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  • Adventist Resource
    Adventist Education in North America - An Introduction Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Learn about the philosophy and core curriculum goals of Adventist education in North America. Information for parents and prospective students, including FAQs and statistics. Access resources in the teacher...

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    Educating for Eternity - A Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Education Preschool-Lifelong
    "In this landmark work, Knight returns to one of his life-long favorite subjects—Adventist educational philosophy. Writing both for the educated layperson and the professional educator, he begins by laying the groundwork of basic philosophic understandings...

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    GC Publications for Adventist Colleges and Universities Tertiary-Lifelong
    Online documents published by the General Conference Office of Education for higher education institutions include: * Quality Management in Higher Education * Strategic Planning in Higher Education * Is Adventist Education Worth It? ...

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    Institute of Christian Teaching Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Find more than 200 sample monographs from the Christ in the Classroom series, presented at annual conferences on Adventist university campuses around the world. These papers, focusing on the integration of faith and learning, were prepared by Christian scholars...

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    Integration of Faith and Learning - A Working Definition Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Rasi defines the term 'integration of faith and learning', and suggests a model of what teachers and educational administrators interested in the faith/learning integration approach might be like. Available in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.

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    Inter American Division Education webpage Preschool-Lifelong
    The Inter American Division's (IAD) education webpage includes a listing of IAD schools and colleges, code of ethics, manuals and other resources. Also available in French and Spanish.

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    Inter-European Division Education Webpage Preschool-Lifelong
    The Inter-European (formerly Euro-Africa) Division's (EUD) education webpage includes EUD education statistics, institutions, mission statement, philosophy, directories, and other Adventist education resources.

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    Northern Asia-Pacific Division Education webpage Preschool-Lifelong
    The Northern Asia-Pacific Division's (NSD) education pages include NSD education aims and mission statement, objectives, accreditation documents, directories, publications, and the role of schools.

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    Philosophy of Adventist Education - GC Working Policy 1998 Preschool-Lifelong
    This 30 page former GC Working Policy statement provides an excellent overview for new teachers, parents, and administrators. It includes general statements of educational philosophy and of Adventist educational philosophy; basic assumptions; the student;...

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    Philosophy of Adventist Education - GC Working Policy 2003 Preschool-Lifelong
    The Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Education statement serves as a guideline for Adventist educational institutions world-wide. This includes sections entitled: Premises; Rationale; Aims and Mission; Agencies of Education (home, local and world church,...

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    The Special Character of Adventist Education Video Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Watch this video to learn what makes Kempsey Adventist School in Australia a Christ-centered educational ministry. Help parents and teachers understand the special character of Seventh-day Adventist education through this demonstration of best practices in...

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    IAD School Board Manual for Secondary Schools Grade 9-Grade 12
    This School Board Manual for Secondary Schools covers school constituencies, school operating boards, general school policies and practices, personnel, finance, and curriculum. FAQ, school board members' qualifications, code of ethics, and philosophy of education...

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    TEACH Journal Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "TEACH is a journal of Christian education that publishes articles on teaching & professional practice, educational administration, and research & scholarship. It also contains the reflections, impressions and experiences of Christian educators."...

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    A Biblical Approach to Geology Grade 10-Lifelong
    Kennedy approaches the dialogue between scientific conclusions and Seventh-day Adventist educational perspectives with the assumption that the Bible is the final authority, the foundation of all truth. This paper was presented at the 26th Institute of Christian...

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    A Biblical Foundation for Integrating Faith and Learning Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article explores the Biblical basis on which Adventists ground their support for the integration of faith and education. Scripture presents the formation of the Christian mind, the comprehensiveness of life and learning, and the interconnectedness of...

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    A Biblical Foundation for the Integration of Faith and Learning Tertiary-Lifelong
    Taylor examines a foundation for the integration of faith and learning found in the Bible and thereby provides a defensible rationale for the integration of faith and learning in Christian education. This paper was presented at the 27th Institute of Christian...

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    A Biblical Perspective on the Philosophy of Science Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Modern science began in Christian Europe, and many great scientists in past centuries viewed their scientific work as thinking God’s thoughts after Him. This attitude toward science and religion went into a serious decline, until it seemed that...

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    A Commentary on Purpose, Principle, and Change in Adventist Education, Part II Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this second of a two-part series, the author focuses on the underlying principles of Adventist education and how change relates to them. The first article, Has the Leopard Changed...

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    A factor analysis of CognitiveGenesis that identifies the characteristics of the components of Adventist holistic education Grade 3-Grade 11
    The Seventh-day Adventist educational system, as a Christian private school organization, has advocated the theory of the holistic development of the physical, mental, spiritual, and social factors since its beginning in 1872. Using the CognitiveGenesis research...

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    A Guidebook for Creating and Implementing a Spiritual Master Plan on Seventh-day Adventist Campuses of Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    This document can be considered "a workbook for giving aid to a college or university as it seeks to be intentional in fulfilling the Gospel Commission on its campus." This paper was presented at the 23rd Institute of Christian Teaching.

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    A Proposal for Adventist Christian Education - from Rhetoric to Reality Tertiary-Lifelong
    Coupland unpacks the fundamental ideas behind the statement "True education is the harmonious development of the physical, mental and spiritual powers." Coupland points out the areas where the statement hasn't been fulfilled in Adventist education....

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    A Time of Change and Challenge Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The 1985-1990 Education Report from the South Pacific Division (SPD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. Various societal changes were already underway when the quinquennium began and were taken into account in the establishment of goals...

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    About Seventh-day Adventist Education Preschool-Lifelong
    This page provides an overview, and links to the best sources of further information to answer the questions, "What is Adventist education?"

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    Adolf Hitler and Ellen White 'Agree' on the Purposes of Education Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Adolf Hitler had a great deal to say about the role of human nature in education, a topic that stands at the absolute center of a Christian approach to education. Knight's thought provoking article looks at the obvious parallels, the crucial role of philosophy,...

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    Adventist Core Curriculum Kindergarten-Grade 12
    An overview of the Adventist core curriculum. "The Adventist curriculum development process, defined by the Adventist worldview, includes four overlapping stages with accompanying essential questions: PURPOSE — what is the Adventist worldview? PLAN...

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    Adventist Education - Is the Cup Half Full or Half Empty? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Has the Adventist church articulated a clear philosophy of education to guide practice in schools and colleges throughout the world? What is the purpose of Adventist education? How is it different or unique? Is Adventist education philosophy being put into...

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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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    Adventist Education and the Apocalyptic Vision - Part II Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article is Part II of the keynote address presented at the North American Division's Teachers' Convention in Nashville, Tennessee, on August 6, 2006. In Part I, we...

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    Adventist Education Sermon - Moving Hearts and Minds Upward Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Drawing on the theme from the NAD 2012 Teacher Convention, Adventist educator Phil Kahler shares a sermon powerpoint.

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    Adventist Philosophy Applied to Campus Life Tertiary-Lifelong
    The University of Montemorelos is living a curriculum transformation experience. This project with its holistic education has the purpose of bringing the curriculum closer to the Adventist philosophy that the institution upholds. The presentation outlines...

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    Adventist Schools - Communities of Faith Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Adventist schools are viewed as communities of faith in which every aspect contributes to the ultimate goal of Christian education – comprehensive restoration. This thoroughly biblical, Christ-centered model offers an integrated framework for Christian...

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    Aims of education in the writings of Ellen White Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Problem: Ellen White's educational philosophy and its application to the aims of education have not been systematically or thoroughly addressed within the parameters and demands of a graduate thesis. The present dissertation explores the aims of education,...

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    ALL Thy Children Shall Be Taught of the Lord Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this feature article in the 1995 General Conference issue of JAE, George Akers reaffirms the Seventh-day Adventist commitment to educating all children. Our children deserve to be in an environment in which they have redemptive discipline, spiritual modeling,...

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    An Adventist Approach to Cognitive Science Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Cognitive science, the study of the mind, brain, and thinking, is the basis for evidence-based teaching practices. However, popularization of cognitive science can sometimes introduce ideas that hamper student learning and undermine Adventist educational philosophy....

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    An Adventist Learning Theory? A Case for a Christocentric Epistemology Based upon Imago Dei Tertiary-Lifelong
    An Adventist Learning Theory? Read Paul Brantley's presentation at the April 2001 International Conference on the Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Education.

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    Andrews Academy: An Exemplary Private School Grade 9-Grade 12
    Andrews Academy was selected by the Council for American Private Education (C.A.P.E.) as one of 65 exemplary private schools in America in June 1985. Former U.S. Secretary of Education Terrell Bell developed the project in response to the "Nation at Risk"...

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    Behold, the Stone! John Byington and the Beginnings of Adventist Education Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A biography of John Byington, the founder of the first Adventist school in America in 1853 and the first president of the General Conference. Martha Byington-Amadon, the first teacher, started what now constitutes the largest parochial school system in the...

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    Being Transformed - Why Adventist Education Exists Tertiary-Lifelong
    Ted Wilson gives an overview of the purpose, mission and unique qualities of Adventist Education.

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    Biblical Worldview Integration Guide Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Purchase this practical reference tool for teachers seeking assistance in helping students to recognize the connections between specific academics and the bigger picture of a biblical worldview. This task is the very heart of Christian education. Biblical...

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    Brain Research - Does It Support Ellen G. White's Counsels to Educators? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This feature article identifies the connection between Ellen White's counsels on education and the findings of current brain researchers. Caviness examines 15 recurrent themes in brain research and 12 in Ellen White's counsels; she arrives at insightful conclusions...

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    Breathing, Bag Boys and Bottom-Line Essentials Preschool-Tertiary
    This TEACH Journal article seeks to help define the unique essence of Adventist Education. "Some say that the special character of Adventist education is 'the lifestyle and practices of the Seventh-day Adventist Church as expressed in your school'....

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    Bringing Children to Christ in the Classroom Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article explores five principles for bringing students to Christ in the classroom: the classroom is part of the church community, the teacher has a powerful influence on the students, the influence of the classroom/school climate, offering solid information...

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    Building Resilient Christians - A Goal of Adventist Education Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "Our schools need to focus on building Christians who are able to deal with difficult situations without losing their faith. We need to find out how to better educate our students so that they will become good Christians and useful citizens, and remain...

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    Can Education Be Adventist And Excellent, Too? Grade 1-Lifelong
    This article argues for excellence in Adventist schools, referring to the Bible, Ellen White's writings, early Adventist history, and current research on quality schooling. It outlines a Continuous Cycle-Of-Excellence Model including purposes/reasons, plans/resources,...

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    CHAMPS Model of Adventist Education Preschool-Lifelong
    George Akers presents the themes in Ellen White's writings regarding true education and the ministry of teaching in this one page model. This paradigm demonstrates that conscious character, critical thinkers, cultured people, cooperation, creation, balanced...

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    Christian Education Bible Study Video with Study Guide Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Dr. Brown explores what the Bible teaches about education for the Christian through life. The Bible study is available in video format, including two introductions - one for the church member, and another for the general public or new believers. Bible study...

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    Christian Education in the Urban Setting - Facing Realities and Overcoming Challenges Kindergarten-Grade 8
    The author provides a philosophical framework to face the challenges or urban education head-on and present the life-transforming gospel message through effective, God-centered education.

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    Church Leaders Select Priorities for Education - A Survey of Delegates at the GC Session in Utrecht Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article shares findings from a larger survey given to Seventh-day Adventist General Conference delegates, regarding priorities both for emphasis and for financial support within the Adventist church. Implications for the Adventist educational system are...

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    Currency - Are We Truthful or Do We Speak Another Language? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    To convey our message of Jesus, the author writes that "as educators in a 21st century world with an end-time message, teaching to multi-tasking spider-web-brained children, we better learn their language or rather, their currency." This should...

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    Darkest Before Dawn: Why Adventist Schools Decline Preschool-Grade 12
    Anderson proposes that common reasons cited for the decline of Adventist school enrollment in North America are secondary to six root causes: 1. a lack of passion for the unique mission and message of the Adventist church 2. a misunderstanding of...

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    David Asscherick on Education Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Assherick speaks on education at the Michigan Conference Teacher Commissioning service, inspiring teachers to the unique purpose of education from a Christian perspective. An excellent overview for parents or educators wondering about the purposes of true...

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    Early Adventist Education in Australia - A Report of Recent Research Tertiary
    Referencing Hook and Lindsay's in-depth studies of the development of the Adventist school system in Australia, Knight notes the importance of Ellen White's participation in this phase of history, following her earlier days in Battle Creek. "Neither Adventist...

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    ECD Self-Study Instrument for Secondary Schools Grade 9-Grade 12
    This ECD Self-Study Instrument guides the board and school personnel through a program leading to Total Quality Improvement (TQI). It focuses on 10 performance areas: general information, mission, philosophy, and objectives; spiritual emphasis; leadership...

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    Educating for Citizenship - Social Studies in Contemporary Education Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Land provides an overview of the purpose of and methods for biblically integrated social studies in North American Adventist K-12 curriculum. Emphasizing citizenship education, he concludes, "social studies aims to help children and young people understand...

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    Education - Our Fathers 'To Do List' for Adventist Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A short list of what God tells us to include in Seventh-day Adventist schools, gleaned from chapters 1, 3, 4 of Ellen White's book, Education.

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    Education Sabbath - It takes a whole village to raise a child Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This Education Sabbath program includes a childrens' story, an interactive reading, and a sermon.

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    Eine Grundsatzerklarung zur Erziehungsphilosophie Preschool-Lifelong
    The Philosophy of Seventh-day Adventist Education statement serves as a guideline for Adventist educational institutions world-wide. This includes sections entitled: Premises; Rationale; Aims and Mission; Agencies of Education (home, local and world church,...

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    Extracurricular Activities - Not Just Frills Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Extracurricular activities serve a necessary function for the Adventist church and educational system. Colleges need to offer co-curricular opportunities as today's students are tomorrow's future leaders of church and society. Students learn important life-skills...

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    Faith, Reason, and the Educated Christian Tertiary-Lifelong
    "What's the proper relationship between faith and reason in the life of a believer? And how has the issue been faced by Christian intellectuals in the past? This article will provide a brief historical survey of the options, review key biblical passages...

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    Finding the Harmony Between Faith and Science in College Classes Tertiary
    This article from the JAE special science issue deals with integrating science and religion in a Christian college. This is not only intellectually stimulating but spiritually satisfying. Knowledge gained must relate to life, especially in the biological and...

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    For Rich Dividends - Invest in Adventist Education Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article from the JAE special 1985 General Conference issue posits that investing in Christian education will pay great dividends. Christian education should not become overly interested in or concerned about fads in the secular educational world. The...

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    Goals of the Undergraduate Experience: A Christian Perspective Tertiary
    Christian educators must reexamine the goals of the undergraduate experience to accomplish the harmonious development of the physical, mental, and spiritual powers. To help students achieve this, educators must show them how to process information, demonstrate...

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    Gods Way of Education Kindergarten-Tertiary
    "Adventist Education is a part of a long educational history in which different entities have received direct instruction from God on how we are to educate our young."

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    Going Home - Or Why I am a Seventh-day Adventist Teacher Tertiary-Lifelong
    Warren Ashworth writes about the privilege and responsibility each Seventh-day Adventist faculty has in allowing their unique worldview to shape and inform every aspect of their teaching lives. He states that every decision, from textbook choices to teaching...

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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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    Holistic Student Development in a University Residence Hall - Adventist Philosophy and Goals Tertiary-Lifelong
    Stammler outlines an extensive thought process that needs to be gone through in order to arrive at a meaningful and helpful educational encounter with students in a university residence hall. The kind of facilities, the availability of resources, the qualifications...

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    How Religious Should We Be? And How Should We Be Religious? Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article explores how religious Adventist higher education should be, noting several models in Christian tertiary education today. The author suggests the ideal role neither seeks to indoctrinate students nor make religion an object of mere scholarly interest,...

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    If Walls Could Talk Kindergarten-Grade 12
    In this short article, Dawna Beausoleil shares why she supports Christian education. She states that the true purpose of an Adventist Christian education is to prepare students for eternity. The educator's role is to point students to Christ who desires to...

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    INFO Editorial: Forum Tertiary
    In this editorial, Julian Melgosa introduces the reader to this issue of InFo, which features presentations from the AIIAS School of Graduate Studies forum on Quality in Higher Education. The intention of this issue is to present InFo readers with an account...

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    Inform, Conform, or Transform? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The author challenges us to ask this question about Adventist education, particularly the K-12 Bible curriculum.

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    Inspiring Adventist Education Posters Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Select a poster highlighting key principles from Ellen White's book, Education. Created for Michigan Conference teachers, FREE download, ready to print 22x28in

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    Integrating Faith and Learning in Distance Education in the Ghanaian Context Grade 1-Grade 9
    "This paper synthesizes the philosophy of Adventist education, defines distance education, and recommends ways to integrate faith and learning among distance education students to provide an opportunity for them to accept Jesus as their personal Savior...

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    Interview with Shane Anderson on How to Kill Adventist Education Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Watch this two part (15 minute) video interview of author Shane Anderson discussing his book titled, How to Kill Adventist Education (and How to Give it a Fighting Chance!).

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    Is There a Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Sport? Grade 9-Tertiary
    While certainly not the norm when the church’s schools were first established, sports have become commonplace today. Questions we should be asking: What should Seventh-day Adventist Christian sport be like? What should motivate our programs? How should...

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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: Excellence, a Hallmark of Christian Education Kindergarten-Lifelong
    What are the hallmarks of Christian education? The author examines the unique aspects of Adventist Christian education that empower students, change their lives, and also change the world. Articles included in this issue: Benchmarks:...

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    JAE Editorial: Margaret and the Graduate--Story of an Encounter Grade 9-Lifelong
    This editorial shares a story about the importance of individual Christian influence in the lives of students in Adventist schools. Dedicated to Higher Education, this special issue of JAE contains the following articles: Encouraging...

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    JAE Editorial: Parochial and Proud of It! Kindergarten-Lifelong
    What does "parochial" mean? It means excellence, focus, community, and commitment. In this editorial, Karen Graham presents her stance on the potential of both private and public education. Articles include: Can...

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    JAE Editorial: Reach Out and Touch Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This editorial contemplates the impact of two women, Mother Theresa and Princess Dianna, whose lives have set a precedent for service. The editorial notes that just as Jesus lived a life that demonstrated kindness, forgiveness, acceptance, service, and love,...

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    JAE Editorial: A Heart for Mission in a World of Learning Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The author summarizes the goals set for Adventist education at the General Conference Session 2010 and highlights the progress made toward those goals. This issue is a special General Conference Edition. Articles in this edition include the following...

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    JAE Editorial: Educating for Prophetic Social Activism 0-2 years-Lifelong
    The guest editor introduces the topic of social justice and the focus of each article in this issue. Articles in this issue include: A Brief Reflection on Adventism and Social Causes

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    JAE Editorial: Education for a Sure Future - Eternity Tertiary-Lifelong
    Citing a report on USA higher education, Simmons raises questions about the denomination's higher education system, and suggests reassessment and dramatic change are needed in order to: 1. provide greater access to Adventist higher education 2. be...

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    JAE Editorial: Global Vision for a Global Mission Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This editorial identifies current challenges to Adventist education. Griffiths states that impending changes in society will lead to a necessary re-evaluation of Adventist mission, methods, and goals of education. This is the final editorial by Victor S Griffiths,...

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    JAE Editorial: In Focus Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In the light of disorientation or the condition being experienced by both Adventist and Christian denominations, leadership seems paralyzed to act decisively. Based on the Bible and the principles of Ellen G. White, the Journal of Adventist Education continues...

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    JAE Editorial: Restoring the Balance Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This editorial introduces a special edition focusing on physical education, a vital component of a wholistic education. In this special issue "you will find articles that address a broad array of topics, ranging from the importance of physical activity...

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    JAE Editorial: Strength Through Unity Tertiary-Lifelong
    Trust and unity within each and among institutions, a shared task based on respect for each other and Christ reflected in the lives of each teacher and administrator should inspire students to enter the field of education. Articles in this issue include:

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    JAE Editorial: The Deeper Magic Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Jim Roy compares William Glasser's Choice Theory to Scripture and Ellen White's writings concerning the principles and resulting practices of Adventist education. Articles in this themed issue include: The...

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    JAE Editorial: The Heart of the Institution Kindergarten-Lifelong
    What does it mean for the library to be the heart of an institution? This JAE special issue on school libraries attempts to help educators and administrators gain new insights about the value of a vibrant library. Articles in this issue include:

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    JAE Editorial: The Way to Plan Tertiary-Lifelong
    Dulan promotes Adventist education as the best way to prepare children for eternity in this General Conference 2005 edition of the Journal of Adventist Education. Using the analogy of workers carefully preparing a baseball field for a game, he notes the important...

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    JAE Editorial: What Makes a School Adventist? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In the special 2000 General Conference Session souvenir issue of JAE, Humberto Rasi shares how a knowledge of God, an understanding of the Bible, and opportunities for students to develop an active relationship with Jesus Christ, are the essential characteristics...

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    JAE Editorial: What Should an Educated Person Know? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    What makes for an educated person? Reviewing recent Harvard curriculum changes oriented toward active learning and real-life applications, and the foundations of Adventist education, editor Rumble, reminds readers of the focus on whole-person preparation for...

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    JAE Editorial: Why Support Christian Education? A Personal Testimony Grade 1-Lifelong
    Fowler shares a personal story illustrating why he believes Christian education is important. Adventist education made him aware of the big picture of God's world, the meaning and destiny of life, and a biblical worldview. This edition includes...

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    JAE Editorial: Will Adventist Education Still Pay? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Adventists need to clarify their distinctiveness in order to sell the idea that Adventist education in its difference pays, rather than costs. Christian education needs to remain true to its nature if it is to retain its effectiveness, its power to attract...

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    Journey to Excellence Overview Text - J2E Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The Journey to Excellence initiative provided a framework guiding Adventist education in North America into the 21st century. The outcomes are worth considering still in strategic planning. A pdf version is also available.

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    Keeping our Focus on Christ Kindergarten-Lifelong
    With regards to our schools' goals, are "we asking the important question: Will the kids coming through our doors come to know Jesus more because of us? Ten million years from now on the earth made new, we won’t be recounting all the bling-blings...

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    La Educacion Cristiana ante la destruccion del hombre y del tiempo en la educacion contemporanea Kindergarten-Lifelong
    El presente trabajo tiene por objetivo despejar un espectro de reflexiones que quedarán abiertos para posteriores elaboraciones.

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    Leading From a Sanctified Heart Grade 1-Lifelong
    McKenzie focuses on the importance of the spiritual life for the school principal. He states that without leading from a sanctified heart, a principal’s work will not create desirable results. McKenzie supports his theories utilizing examples from the...

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    Leading from the Heart Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The world values money, power, and status; God values humility, compassion, and transparency. Many leaders’ behavior demonstrates that their values are the world’s. Leading from the heart, as explained in this 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation,...

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    Let Children Enjoy Their Childhood Preschool-Grade 1
    A one page essay on the benefits of starting school later rather than earlier.

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    Moats & Bridges - Mission-Driven Marketing for Adventist Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Marketing is much more about experience than about product, more about relationships than about truth. The greatest challenge to Seventh-day Adventist education is our uncertainty about mission. Dick Duerksen suggests that leaders must make 'mission' choices...

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    Model Student Handbook Policies - Pacific Union Conference Preschool-Grade 12
    Reference this document when developing a school handbook for an Adventist school. Sections to include in North America Division schools are included. Some sections can be used verbatim and other sections refer to information from the Pacific...

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    Music in Seventh-day Adventist Higher Education - A Rationale Tertiary-Lifelong
    Stearman examines the rational for including music, especially as a field of major emphasis, in the curriculum of Seventh-day Adventist colleges and universities. "This paper is a call to ... reevaluate our position on this important curricular area in...

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    Musical Philosophy 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This webpage provides a theoretical background and guidelines that form the Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Music.

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    No Apologies Offered Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Chant compares Adventist education to the Great Controversy and believes that we have no apologies to make for our educational system.

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    Ode to Adventist Education Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Investing in Adventist education is a decision the Brooks family has never regretted. In their words, "Adventist education does not cost a lot—it pays a lot!"

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    Pedagogical Application of the Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Education Kindergarten-Lifelong
    James Tucker shares insights on the pedagogical application of a Seventh-day Adventist philosophy of education. Tucker notes that 'The planet is ripe for a demonstration of excellence. If we will just do it, everyone will be talking about it, and the philosophy...

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    Philosophy - The Most Useful of All Subjects Tertiary-Lifelong
    Knight illustrates why "a sound educational philosophy is the most useful and practical item in a teacher's repertoire." This paper was presented at the 8th Institute of Christian Teaching.

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    Philosophy and Christian Education: A Road to Despair or a Highway to Understanding? Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article discusses three myths Christians have developed about philosophy. It outlines the three basic questions of philosophy - what is real? what is true? what is good? And suggests three basic faith affirmations that are "wholistic in nature, universal...

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    Postmodern Religious Educational Philosophy - An Oxymoron? Tertiary
    Is a religious educational philosophy relevant or even viable in the postmodern world? Or is a postmodern religious educational philosophy an oxymoron? An incongruous contradiction of terms? These are the fundamental questions discussed in a paper presented...

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    Postmodern Religious Educational Philosophy an Oxymoron? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Taylor looks to answer the following questions: "Is a religious educational philosophy relevant or even viable in the postmodern world? Or is a postmodern religious educational philosophy an oxymoron? An incongruous contradiction of terms?" This...

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    Postmodern Thought and Adventist Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    Oliver asks the question: What is postmodernism and what role does it play in Adventist education? This paper was presented at the 24th Institute of Christian Teaching.

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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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    Profile 2001 - Results From the Eighth Biennial Survey of Adventist Educators Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article shares what has been learned from prior Profile surveys and explains the process and findings of the 2001 survey. The following components of the Adventist educational system in North America were examined: purpose and reasons, plans and resources,...

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    Project Affirmation - Building Consensus, Planning for Success Grade 7-Lifelong
    This article details the beginnings, goals, groups, activities and recommendations of Project Affirmation. It includes the process that was followed and explains the Risk and Promise reports and various initiatives and resources that resulted.

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    Re-Visioning General Education - The La Sierra Experience Tertiary-Lifelong
    The authors share the process and product of La Sierra's revised general education curriculum. They also outline the background, time-line for this university curriculum implementation, the community service component, and some observations made along the...

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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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    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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    Redemptive Education Part I: A Philosophic Foundation Preschool-Lifelong
    This article describes the importance and basic shape of philosophy, examines the foundational philosophic categories from a biblical perspective, and indicates the importance of the biblical worldview in shaping an Adventist approach to education. Parts II...

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    Redemptive Education Part III: Implications of Philosophy of Adventist Education (continued) Preschool-Lifelong
    Consider the philosophic implications for the curriculum along with its impact on teaching methodologies and the social function of the Adventist school. Parts I and II complete the series: Part...

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    Reorganization, Economic Pressures, and Adventist Distinctives Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The 2000-2005 Education Report from the South Pacific Division (SPD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. The report discusses the following challenging issues and developments: political changes, economic pressures in the Pacific, Adventist...

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    Revisioning Adventist Education Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Education superintendent of Mid-America Union Conference asks the question, if 70% of SDA children are not in SDA schools, how can we begin to revision Adventist Education to have a broader focus?

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    Schools of the Bible - Contours of the Divine Plan for Education Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Taylor examines each of the ten schools described directly in the Bible, looking at the educational purpose, setting, teacher and student characteristics, curriculum, methods, learning activities, and outcomes in each. Finally, Taylor identifies the “shared...

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    Science, Religion and Healing - a Christian Philosophy of Wholeness Tertiary-Lifelong
    Edwards proposes "the broad contours of a Christian philosophy of holism. He seeks to present a conceptual framework for understanding the nature of health and of the healing ministry based upon the principles of harmony between science and Bible religion."...

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    September Reflections Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A principal reflects on the busyness of the start of a school year, and thanks God for His blessings.

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    Seventh-day Adventist Education: A Unique Experience Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Lee Richards shares a conversation with a public school teacher regarding the differences between public and private education. He notes that private schools don't necessarily do a better job of educating students, but rather a different job. Shared and discussed...

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    Sharing Christ Through Technology Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Moving others closer to the image of God and making disciples of all nations are two goals technology can help Adventist educators accomplish. Excerpted from two morning worships given by Gordon Bietz, this article emphasizes the importance of not losing sight of the mission of sharing Christ. The complete devotional may be accessed at http://www.avln.org/jae/bietz403.htm.

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    Sound Hermeneutic Principles for Non-theologians Tertiary-Lifelong
    Read Jon Paulien's presentation at the April 2001 International Conference on the Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Education.

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    Spirit of Prophecy Perspectives - Education's Grand Theme Tertiary-Lifelong
    What is the grand theme of Adventist education? Read Herbert Douglass' presentation at the First International Conference on The Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Education, April 2001.

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    Spiritual Growth and Salvation - Implications for a Philosophy of Adventist Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    What concepts are children learning about God, the nature of sin and man? Read Donna Habenicht's report on recent research and the implications it holds for Adventist education philosophy and practice.

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    Stimulating the Spiritual, Moral, and Faith Development of Children and Adolescents 0-2 years-Grade 12
    Spiritual development does not simply happen; it has to be stimulated, taught, and modeled. This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation is based on research, best practices and theoretical concepts.

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    Student Involvement in Adventist Universities - Philosophical Issues Tertiary-Lifelong
    Read Shawna Vyhmeister's presentation at the April 2001 International Conference on the Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Education, inclusive of references to the writings of Ellen G. White.

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    Student Needs Survey - A comparison of student responses Grade 3-Grade 8
    This research explores the connection between the Adventist education philosophy and William Glasser's choice theory. The Student Needs Survey (SNS) was administered to 350 students in third through eighth grades comprising three groups: those attending Adventist...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 2 Issue 1: Christian School Characteristics Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this TEACH Journal article, Rieger looks at two defining characteristics of Christian schools. Articles in this issue are titled: Issues in Studying the Bible in Secondary School Religion ClassesChristian School Counselling: Towards Conceptualising...

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    Teaching Ethics Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article from the JAE special higher education issue addresses why teaching ethics is important and how it should be done. Religion and morality have been separated from the realities of life. Ethical dimensions should be integrated within the context...

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    Teaching in the Shadow of Galileo - Academic Freedom on Seventh-day Adventist Campuses Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Greenleaf looks at the history of academic freedom in America and also in the Adventist church. The areas of science and academic freedom in Adventist schools are reviewed with observations about academic freedom within Seventh-day Adventist education. He...

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    Teaching Principles of Jesus, Part 2, An Introduction Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article examines the teaching principles of Jesus Christ, in order to discover strategies for Christian teachers today. It is the second part in a series of two by author Reuben Hilde.

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    Team Sports in Adventist Education - Another Look Grade 1-Tertiary
    Miller discusses how "positive educational outcomes can be derived through participation in team sport activities." He notes that the "problems associated with the delivery of our team sports programs merely serves as an impetus to explore how...

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    The Aims of Adventist Education - A Historical Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    Early Adventists grappled with the aims of Adventist education under the direction of Ellen White. This historical sketch shows how Adventist schools evolved under her counsel and direction.

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    The Avondale school and Adventist educational goals 1894-1900 Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Problem: The Avondale school in its initial era is regarded by some Seventh-day Adventists as the denomination's model school. At the time when the pioneers were establishing the school they spoke and wrote about their educational goals and methods...

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    The Bible and the Philosophy of Science Tertiary-Lifelong
    Baldwin identifies and assesses five elements either related to or implications of a Christian philosophy of science which seem to be implied in a key line by the first angel urging us to "worship Him who made the heavens and the earth, and sea, and the...

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    The Challenge of Change Tertiary-Lifelong
    Colleges and universities are expected to precipitate change. A college must be unique and yet be interdependent with its sponsoring church in terms of philosophy and mission, enrollment of the youth, and financial support. The challenge of change is addressed...

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    The Challenge of Growth - Managing the Expansion of Adventist Education Around the World Kindergarten-Lifelong
    GC Education Director Dulan explains the structure of the Adventist education system. A case study approach introduces the challenges to the growth of Adventist higher education programs of study, and encourages greater cooperation from institutions in following...

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    The Christian Religious Education Syllabi for Secondary Schools - an Adventist Assessment and a Proposal Grade 9-Lifelong
    Balyage discusses the teaching of Christian Religious Education in secondary schools in some African Countries (especially in Uganda and Kenya). The syllabi used and their implications on the learner's faith in the Bible are discussed. Balyage proposes "ways...

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    The Devil Takes a Look at Adventist Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    What are the primary aims of Adventist education? If you were the Devil, what would you have Adventist educators focus on? Read George Knight's presentation from the April 2001 International Conference on the Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Education.

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    The Essential Characteristics of Adventist Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article discusses the following essential characteristics of Adventist Higher Education: identity, mission, and the physical, mental, spiritual realms, as well as developing the intellect. It concludes with a list of challenges. This article is based...

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    The Future of Adventist Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    A board chairman's perspective on the future of Adventist higher education. Issues to be addressed for Adventist education to survive along its chartered lines include: communicating the importance of Christian education, information sharing, enhancing the secondary school relationship, addressing financial dilemmas, cutting operating costs, too many colleges, salaries, and institutional board responsibilities.

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    The Future of SDA Higher Education - A North American College President's Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    Adventist higher education has grown in the past 100 years, but the question is whether it has much of a future. These concerns reflect the current decline in enrollment and therefore loss in operating revenue. Finances are the reason why students attend state...

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    The historical development, philosophical foundation, and mission of the religious education program at Andrews University Tertiary--3
    Topic: This study focuses on the evaluation of the historical development and philosophical foundation of the Religious Education program at Andrews University. The program has been instrumental in training individuals as Bible instructors, church and...

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    The implementation of the educational philosophy of Avondale High School Grade 7-Grade 12
    The Seventh-day Adventist Church school system, which grew from American church-oriented primary schools estab¬lished first in the 1850s, has attempted to implement an educational philosophy formulated from 1872 onwards, largely by Ellen White, the church's...

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    The Library of Faith Tertiary
    Traditionally, Adventist college libraries have received little attention in the discussion on the integration of faith and learning. However, this article argues that librarians are a vital part of the integration process. The library should provide access...

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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 Ministry of Teaching - Four Steps Lie Beyond the Transmission of Information Grade 1-Lifelong
    Akers explains how an Adventist educator must go beyond professional expectations of teachers, beyond the parent and pastoral roles, to become a masterful Christian teacher who serves as both prophet and priest. This paper was presented at the 8th Institute...

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    The Mission School - Catalyst or Catastrophe? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    John Fowler shares the challenges and benefits of establishing mission schools in India. He also discusses the philosophy, ecclesiology, and missiology of establishing a Seventh-day Adventist presence in every town.

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    The Place of the Bible in Education Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this 1903 book, Jones "outlines according to the Bible what exactly Christian education looks like. He also explores the true meaning of the separation between church and state and how Christian education does not fall under such discrimination."...

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    The Relationship Between Student Religiosity, Integration of Faith and Learning and Selected Congregational and Family Factors Tertiary
    "An investigation of the relationships among students’ perceptions of selected congregational and family factors of adolescent religiosity, Integration of Faith and Learning (IFL), and student religiosity. The respondents were 374 students in SDA...

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    The Role of Adventist Education in Global Strategy Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article shares the goals of the church's Global Strategy for world evangelization and shows how the educational arm of the church, it schools, teachers, students, administrators, departmental leaders, can cooperate with this Strategy.

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    The Role of the Holy Spirit in Adventist Education Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation considers the work of the Holy Spirit in the school system ordained (set apart for a holy purpose) by God. The presentation focuses on the role of the Holy Spirit in the lives of Adventist educators and how they...

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    Thinkers and Not Mere Reflectors Kindergarten-Grade 12
    “Across Canada, schools are looking to incorporate inquiry-based learning into their curriculum”, allowing “Adventist schools to return to their roots and the original purpose of Adventist Education.”

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    To Educate the Imagination Tertiary--3
    Justification for fine arts education for college students. Primary value of the arts to technical majors is to foster change and growth, which furthers the primary goal of Adventist education. The arts change people by enlarging their sympathies, promoting...

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    True Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    A contemporary and condensed version of Ellen White's landmark book, Education, outlining principles of true education based on Seventh-day Adventist Christian principles and values. It is easy to read, and maintains the original version's message and style,...

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    UNAPPROVED AT EDITOR'S REQUEST 5-2014: Adventist Education and the Challenge of Postmodernism Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article situates postmodernism in the context of Western cultural periods, sketches the main ideas advanced by its leading proponents, reviews the impact of postmodernism on certain aspects of contemporary culture, and assesses some of the challenges...

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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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    What Do Seventh-Day Adventist Students Need to Know About Science? Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article from the JAE special science issue claims that Adventist science education has the responsibility to guide students into an understanding of the issues involved in the controversy being waged between modern science and the Bible. Adventist educational...

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    What is Distinctive about SDA Education? Preschool-Lifelong
    This one-page article addresses the questions: "What is distinct about Adventist education? Are we just another Christian school that has a Bible class in the curriculum?" Share with school staff, parents, church members, school board members as...

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    What Knowledge is of Most Worth? Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article explores the elements that make for distinctly Adventist colleges, in contrast to secular ones. It highlights central biblical principles that should form the core of an Adventist philosophy of education, and the need to provide distinctively...

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    What's Unique About Adventist Education? Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article shows through a brief survey of history how the quest in Adventist education for the harmonious development of the student is not unique to Adventist education but is as old as man's quest for knowledge. It also shows why Jesus should be the integrating...

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    Why Adventist Education - An Eternal Focus Preschool-Tertiary
    What makes the focus on an eternal dimension so attractive to many parents – and how does Adventist education weave this theme in? This is the 11th one-page article in an 11-part series clarifying the philosophy and practice of Adventist education, designed...

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    Why Adventist Education - Curriculum Emphasis Preschool-Tertiary
    All schools deal with curriculum. So what is the contribution that Adventist education makes to curriculum? This is the 6th one-page article in an 11-part series clarifying the philosophy and practice of Adventist education, designed for parents of students...

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    Why Adventist Education - Home, School and Church Working Together Preschool-Tertiary
    Why is it that the home, the Adventist school and the local church working together are such a strong combination in developing character and spirituality? This is the 10th one-page article in an 11-part series clarifying the philosophy and practice of Adventist...

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    Why Adventist Education - Reflecting God's Grace through Discipline Preschool-Tertiary
    What is unique and distinctive about discipline in an Adventist school? This one-page article is the 4th in an 11 article series, that can be shared in any order (after the introduction) with parents of students attending Adventist schools. It is undated,...

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    Why Adventist Education - Reinforcing Christian Family Values Preschool-Tertiary
    Why do Adventist schools support Christian family values? This is the 9th one-page article in an 11-part series clarifying the philosophy and practice of Adventist education, designed for parents of students attending Adventist schools. Undated, ready to print...

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    Why Adventist Education - Service Learning Preschool-Tertiary
    Why is service such a key component of Adventist education, both within the context of curriculum and the extended service trips we take to provide hands on experience and empathy? This is the 7th one-page article in an 11-part series clarifying the philosophy...

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    Why Adventist Education - The Big Picture Preschool-Grade 12
    This is the first article in an 11-part series clarifying the philosophy and practice of Adventist education, designed for parents of students attending Adventist schools. Undated, one page, ready to print or link parents to; available in color and black/white...

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    Why Adventist Education - The Difference for Your Child Preschool-Tertiary
    What is it that makes each child special to Adventist teachers? This one-page article is the 3rd in an 11 article series, that can be shared in any order (after the introduction) with parents of students attending Adventist schools. It is undated, ready to...

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    Why Adventist Education - The Special Character Preschool-Tertiary
    What makes Adventist education special? This is the 2nd in an 11 article series for parent of students attending Adventist schools. Each undated, one-page article can be shared in any order, is available in color and black/white editions, and ready to print...

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    Why Adventist Education - The Spiritual Nurture of Your Child Preschool-Tertiary
    Why is intentionally nurturing the spirituality of each child a priority in Adventist schools? This is the 5th in an 11-part series of articles written for parents of students attending Adventist schools. Undated, one page, ready to print or link parents to;...

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    Why Adventist Education - The Teacher as Role Model Preschool-Tertiary
    Why is the role modeling of the Adventist teacher so critical when considering the overall influence on our students? This is the 8th one-page article in an 11-part series clarifying the philosophy and practice of Adventist education, designed for parents...

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    Why Adventist Honors Education is Such a Good Idea Tertiary-Lifelong
    Students vary widely and one type of education does not fit all. This is why Honors-type programs are an essential part of Adventist higher education. Honors programs offer an education that has been carefully crafted for a significant and identifiable minority...

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    Why All Those Rules? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A basic premise of this article is that discipline is an integral part of the school's ministry to its students. The Adventist school must find a balance between supporting a “grace orientation” and implementing a common-sense approach that is...

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    Why I Am Proud of Seventh-day Adventist Christian Education Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Dave D. Higgins shares what makes him proud of being a part of the Seventh-day Adventist education system in Canada. He discusses the following aspects: Christ-centered education, special commission, divine origin, education based on truth, education that...

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    You Can't Tell a School By Its Name Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article from the JAE special higher education issue asks what causes so many colleges and universities that began as Christian institutions to lose their identity. A survey of some possible practical, emotional, and philosophical contributing factors...