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    Pacific Union Conference Education Department Preschool-Lifelong
    The Pacific Union Conference Office of Education (NAD) provides an online statement of vision and purpose, as well as a variety of educational resources.

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    Adventist Education and the Apocalyptic Vision - Part I Grade 10-Lifelong
    First delivered as a keynote at the 2006 NAD Teachers Convention. In this first of two parts, Knight examined the apocalyptic imperative that inspired the rise of Adventism and the all-important relationship between that imperative and the rise and continuing...

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    Better Vision in the Body of Christ Grade 9-Lifelong
    The church benefits from eyes that are young, old, and different shaped and colored, to creatively respond to the near, the culturally specific, and the contemporary issues of our day. Like corrective lenses, vision is further sharpened by sound theology that...

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    Beyond Vision 2000 Tertiary
    This report details information important for strategic planning and decision-making for officers and key planning groups of the Columbia Union Conference. It measures the needs and opinions of church members within the Union. There were 296 telephone interviews...

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    Critique Your Marketing Materials Kindergarten-Tertiary
    What marketing tools does your school have available? How are these tools helping you market your mission? These and many other helpful tips are included in this PowerPoint presentation by Dan Day, Vice President for Marketing & Enrollment Services at...

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    Daniel - Vision of the End Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Doukhan delves into the biblical text, considering its words, noting its literary movement, and listening to its echoes throughout the Scriptures. The result is a document with new information and reflection which challenges thought and nurtures hope."

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    Developing the Leader Within You Tertiary-Lifelong
    John Maxwell examines the differences between leadership styles, outlines principles for inspiring, motivating, and influencing others. These principles can be used in any organization to foster integrity and self-discipline and bring a positive change. The...

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    Education for the Future - Creating a Shared Vision for School Improvement Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This 16 page packet from a 2018 NAD convention general session shows that "school improvement is a process, not an event. Now more than ever, a shared vision that is inclusive of faith and student achievement is a critical component of successful school...

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    Ellen White as a Prophetic Voice for the Poor and the Oppressed Grade 9-Lifelong
    This article reviews the influence of Ellen White's vision and voice regarding community service, providing the rationale for the Adventist perspective on social justice.

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    Escaping Tunnel Vision - Wider Horizons in Strategic Planning Kindergarten-Tertiary
    In this article, the author examines vision-oriented strategic planning. He presents the classical view of strategic planning and the ideal vision. He discusses macroplanning and how to identify and define an ideal vision. Based on the ideal vision, strategic...

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    Essential Skills and Attitudes for Principals in Developing Countries Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article discusses the characteristics required by those working in an educational administration role in a developing country.

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    Faith in God's Abundant Grace Grade 5-Lifelong
    "If we want to proclaim grace we must ask God to open our eyes to see it. That is the biggest reward and challenge of being a church with a mission of grace." Dennis Miller presented this devotional Saturday, June 26, 2010 at the 59th General Conference...

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    Former Christian Colleges and Universities: Why Are There So Many? Tertiary-Lifelong
    David Larson examines how Christian colleges and universities become secular institutions by discussing four books on the subject. Questions that church leaders and campus administrators should ask and answer are 1) whether both the church and the campus really...

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    GC Delegates Share Their Vision for the Church's Future Tertiary
    A survey was distributed to Seventh-day Adventist church leaders during the body's General Conference session held in the Netherlands in 1995. This article reports on the results of this survey. The questionnaire that delegates responded to contained questions...

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    Guiding Principles for Cultivating Sustainable Christian School Cultures in an Era of Change Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "This article presents a selection of findings arising from a recent study that analysed and investigated how sustainable Christian school cultures can be cultivated during changing times. The inquiry was positioned within the contextually bounded system...

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    His Guiding Hand Tertiary-Lifelong
    Muñoz tells how God reentered his life after many detours in his path.

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    JAE Editorial: Back to the Real Basics Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this editorial, Humberto Rasi emphasizes the importance of a core message in Adventist education. We must focus on what makes our education uniquely Adventist. Articles in this issue include: Teachervision:...

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    JAE Editorial: Assessing Adventist Higher Education Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Fowler shares a report from the first ever Summit on Seventh-day Adventist higher education held in Loma Linda, California, March 19-21, 1997. Two major themes dominated both the individual and group presentations: Why are we operating colleges and universities?...

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    JAE Editorial: Legacy of Hope Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Culture and other social factors have affected the life, character, and behavior of areas of the Seventh-day Adventist church. The educational system shares a responsibility to sensitize and stimulate the current generation of youth to the fundamental spiritual...

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    JAE Editorial: Remembering the Lessons of the Past Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "We hope, readers, that you read each of these articles and are encouraged to discuss, reflect, and act to better serve the Lord, the Church, and our students."

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    Leading a Character Driven School Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article outlines six principles that will help leaders to successfully implement a character development program. They are a vision, modeling, professional development, integrated teaching, balanced assessment, financing for service learning. The article...

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    M.I.N.T.S. - Masterful Ideas Needed to Survive Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Seven ideas to help teachers and leaders survive and be successful in their work and interactions with others.

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    Making Change for the 21st Century - AE21 Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article provides the philosophical premise for Adventist Education for the 21st Century (AE21), a curriculum initiative designed to produce change in curriculum, design, and instruction within the Adventist educational system in North America.

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    Quick Guide to Teaching About Ellen White and the Spirit of Prophecy Grade 2-Grade 12
    Utilize this page of tips on teaching about the life and witness of Ellen G White, Adventist church history and beliefs.

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    Reclaiming the Vision of Adventist Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    The author presents a range of problems in American higher education in general, relating to a lack of community and mission, and presents recommendations from the Carnegie Foundations' study on higher education to alleviate these and other problems. He suggests...

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    Rekindling Commitment and Loyalty Within Adventist Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article calls for a renewed vision for Adventist higher education and presents reasons to be optimistic in light of the growing debate about its commitment and loyalty to the church. It also calls for a renewal within Adventist academe.

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    Revelation 17:9-11 - A Vision of the Seven Beastly Heads and the Harlot Woman Grade 10-Lifelong
    The chosen passage is considered by some to be one of the most enigmatic in the Bible. However, in the last eschatology symposium held in Brazil (2002), no paper was published specifically addressing this passage. Reasons? It could be the absence of any commentary...

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    School Choice - What Parents Choose Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Part 2 of 2. The researchers "sought to explore the factors that influence parents’ choice of school for their children using a mixed methods approach."

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    Seeing Through the Eyes of Jesus Tertiary-Lifelong
    So, what does seeing through Jesus' eyes mean? This article observes these four points - Vision of compassion, Vision without obstruction, Vision based on Cod's revelation, and Vision of courage.

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    Short and Snappy - Strategic Planning for Dummies Kindergarten-Grade 12
    One of the best ways to build constituent and employee support for Adventist schools is to create short and snappy strategic plans. Because the process seems so complex, many principals and superintendents simply put it on the "back burner" wondering...

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    Success stories: The development of a theory to explain the qualities found in Adventist schools that show consistent enrollment increases Kindergarten-Grade 12
    What are the qualities found in select Adventist schools that show consistent enrollment increases over the last five years? The telling of their success stories gives clues to how others might reverse the enrollment trend in Adventist Education which has...

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    Supervision for Empowerment Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Adventist elementary teachers are evaluated not only by their principals, but also by just about anyone with a vested interest in Adventist education. A result is that performance is substituted for meaningful achievement. The objectives of the supervisor,...

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    Teacher Vision - The Key to Improved Instruction Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The concept of vision is linked in a very powerful way to teaching and includes the teacher's envisioning of his or her ideal role, as well as creating visions within students. The teacher's vision will largely determine how the classroom learning environment...

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    The Challenge to Lead Kindergarten-Lifelong
    When boards govern, are they leading or managing? This article addresses the concern that many Adventist K-21 school boards over-manage and under-lead, by exploring key distinctions between leading and managing. Both skills are essential to perform four roles:...

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    The Eyes Have It - A Quick Look at Children's Vision Problems Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Elizabeth Holzhauser and Patti Herring share how teachers can become advocates for healthy vision by being alert to signs of vision problems in students. The authors note that early detection is crucial to a child's healthy development. Presented is a brief...

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    The Gift of Prophecy- What does the Bible say? Grade 5-Grade 10
    Use this lesson plan to guide you in helping your students know what the Bible says about the gift of prophecy.

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    The Role of the Mentor on a Christian Campus Grade 9-Lifelong
    What does it mean to be a faithful mentor on a Christian campus today? The path to mentoring and the role of the mentor are also discussed.

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    The Role of the Prinicipal - A Multifaceted Role Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "The role of the principal is multidimensional and multifaceted. Sergiovanni (1999) describes aspects of the role as technical, human, educational, symbolic, and cultural, all requiring adequate attention if the role is to be performed well. Principals...

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    Vision and Mission Statement in Christian Higher Educational Management in Eastern Africa Tertiary-Lifelong
    Literature reveals that although the terms vision, mission and mission statement are understood in a variety of ways, the various concepts of these terms are becoming more commonly used in educational management. A qualitative study of 12 recently established,...

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    Vision for Learning Part I - A Tool for Educators to Assist in the Detection and Treatment of Vision Difficulties Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "This document was created to provide educators with an overview of basic vision difficulties and treatment options. However, it is vitally important to recognise that only a trained practitioner can properly diagnose and treat vision problems...Vision...

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    Vision for Learning Part II - A Tool for Educators to Assist in the Detection and Treatment of Vision Difficulties Preschool-Grade 8
    "It is essential for educators to be aware of the signs and possible causes of visual difficulties. In fact, the Australasian College of Behavioural Optometrists (2013d, para. 5) considers teachers to be the best screeners for vision problems, through simply...