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    A Comparison of the Academic Achievement in Multigrade and Single-grade Elementary Church-school Classrooms Kindergarten-Grade 9
    A quasi-experimental design was used to statistically compare academic achievement among 277 students in single-grade and multigrade classrooms in the Pacific Northwest. Adjustments were made using analysis of covariance to help insure comparable group means....

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    A Comparison of the Academic Achievement of Seventh-day Adventist Elementary Students by School Type: The Influence of Teacher, Student, Parent, and School Variables Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Enrollment in Seventh-day Adventist schools is declining as is the number of schools and teachers. While there could be many reasons for this, one perception of SDA schools, held by parents, teachers, pastors, and school board members, is that students enrolled...

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    A formal mentoring program and its relationship to academic success and retention rates of first-time freshman college students at Walla Walla University Tertiary
    Problem: For almost 160 years, researchers have studied freshman college students because attrition is heaviest during the first year. At Walla Walla University, statistics have shown that approximately 30% of each incoming freshman class will not return...

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    A Painful Lesson of Failure Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this article she suggests a variety of helpful, scripture-based tips for helping students avoid, deal with, and lessen the effects of failure.

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    A Primer on Motivation Principles: Principles Old and New Kindergarten-Grade 12
    How can teachers motivate today

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    A, B, C, D . . . Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Janet Brock shares insights on how teachers can motivate struggling students, giving them a taste of success as they increase their levels of competency. Brock speaks to the dangers of a "one size fits all" grading system that often prevents struggling...

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    Academic Achievement Among sixth-graders in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles (Protestant, Public Schools, Roman Catholic, Seventh-day Adventist) Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to compare the academic achievement, as measured by the Standardized Achievement Test, of Seventh-day, Protestant, Roman Catholic, and Public school sixth-graders in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. This study also...

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    Academic Dishonesty and Achievement Emotions Among International Students in Thailand Grade 9-Tertiary
    "The purpose of this study was to understand the association between academic dishonesty and achievement emotions. A survey was conducted among 129 international high school students. Results indicated that male students find academic dishonest behaviors...

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    Advancement, Involvement, and Cooperation: 1995-2000 Report Eastern Africa Division Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The 1995-2000 Education Report from the Eastern African Division (EAD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. The report discusses the advancements and progress made in the following areas: Interdepartmental Cooperation; Meetings and Programs;...

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    Adventist Education in North America - How Do We Measure Up Academically? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    How do Adventist elementary and secondary schools measure up academically to their private and public school counterparts? CognitiveGenesis seeks to answer the question, 'What impact does Adventist education have on the academic performance of students?'...

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    An Analysis of Spiritual Factors on Academic Achievement in Seventh-day Adventist Schools Tertiary
    This study asked the question: Do spiritual factors impact academic achievement? The subjects in this study were all students in grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 11, in Seventh-day Adventist schools in the United States and Bermuda, from 2006 to 2008. The compilation...

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    An analysis of spiritual factors on academic achievement in Seventh-day Adventist schools Grade 3-Grade 11
    This study asked the question: Do spiritual factors impact academic achievement? The subjects in this study were all students in grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 11, in Seventh-day Adventist schools in the United States and Bermuda, from 2006 to 2008. The compilation...

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    An Open Letter to Academy Principals Grade 9-Grade 12
    Could too many extra-curricular activities interrupt the school day and student learning outcomes? The author makes an open call for academic excellence in this thought-provoking letter to principals and school administrators regarding scheduling and its influence...

  • Anatomy of a Mobilized Lesson - Learning My Way Kindergarten-Grade 12
    In our school-based research work in introducing mobilized curricula to a class, we observe many benefits of learning in this way, such as it allows multiple entry points and learning pathways, supports multi-modality, and supports the sharing and creation...

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    Are Standardized Tests Being Used Appropriately? Grade 3-Grade 12
    Standardized tests have traditionally been used to determine students' academic standing and grade level, rate school districts, set real estate prices, and even determine whether a teacher will be rehired. Are these appropriate uses for tests? Carol Hammond...

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    Assessing Adventist Academics - A Mid-Point Update on CognitiveGenesis Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article provides an interim overview of results of a 4 year study of academic achievement for grade 3-9 and 11 student attending Adventist schools in North America. Results indicate that "students in NAD schools are both achieving above the national...

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    Breakfast for Academic Performance Kindergarten-Tertiary
    "Breakfast has long been shown to be an important part of a healthy lifestyle. But recent changes in society find ever larger numbers of individuals choosing not to eat in the morning. Studies show connections between breakfast eating and various aspects...

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    Caring and Excellence - SUD Report 1990 Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The 1985-1990 Education Report from the Southern Asia Division (SUD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. Statistics showing growth are provided. The strengths of the education program are commitment, curricular strategies, community relations,...

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    CognitiveGenesis (CG) - Assessing Academic Achievement and Cognitive Ability in Adventist Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "CognitiveGenesis collected achievement and ability test data from 2006–2009 for all students in Seventh-day Adventist schools in North America. Students were above average in achievement compared to national norms and achieved above that predicted...

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    CognitiveGenesis - Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Factors Contributing to Academic Success in Adventist Education Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Key findings of the 2006-2009 CognitiveGenesis project were presented at the 2016 LEAD Conference. Here is a summary of the presentation.

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    CognitiveGenesis Articles, Reports & Newsletters Grade 3-Grade 12
    Link to articles published, yearly reports, and newsletters disseminating findings from the four-year Cognitive Genesis study of North American Division Seventh-day Adventist elementary and secondary school students and their parents.

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    Competitive sport, self-efficacy & academic achievement - a multiple regression analysis involving secondary school students in Seventh-day Adventist schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Physical activity and academic achievement are important and valued aspects of society. The present study investigated the relationship between involvement in competitive sport, self-efficacy beliefs and academic achievement in Adventist secondary school students....

  • Council for American Private Education - Facts and Studies Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The report on student academic outcomes, school climate, and staff perceptions of private schools in the United States. Other links include: Private School FAQs; Academic Performance; NAEP Results; Public Likes Private Schools; School Safety and Security;...

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    Differences in academic achievement of students involved in extracurricular activities in Seventh-day Adventist schools in the United States and Bermuda Grade 6-Grade 11
    This study examined differences in the academic performance of students in grades 6, 7, 8, 9, and 11 in Seventh-day Adventist schools in the United Sates and Bermuda based on their level of involvement in school music organizations-- band or choir -- and school...

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    Do We Hold Learning in Contempt? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "At every level of the church's structure, education needs to be given the highest priority. To sacrifice academic quality is to cut at the very roots of responsible Christian education. To do it in the name of religion is shocking. Schweitzer was thinking...

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    Do Your Students Have a Time Deficit? A Survey of Boarding Academies Grade 9-Grade 12
    Eugene Rau shares a recent study on time scheduling in Adventist boarding academies. Approximately 55 administrators and 2000 students in grades 10-12 were surveyed in the areas of homework, leisure time, sleep, health, and religious experiences. Possible...

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    Educational Tracking: A Democratic and Christian Dilemma Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Cheryl Simpson presents a historical overview of ability and achievement based curriculum tracking in American schools, and how this practice impacts students with special needs. Sub-headings include: Singling Out Gifted Students; Tracking and Special Education;...

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    Enjoy the Sunshine Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Morian Perepelitza shares the importance of maintaining the vision for Adventist schools, and notes that dedicated teachers alone cannot keep the vision alive. The goals and purposes of Adventist education need to be shared by parents and the church community if the system is to continue to be effective.

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    Erasing the Myths of Adventist Education Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A composite article written by superintendents within the Adventist Church in Canada addressing the church's commitment to educational excellence. The authors address and counter six myths of Adventist education in areas such as curriculum, academic standards,...

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    Exploratory study of the relationships between community building and the social, academic, and spiritual engagement at Antillean Adventist University Tertiary
    Problem: This research examined the students' sense of community building in a college and how such perceptions influenced academic, social, and spiritual engagement in a 4-year Christian university. Method: The study was an exploratory...

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    Factors contributing to underachievement of students in a Junior Academy - a qualitative case study Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The purpose of this study was to qualitatively determine the related factors that contribute to the existence of underachievement. The participants were 3 subjects (underachieving students) and 14 informants (5 teachers, 6 peers, and 3 parents) from a selected...

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    For Real Education Reform, Take a Cue from the Adventists Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This report outlines highlights from the CognitiveGenesis study. Kido proposes that Adventist holistic curriculum is the key to greater student achievement. Link to this article on your school website, alert parents, pastors, and other stakeholders to this...

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    Forming Partnerships Within Adventist Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    Walla Walla College President Sorensen advocates an increased commitment to partnerships within Adventist higher education. He suggests five barriers to partnerships that should be overcomes: distance; resistance to change; fear of additional work load; policy...

  • Fostering Personalized Learning in Science Inquiry Supported by Mobile Technologies Grade 2-Grade 8
    "In this paper, we present a mobile technology-assisted seamless learning process design where students were facilitated to develop their personalized and diversified understanding in a primary school’s science topic of the life cycles of various...

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    Helping Students Become Successful Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Tony Reeves encourages teachers to show students that there are better ways to be successful, and that acting out and being the class clown is not one of them. Reeves notes that most people need boundaries and there are certain rules that all classrooms must...

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    Helping Students Take Control of Their Own Achievement Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Most students and teachers recognize the relationship between effort and grades earned. However, many students place too much emphasis on 'native ability' and don't put as much effort into their studies as others.

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    I Didn't Even Know I Liked You - Elementary Students Learn People Skills and Subject Matter Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This article from the special JAE issue on cooperative learning shows how students involved with cooperative learning not only master subject matter, but also learn social skills. One of the first steps the classroom teacher must take is to provide opportunities...

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    In Celebration of Curiosity - The 'R'chaeology of Christian Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    Christian teachers are the foundation of Christian higher education and their lives should model responsible, redemptive, and relevant behaviors in how they relate to both students and academic material. Training students to think critically and reflectively,...

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    Ingredients for a Successful School Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Lee Richards notes that successful schools do not happen by accident, and discusses fourteen ingredients for the successful school

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    Is Summer Over Yet? Getting Students Excited about Learning - and School Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation provides meaningful and relevant learning experiences for students across the disciplines. Inspire students to own their academic journey with an attitude of empowerment.

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    It Only Takes a Spark Kindergarten-Grade 12
    What has happened to make children's attitudes toward school change so drastically? Manuela Terencio shares early learning experiences that shaped her own attitudes toward school, and how those experiences differ from what children encounter today. She encourages...

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    JAE Editorial: Global Trends in Adventist Education Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Humberto Rasi discusses several trends in Adventist education such as academic quality, parental involvement, teacher accountability, enrollment, spirituality and biblical values, service orientation, missionary service, strategic planning, innovation, and...

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    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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    Making Special Education a Reality Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Mallery writes about the need for special education programs within Adventist schools. She shares the development and implementation process of the Basic Education Support Team (BEST) program at La Sierra SDA Elementary School in Riverside, California. Mallery...

  • Maryland School Readiness and Early Childhood Education Preschool-Kindergarten
    The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) early childhood education website. Listed are a number of early childhood initiatives which promote best practices in early pedagogy and support the school reform efforts in Maryland.

  • Massachusetts Early Learning Services Preschool-Kindergarten
    Massachusetts Department of Education early learning services website. Features include links to Current Grant Programs; Standards, Policies and Technical Assistance; Fiscal and Programmatic Accountability; Research, Data and Evaluation; Resources/Technical...

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    Mediocre, Pretty Good or Excellent? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Seventh-day Adventist educators demand a standard of excellence in moral conduct as well as excellence in their students' physical, social, mental and spiritual areas of life.

  • Michigan Early Childhood and Parenting Programs Preschool-Kindergarten
    Michigan Department of Education early childhood education website. Links to grants, forums, and resources materials are available.

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    Mindset, Perseverance, and Learning Kindergarten-Grade 8 New!!
    In addition to finding a positive correlation between self-control and grit, this study “found that growth mindset, self-control and grit can all play a part in helping students to achieve academically in primary schools.”

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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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    Mission Realized - Observations on Creating a Unique Academic Program Grade 9-Tertiary
    Learn how the International Rescue and Relief Program operates at Union College and how to start such an academic program on your campus.

  • Mississippi Office of Early Childhood Preschool-Kindergarten
    Mississippi Department of Education early childhood website.

  • Montana Early Childhood Project Preschool-Kindergarten
    Montana Department of Education early childhood education project website.

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    Motivation Through Failure Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Using scriptural examples and vignettes from his personal experience, Lee Richards shares how teachers can use failure as a motivator in a positive way that uplifts the student, rather than tears down.

  • New Jersey Early Childhood Education Preschool-Kindergarten
    New Jersey Department of Education early childhood education website with links to early childhood aid, initiatives, best practice guidelines, P-3 certification, and much more.

  • No Child Left Behind Preschool-Grade 12
    The homepage for No Child Left Behind, an education reform designed to improve student achievement and change the culture of American schools. The new law represents an overhaul of federal efforts to support elementary and secondary education in the...

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    Nutrition and academic achievement - Are they related? Grade 9-Tertiary
    The food we eat provides energy needed for all the body systems to function at optimum levels. Every organ and function of the body requires adequate nutrition and energy. Body cells, including those that are part of the brain, need nutrients and energy for...

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    Partnerships - Connecting Parent Involvement and Student Achievement Kindergarten-Grade 12
    According to Norman Powell, "If Adventist schools are to continue to offer students superior education, they must actively recruit parents to participate in every aspect of school life." Student achievement is more dependent on parental participation...

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    Personality Types, Preferred Learning Modalities, and College Majors of Students in Luzon Tertiary
    "This study investigated the relationship of personality types, perceptual learning styles, and the choice of academic major of college students. The subjects were 500 students from six selected academic majors in SDA tertiary schools in North Philippines....

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    Personality types, preferred learning styles, and choice of major of college students in Luzon Tertiary
    This study investigated the relationship of personality types, preferred learning styles, and choice of academic major of college students. The subjects were 500 students from six selected academic majors in SDA tertiary schools in Luzon. Respondents answered...

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    Physical Activity and Academic Achievement Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation includes research regarding physical activity and academic achievement. Discussion includes the impact of physical activity on student attention and behavior. Information on practical ways that teachers can incorporate...

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    Potentials Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Faith development resources to help administrators and teachers assess their endeavors to nurture the faith of their students. These concise documents provide practical, step by step methods to establish, support and deepen specific areas of faith maturity....

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    Racial identity and academic achievement in African Americans Tertiary
    The purpose of this study was to test a resiliency model of academic achievement among African American college students. Using Brofenbrenner's (1986) ecological model as a theoretical framework, it was expected that microsystem environmental factors (parental...

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    Reflections on Perseverance Kindergarten-Grade 12
    When students feel good about what they are learning through experiencing success, the strength and quality of the learning is enhanced. Carolyn Doss shares insights on perseverance and success.

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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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    Scholastic Olympics Make Learning Fun Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Dorothy Eaton Watts describes how to organize Scholastic Olympics in the classroom. Events discussed include: Worships, Bible Broad Jump, Handwriting High Jump, Story Telling, Listening Lightweight Championship, Math Marathon, Math Meter Run, Crossword Steeplechase,...

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    Secondary Recruiting in Seventh-day Adventist Elementary Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Turner's notes from his presentation on effective recruiting strategies for Seventh-day Adventist elementary schools.

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    Sense of Immortality Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Youth often have a strong sense of immortality as they anticipate and plan for the future. Ken Corkum shares how educators can help students realize their mortality, and still have the assurance of immortality in Jesus.

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    Small Schools - How Effective Are the Academics? Kindergarten-Grade 10
    Results of the CognitiveGenesis project show that developmental standard score growth per year is higher in smaller schools. A graph shows specific findings. Other educational research confirms the CognitiveGenesis analysis that multigrade classes, small classes,...

  • South Dakota Early Childhood Education Preschool-Kindergarten
    South Dakota Division of Education's Early Childhood Services website with link to educational services and support, current news and events, Head Start and Even Start resources, and resources for parents.

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    Strategies for Making Any Classroom Extraordinary Kindergarten-Grade 12
    While all children may not be gifted, in the strict sense of the word, gifted education may be good for all children. Taylor shares ten hallmarks of successful gifted education programs that can make any school extraordinary. Topics include: Curriculum Compacting;...

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    Student Achievement Resource List Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This list links to resources and studies about raising student success and achievement.

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    Student Success: How to Help Your Child - A Primer for Parents Kindergarten-Grade 12
    What can parents do to help their children succeed? Ed Christian provides a practical discussion of how teachers and parents can work together to help students be successful. Special emphasis is given to the role of the parents, however. Christian suggests...

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    Supervision and Evaluation of Instructional Personnel - A Guide for Principals and Supervisors, 3rd Edition Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This document examines the role and function of both principals and conference supervisors. Included is discussion on strategies for supervision of teachers in small schools, the role of the teaching principal/teacher, and how to facilitate teacher empowerment....

  • Ten Steps to the Head of The Class - A Challenge to Students Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "Students at the head of their class have more choices! Young people in school have choices: reach for the top or settle for mediocrity. Dr. Betances, America's foremost communicator on casting away barriers to success, challenges readers to confront...

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    The Christ-Centered, Character-Driven School Kindergarten-Grade 12
    By default, much of the responsibility for teaching values, morals, and ethics has been passed on to schools. Schools, therefore, must become more intentional in teaching and nurturing moral development. This article addresses how schools, along with home...

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    The Effects of Health and Wellness on Academic Achievement and Cognitive Ability in Students Attending Seventh-day Adventist Schools Grade 3-Grade 8
    "Healthful living has been a cornerstone of Seventh-day Adventist belief and practice almost from the very beginning of the church's history. The problem was that no one had studied the role healthful practices play in Seventh-day Adventist education...

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    The effects of maternal parenting style and religious commitment on self-regulation, academic achievement, and risk behavior among African-American parochial college students Tertiary
    This study explored relations between religiosity, both parent and student, and maternal parenting style and student academic self-regulation, academic achievement, and risk behavior among African-American youth attending a parochial college. Eighty-five students...

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    The Excellence in Education Movement - An Adventist Response Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Provides a brief summary of educational reforms promoted by the National Commission on Excellence in Education during the 1980s, and shares an Adventist perspective on achieving excellence in education. Reforms discussed include: The Paideia Proposal; Making...

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    The Formation and Enactment of Teacher Expectations of Student Achievement in Private Schooling Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "This study examined how teachers form expectations of the students they teach and how their self-reported behaviours in the classroom reflect these expectations. This qualitative study, theoretically informed by phenomenological hermeneutic inquiry,...

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    The Impact of Spirituality on Academic Performance Tertiary
    "Many studies have suggested that spirituality has a positive effect on academic performance. This small study reviews literature on performance and spirituality, and compares students’ attributions of the causes of their academic success or failure...

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    The Library: A Window of Opportunity Kindergarten-Lifelong
    How does the school library contribute to the mission of the school and open windows to a world of ideas, culture, dreams, and faith? Annette Melgosa shows how the library supports the philosophy of Adventist education.

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    The Meeting Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Don Sands considers a quotation from the philosopher Martin Buber who wrote 'All real living is meeting'. He encourages teachers to take time to 'meet', connect, interact, and share with their students on a daily basis.

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    The Relationship Between Parent Status and the Home Learning Environment Self-esteem and Academic Achievement of Fifth to Eighth Grade Students from Ohio Conference Seventh-day Adventist Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Problem: The social issues at the end of the 20P century have not left the Seventh-day Adventist church untouched. This present study sought to determine the differences that may exist between one- and two-parent students in the area of home learning...

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    The relationship between students' perceptions of the teaching and learning process and academic performance in science of seventh and eighth graders enrolled in Seventh-day Adventist schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This study investigated student perceptions of 7th and 8th grade Adventist science education programs and their relationship to achievement in science as defined by performance on the Iowa Test of Basic Skills. Findings revealed that students held generally...

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    The relationship of faith maturity and religious attitude to academic performance and satisfaction with life Tertiary
    This study investigated the relationship of faith maturity and religious attitude to academic performance and satisfaction with life among senior college students of Adventist tertiary schools in the Philippines. The subjects were 500 senior students from...

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    The Samaritan Educator Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Epperson shares a parable of teaching drawn from the story of the Good Samaritan. The injured traveler is seen as a young person who has lost his way spiritually. The two who pass him by are seen as educators who have admirable goals but who don't seize the...

  • Three Simple Steps to Improving Student Achievement Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from AASA - The School Superintendents Association gives three steps teachers can take to drastically affect student achievement.

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    TIme for Bed 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article explains why proper sleep is so important for children and adults.

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    Tips - Seven Recommendations You Can Give Every Parent Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article provides seven simple but vital suggestions teachers can make to help parents enhance the possibilities of their child's success in school.

  • Universal Preschool Is No Golden Ticket: Why Government Should Not Enter the Preschool Business Preschool-Kindergarten
    Darcy Ann Olsen presents an argument of why government should not enter into the preschool business. Georgia and New York have both implemented universal preschool programs, and many states have followed a similar plan. These programs are voluntary so far,...

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    Values and Choices Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Our values establish how we relate with our family, the time we give to work, our choice of clothes, the shoes we wear, the food we eat, and much more. Mike Lekic shares insights on how values and choices shape our lives, and examines the role of Adventist...

  • Vermont Early Education Preschool-Kindergarten
    Vermont Early Education website.

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    VG1 Measuring Quality in Adventist Schools - A Review of Valuegenesis Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This is a report of the Valuegenesis study of Adventist school students in Grades 6-12 which focused on school quality. In addition to an interpretation and overview of the results, the authors present good news, mixed news, and bad news, from positive perceptions...

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    What Adventist Colleges are Looking for in Academy Graduates Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article shared the top 10 traits identified by faculty polled at Pacific Union College, Southern Adventist University, and La Sierra University, in 2006. Essential traits for college success were listed as: proficiency in the fundamental tools of reading,...

  • Wisconsin Early Childhood Education Preschool-Kindergarten
    Wisconsin Department of Education early childhood education website with links to belief statements, goals, early childhood programs, guiding practices, kindergarten, children with disabilities, collaborating partners, funding streams, Head Start, professional...

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    You Can Do It! Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Anthony Reeves shares his experiences from a two day 'You Can Do It!' workshop geared toward encouraging students to examine and improve their attitudes toward school.