationship of multiple intelligences to the academic achievement of grade six pupils in Northern Luzon Mission. The theory developed by Howard Gardner was the basis of the theoretical concept. Data were obtained from 310...

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    Sing a Song of Special Days - Using Multiple Intelligences with Mixed-age Grouping Preschool-Grade 2
    Spaulding writes of the benefits of using mixed age grouping to help students develop leadership and empathy for others. Integrating Howard Gardner’s Eight Multiple Intelligences with mixed-age grouping, Spaulding provides practical suggestions for “special...

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    Teaching a Thematic Unit Using Cooperative Learning and Multiple Intelligence Theory Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from the special JAE issue on cooperative learning discusses combining cooperative learning with thematic teaching. The specific types of thematic teaching discussed are Group Investigation and Literature-Based Instruction.

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    The Application of Multiple Intelligences in Two Year 7 Textile Technology Classes Grade 6-Grade 8
    "This study applied the theory of MI (multiple intelligences) within two year seven textile technology classes. Data were collected from student group assessments, surveys and daily engagement levels. The results of the study show that groups whose members...

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    The Effects of Visual Learning - Now I See It Teaching Preschool-Grade 8
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation reviews the current research and literature supporting the model of multi-sensory teaching, with a special emphasis on visual and hands-on experiences. Teaching various subjects employing the use of puppetry,...

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    The Fun Factor: How Active Enjoyment Impacts Learning Kindergarten-Grade 12
    In the prevailing atmosphere of testing, standards, and benchmarks, have educators lost sight of the objective of making learning fun? Morelan addresses the challenge of meeting the standards, yet still creating an environment where learning is enjoyable and...

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    The Promise is in the Practice: Professional Imperatives Kindergarten-Grade 12
    What should Adventist teachers know and understand about current research in education? How will knowledge of current research improve teaching practice? Green cites 9 educational theories worth knowing: Dimensions of Learning; Models of Teaching; Cooperative...

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    To the Seafloor in a Cardboard Box! Teaching through Simulations Grade 7-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation shows that simulations are powerful teaching devices that can activate all learning domains and integrate content areas through very active learning. See the model, a simulation the author developed with his academy...

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    Why You Need to Be Savvy About Learning Styles Kindergarten-Grade 12
    As student populations become more diverse, educators need to use a variety of teaching methodologies in an effort to help students learn how they learn best. Dorothy Patterson shares insights on how important it is for teachers to understand and accommodate...