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    A Suicide Prevention Program for Adventist Schools Grade 9-Tertiary
    An epidemic of teenage suicide necessitates a comprehensive approach that involves the family, school, and community resources. The pressures and changes experienced in adolescence contribute to this problem. Suicidal teens perceive themselves to be helpless,...

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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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    Critical Thinking - Practical Strategies for Teaching and Learning Kindergarten-Grade 12
    “What does critical thinking look like in the classroom? What strategies can be used to facilitate critical thinking?” According to Faul, a classroom that emphasizes critical thinking is a safe space that is collaborative and provides for visual...

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    Enhancing Creativity Through Music, Rhythm, and Sound Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Interested in altering your thinking and mood with music? Try the following exercises: drawing to music, writing with music, and thinking through music.

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    Improving Students' Mathematical Thinking Grade 1-Tertiary
    "Mathematical thinking is understood and appreciated in academic circles. Such thinking differs from thinking in other subjects in its vocabulary, symbols, and grammar. It requires working with multiple solutions and problem generation by thinking across...

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    JAE Editorial: The True Confrontation Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Confrontation has connotations for the younger generation of social protest. Traditionally the concept is positive, intended to move people one step closer to liberation. Teachers have been heroic confronters and Christ's followers have a mandate for confrontation....

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    Not Mere Reflectors of Other Men's Thoughts Grade 11-Tertiary
    Shared and discussed at a 2018 NAD convention breakout session, this short paper is titled A Critical Conceptual Examination of E. G. White’s Admonition: “Not Mere Reflectors of Other Men’s Thoughts.”

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    Parent Inspiration - The Gift of a Growth Mindset Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This newsletter helps parents understand mindsets and how to encourage children to take on challenges positively. The second page includes Bible and nature study ideas and a resource list to dig deeper. Ready to print or link parents to; available in color...

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    Peril and Promise - Teaching Philosophy in an Adventist Context Tertiary
    Rice examines limitations and rewards of the study of philosophy as he provides a rationale for including philosophy classes in Seventh-day Adventist educational curriculums. Philosophy, in spite of some limitations, can help students gain a better understanding...

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    Reading Like a Writer - Thinking, Experiencing, and Writing Enthusiastically Grade 1-Grade 12
    In order to teach students to think, teachers must, themselves, be thinkers. Since writers must be thinkers, teachers must also teach thinking when teaching writing. The teacher must model the whole process to teach writing well. To model writing, one must...

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    Recapturing a Sense of Community Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article from the JAE special higher education issue deals with the loss of community of English scholars resulting from specialization. Specialization has walled teachers in from the academic community in general, and from one another within departments....

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    Speaking Out: Are Teachers Ready to Teach Pupils to Think? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Efforts to encourage higher-order thinking skills in K-12 students will fail unless teachers become conscious of and apply these skills. College graduates do not demonstrate the operative knowledge needed in higher-order thinking. Reference is made to Harvey,...

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    Strings of Questions Grade 7-Tertiary
    A good question usually leads to another question that is derived from the answer to the first one, and in this way chains or sequences of questions are formed from which greater benefit is obtained than from using isolated pre-questions (Vogler, 2005). But...

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    Thinking Theologically - Adventist Christianity and the Interpretation of Faith Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Guy, a well-known Adventist theologian who has served as a teacher, college dean, pastor, and university president, offers his philosophy of how North American Adventists ought to go about the business of "doing theology." The work is addressed...

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    Tips For Better Bible Teaching Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Simple Biblical guidelines for effective Bible teaching are discussed in this article, including to recognize opportunities, make students feel important, and to ask questions, which lead students to think. Sources for teaching aids and resource materials...

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    Why Don't You Understand 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Sometimes conflicts occur because two people have different ways of thinking. It can be helpful to know how you think or approach problems. Identifying how your children, spouse, or colleagues approach problems cna help you avoid or diffuse conflicts. This...