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    Lifeline - A Handbook for Small School Success Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This valuable North American Division small school teacher/principal manual includes checklists, ideas, options, important things to do and remember, problem-solving strategies, teaching strategies, and professional development information. The handbook can...

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    A Bruised Reed and a Smoking Flax Grade 9-Grade 12
    Using an example, the author outlines biblical principles to consider in deciding on the best course of action with students for whom expulsion is being considered. Redemptive discipline requires consideration of the bruised reed and smoking flax.

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    A Day in the Life of a Bad Kid Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This article explores issues that may prevent children from learning by chronicling a day in the life of Teddy, a student with an attention deficit disorder. The article encourages teachers to look for reasons behind apparent misbehavior, and also look for...

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    A Word Fitly Spoken Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The story of how an English teacher changed his students through the use of kind, positive words, and encouragement. If the future is built around young people who love themselves and who subsequently love others, especially God, the future built will stretch...

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    ABC Game of New Beginnings Classroom Management Plan Grade 1-Grade 6
    A classroom management plan that operates under the assumption that every day is a new beginning and a new opportunity for success. Attendance, Behavior, and Completion of work are the ABCs upon which this plan is based.

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    Adventist Principals Face the Law Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Consider four policy making challenges faced by most administrators: negligence, student discipline, discipline of employees, and child abuse and neglect. The author states that administrators need to understand these challenges and the legal responsibilities...

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    Calming the Confronter Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "Meeting students' human needs outside the classroom can smooth academic progress." An English teacher's story of the transformation of a student's in-class behavior.

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    Can We Trust Our Kids? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Can students be trusted? Streifling shares results of the Honesty Test, a test he developed as a 7th and 8th grade teacher, designed to help determine if students would cheat if given the opportunity. Streifling encourages teachers to be wise when dealing...

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    Challenging and Defiant Students Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Understanding the reasons for a student's defiance is necessary to help the student. Understanding ways to meet the student's defiance is necessary to help the teacher. This article lists how teachers should talk to defiant students. It also suggests how teachers...

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    Child Guidance Kindergarten-Lifelong
    These enduring writings cover the essentials of parenting with chapters on specific building blocks of character such as purity, cheerfulness, self-control, reverence, respect, honest, cleanliness, and courtesy. Includes guidance on how to reach self-denial,...

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    Choice Theory - An Effective Approach to Classroom Discipline and Management Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "The ultimate objectives of classroom discipline and management systems are: (1) to create and maintain environments where learning is nurtured, valued, and efficiently implemented; and (2) to develop self-discipline and self-control in learners. To...

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    Classroom Management - A Class of Positive Behavior Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "This unit is intended to help teachers apply 'best practices' discipline skills to their classroom teaching. Each lesson explains a skill used by teachers identified as effective and organized classroom managers. The skill description is followed by...

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    Classroom Management and Discipline Without Distress Preschool-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD presentation focuses on discipline and classroom management strategies that teachers and administrators can use to enhance the growth and development of students. Areas of emphasis include: Establishing a culture of learning; Setting the tone...

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    Classroom Management Presentation Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2006 NAD Teachers Convention presentation inspires the teacher to make changes in their classroom management and organization. It offers concrete, practical and applicable suggestions for immediate change. Download the presentation and handout with complex...

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    Classroom Management Resource List Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This list links to numerous classroom management resources.

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    Communication as a Method of Discipline Grade 4-Lifelong
    Some confuse discipline with punishment. The differences between the two could be summarized as follows: a. Discipline is continuous teaching; punishment is a moment's discharge of anger.b. Discipline reasons and thinks things through; punishment...

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    Creating Peaceable Schools - Instructional and Management Strategies Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "Peace education is a process of reducing or eliminating conflicts, disruptions, and violent confrontations in homes, schools, churches, and communities through nonviolent and humane actions. A primary objective of peace education is the creation of caring...

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    Curbing Violence in Schools - Implications for Christian Educators Kindergarten-Tertiary
    "A safe and supportive school environment is necessary for enhancing and nurturing students’ gifts, talents, and abilities. Within the last ten years, however, there has been a dramatic increase in violent confrontations within school environments...

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    Dealing With Bullies in Christian Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    At what time should teachers intervene when students complain of being bullied by their peers? Clarence U. Dunbebin addresses the issue of bullying in Christian schools. Topics covered include: How Common is Bullying?; The Terrible Results of Bullying; How...

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    Discipline - Whose Problem is it Anyway? Preschool-Grade 8
    Discipline is everyone’s problem, beginning with the home, society, and now the school. This 2012 NAD Teacher Convention presentation discusses how to solve the discipline problem in schools and classrooms.

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    Discipline: A Nice, Difficult Work Kindergarten-Grade 12
    One underlying principle of discipline is for children to learn self-control. In order for this to occur, teachers must provide opportunities for self correction in academic and social activities. Paul Heller writes on the importance of building resilience...

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    Education Code for Atlantic Union Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This education code outlines the philosophy, goals, policies, and procedures governing the operation of elementary and secondary schools within the Atlantic Union Conference of the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.

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    Education Code for Pacific Union Conference Schools Preschool-Tertiary
    The PUC education code outlines the philosophy, goals, policies, and procedures governing the operation of schools, colleges and offices of education within the Pacific Union of the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.

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    Gain Power by Giving it Away! Cooperative Classroom Management Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Having a cooperative classroom atmosphere starts at the beginning of the school year. Involve students in writing classroom rules. Let them become involved with "town meetings" to discuss and evaluate how things are going in the classroom. Teach...

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    Good Judgment - A Teacher Devotional Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Every moment of the school day a teacher is making judgment calls that need the wisdom of God and counsel with other professionals. Explore the issue of good judgment in this devotional reading.

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    Guidance Techniques That Work 0-2 years-Grade 4
    Adapted from a Texas Childcare Quarterly article, this article outlines techniques that help a teacher distract and redirect children so children are more likely to make good decisions about how to act in certain situations.

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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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    Helping Students to Learn: Eight Methodological Factors that Can Make a Difference Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Humberto Rasi addresses basic methodlogical factors that can help students learn: clarity, variety, enthusiasm, purpose, assessment, atmosphere, involvement, and questions. Each factor is discussed within the framework of using effective methods to help students...

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    How to Prevent and Overcome Job Burnout Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Why are Christian teachers at risk for burnout? In addressing this question, Kay D. Rizzo discusses the symptoms of burnout, provides suggestions for supervisors and administrators, shares insights on dealing with difficult people, and suggests how to avoid...

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    I Am Going to Video You! Behavioural Management in Early Childhood Settings 0-2 years-Grade 3
    This TEACH Journal article lays out excellent discipline strategies for early childhood education teachers.

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    Impression or Perception? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    There is often a reason for classroom misbehavior, however sometimes a teacher's patience is taxed under the pressure of handling the situation, and determining why a student is misbehaving is the last concern. Mary Wong discusses the importance of not jumping...

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    In Cathy's Classroom - Creating Community in a Multi-ethnic Classroom Grade 1-Grade 8
    "Forming close-knit relationships in a multi-ethnic classroom is a challenge faced by an increasing number of teachers in a shrinking world. Every young child wants to (and needs to) feel that they belong. A bright-eyed fourth grader, Anna, stated during...

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    In Control or Being Controlled? Perspectives on Redemptive Discipline Kindergarten-Grade 12
    What types of discipline are redemptive? A redemptive philosophy includes the principles of unconditional love, the importance of people, respect for others, and loyalty and submission to God's will. Students should be gently guided take responsibility for...

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    Institutional Grace - An Oxymoron? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Gordon Bietz asks the question "Is it possible to communicate a loving, warm, accepting God in an institutional setting?" as he addresses the issue of institutional grace. This article shares insights on the laws of grace in the early Christian church,...

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    Intervening to Help Children with Behavioral and Emotional Problems Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Gabriel and Gregory list characteristics of emotional and behavioral disorders, five dimensions that may help teachers identify and describe student behavior (rate or frequency, duration, topography, latency and magnitude), outline steps to determine appropriate...

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    Introduction to Restorative Justice in Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Provided by a 2018 NAD convention workshop presenter, this list of resources will get you started on learning about Restorative Justice.

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    JAE Editorial: Meeting Students Where They Are Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This editorial introduces a special edition focusing on discipline and classroom management. Articles in this issue include: Trial or Trail: The Path to Redemptive...

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    JAE Legal Update: Avoiding Allegations of Wrongful Termination Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Ruth E. Parish addresses one of the most common sources of litigation against schools: wrongful termination. Suggested here are steps to ensure better employee/employer relations. Also covered are essential portions of the workers handbook: probationary periods,...

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    JAE Legal Update: Sexual Misconduct/Child Abuse: A Preventative Approach Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Ruth Parish shares information intended to minimize allegations of sexual abuse by individuals who work with children and young adults, either as volunteers or employees. Included in her discussion are the benefits and risk of touch and avoiding misunderstandings.

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    JAE: Of Interest to Teachers Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This Journal of Adventist Education column features current news, reports, and updates of interest to educators. In this issue: Negative Effects of Peer Pressure; Most College Graduates Find Employment; More Ph.D.s Awarded in U.S.; Math and Science...

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    Jesus and Emotional Intelligence - How To Maintain Self-control Grade 3-Lifelong
    Today many people live controlled by their emotions and feelings. God made us with the ability to think and feel. Although both are important in life, sometimes it can be difficult to manage feelings. They often try to convince us to follow the easy way, to...

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    Kay Kuzma - Books on Family Preschool-Grade 8
    Parents and teachers will find practical and refreshing help in Dr. Kay Kuzma's books on character development, relationships, and discipline. Titles include Parenting Boot Camp, Easy Obedience, Longing to be Loved, 180 Power Tips for Marriage, and more.

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    Keep Connected Preschool-Grade 12
    This Search Institute resource for parents "offers free quizzes, discussion starters, family activities, and other ideas to help families explore and strengthen their relationships and help children and teens grow up responsibly."

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    Kids Really Need Recess! Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Students sometimes miss recess because of uncompleted assignments, discipline, or failure to complete a required task. Rita Henriquez Roark discusses the value of recess from the perspective of body, mind, and spirit. A distinction is made between recess and...

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    Learning - With Love Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The story of how a teacher used love to help a student both inside and outside the classroom. Love is the foundation of true education, according to Ellen G. White.

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    Light Skills Character Development Kindergarten-Grade 8
    An Adventist adaptation of the Life Skills LIFELONG Guidelines program by Susan Kovalik and associates. It includes an action plan, teaching procedures, student arrival procedures, and detailed information about the 'escape place' and 'resolution station'...

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    Loving the Unlovely - Teachers Share Their Response Preschool-Tertiary
    Three teachers share their reflections on how to relate to students whose beliefs, attitudes, remarks, thinking, or even appearance may disrupt class harmony. Whether the student is misbehaving or simply doesn't fit in with the others, it is important for...

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    Models of Classroom Discipline: An Overview Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article provides a helpful overview of the several discipline models from which a teacher can choose. The environmental model looks at the physical arrangement and structure of the room. The personal model emphasizes recognizing feelings and values of...

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 1 - Be a Good Listener Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock discusses the importance of taking the time to listen and get the whole story before reacting to a situation.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 10 - Accept the Individual, Not the Behavior Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock argues that when someone behaves in ways we disagree with, “we have to make sure we separate the inappropriate behaviour from the value of the person.”

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 2 - Take the Time to be Fair Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock explains the importance of taking the time to understand both sides of a story and lists 5 principles that can help parents and educators be more effective in their discipline.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 3 - Admit When You are Wrong Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock explains why it is important for teachers and parents to admit when they are wrong, and provides suggestions for how to go about it.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 4 - Treat All the Same - But Differently Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock discusses the importance of shaping our response to each child to their individual needs.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 5 - Look at the Context Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock emphasizes the importance of considering context when making discipline decisions.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 6 - Let the Natural Consequences Reign Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock explains why parents and teachers should allow children to experience the natural consequences of their actions.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 7 - Keep Things Simple Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock explains the importance of keeping rules simple and few so they can be easily followed.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 8 - Model Repentance Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock uses personal and biblical examples to show the importance of apologizing when we have made a mistake.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 9 - Send Consistent Signals Preschool-Grade 12
    “Wouldn’t it be great if the signal we gave out to our children or students was consistently the message of unconditional love?” This redemptive discipline article is the 9th in a series of 10 for parents and teachers.

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    Ouch That Hurts 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article addresses the importance of redemptive, loving discipline. Susan shows how improper, impulsive, angry discipline measures hurt our kids and often teach negative lessons.

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    Parenting Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The Adventist Book Center sells books and other material on the subject of Parenting including the following titles: 10 Christian Values Every Kid Should Know; Developing Your Child's Self-worth; The Family Book: Creative Ideas for Families; Family Faith;...

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    Peace Education - Classroom Management Preschool-Grade 8
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation concerns the building of community and belonging in the classroom. It guides teachers toward the promotion of self discipline within the young child so conflict resolution is much easier and the outcome makes...

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    Practical Guidelines for Classroom Discipline Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article discusses six guidelines for classroom discipline: 1) knowing the purpose of discipline; 2) making the connection between instruction and behavior; 3) developing a repertoire of models; 4) teaching social skills; 5) planning the first two weeks...

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    Preparing for the Beginning - The First Days of School Experience Tertiary-Lifelong
    The First Days of School Pre-Service Training Program at Andrews University has been recognized by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education as being exemplary and worthy of emulation. The program successfully prepares pre-service teachers...

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    Preventing Misbehavior by Helping Students Achieve Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Very often, students who misbehave in class do so because they aren't working at grade level and are too frustrated to try. Teachers should strive to enhance student achievement by making sure the material is presented in an understandable form. Teachers should...

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    Proper Teacher Attitudes Kindergarten-Grade 12
    These two short articles address teacher attitudes. The first discusses how teachers must first deal with their own attitudes before approaching their students for counsel sessions when problems arise. The second, written by Connie Wade, discusses the importance...

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    Qualities of a Great School Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Qualities of a great school are: principal leadership, teacher quality, extracurricular activities, parent involvement, and safety and discipline.

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    Reaching a New Generation Report One : What We Know and What We Dont Know - A Summary of Research Tertiary
    This report is the first of four that will be produced during the course of this project. It brings together findings about Baby Boom generation from a careful analysis of five surveys conducted for the Pacific Union Conference Church Resource Center in recent...

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    Redemptive Discipline for Children and Adults Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Learn about the role of redemptive discipline for children and adults in this questions and answer style devotional.

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    Relationship of caning to internal-external locus of control among selected African secondary and college students Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Problem: Harsh punishment has been recognized as an antecedent of external locus of control. External locus of control has been associated with negative aspects of academic and social development. Educators in Africa need to know if caning is associated...

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    Riding Herd - Developing Character by Allowing Choices Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Jerry Thomas discusses the relationship between decision making and character development. In an educational setting, guiding young people to make appropriate choices without controlling their lives takes policies that encourage choices, modeling, and discipline....

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    Sample 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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    School and the Law - Common Legal Issues for Private School Administrators and Teachers Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This TEACH journal article discusses the issues involved in suspending students, suggesting use of the school handbook and respectful communication prior to suspending with the student and his/her family.

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    School Board Manual - NAD Southwestern Union K-10 Kindergarten-Grade 10
    This Southwestern Union School Board Manual K-10 contains major policies, plans, and procedures recommended for the administration of conference schools. This manual is designed to effect a caring, involved application of principles that will lead to more...

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    Seating Arrangements for Better Classroom Management Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Seating and desk arrangements significantly influence classroom climate. Discussed are issues to consider when developing seating arrangements, such as teaching style and philosophy. Floor space, classroom traffic patterns, and instructional methodology--such...

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    Seven Reasons I Must Send My Child to an Adventist School Tertiary-Lifelong
    Read this article to find seven compelling reasons why Adventist education is "worth fighting to keep, and worth sacrificing for."

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    So What's a Principal to Do? Thoughts on How to Help Teachers With Classroom Management and Discipline Problems Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The authors clarify some important issues involved in classroom discipline and management in a Christian school. A case study illustrates what a principal should do to help a teacher with classroom discipline and management.

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    Some Legal Considerations for Operating Boards in Adventist Schools K-12 Kindergarten-Grade 12
    “This article will identify some aspects of the law that may impact the decision-making process for board members of Seventh-day Adventist schools. It will focus on raising awareness rather than providing deep legal analysis.” Specific areas covered...

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    Sometimes I Think My Name Is No No 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article examines how to discipline without demoralizing children.

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    Strategies for the Christian Teacher - Moral Development and Student Behavior Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Using Kohlberg's levels of moral reasoning, the author points to different aspects of student development. Students in Adventist schools need to be developing to the highest level of moral development and behavior. The author lists strategies which can be...

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    Student to Teacher Transition - First Days of School Experience Preschool-Tertiary
    The article showcases an Andrews University course for aspiring teachers called First Days of School Experience. The course is designed to help prepare graduates for beginning their careers as educators by focusing on classroom management, instructional strategies,...

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    Teaching Ideas That Work! Grade 9-Grade 12
    Poor classroom participation from teenagers may reflect more on the teacher than the students. Teachers who show a personal interest in their students and allow themselves to be vulnerable are more likely to reach their students than those who criticize or...

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    The Adventist Home Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This compilation contains practical counsel for Christian families, including guidance on where to locate the home and how to make it pleasant, and counsel on how to get along with other family members. Search the complete published writings of Ellen G. White...

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    The Glasser Quality School - A Combination of Choice Theory and the Competence-based Curriculum Kindergarten-Grade 12
    In this JAE article, renowned psychiatrist and educational consultant Glasser introduces Choice Theory. For more information consult: 1. His website, www.wglasser.com, 2. His book, Every...

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    The Power Plant Complex Kindergarten-Lifelong
    To evaluate sport objectively and assess its place in Adventist education, a number of factors must be considered. These include Ellen White's counsels; sport and society; the development of the discipline of physical education; the training of physical education...

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    Time out can work, but have you tried a time-in 0-2 years-Lifelong
    True discipline not only helps a child stop bad behavior but help the child learn what to do instead. Time outs are very useful when done correctly. But sometimes we need more tools when it comes to discipline. This article will give you the basics on another...

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    Tips - Bullying - Teacher Bulletin Volume 4 Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Bullying has become a wide spread problem in our schools and communities. All over the country, schools are incorporating anti-bullying workshops into their curriculum. These articles contain information on bullying. The information ranges to what bullying...

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    Tips - Dealing with Disruptions in the Classroom Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article offers a discipline plan to deal with disruptions in the classroom.

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    Trial or Trail? The Path to Redemptive Discipline Kindergarten-Grade 12
    We encounter a variety of challenges along many of life's paths. Whether or not we reach our destination may be determined by the way in which we view these trials. One of the most difficult of all the paths of experience seems to be that of discipline. This...

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    Trying to Get the Bad Out Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Defiant, disruptive students often have needs that are overlooked. Sandra Doran shares a poignant story of how a 'bad' act turned out to be a cry for help.

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    Verbal Routines Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Research shows that verbal routines are effective classroom discipline practices. Presented in this article are several simple, yet effective, verbal routines in which a teacher consistently uses the same or similar words in a given situation to deal with...

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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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    VG2 Update 13: Positive Family Influences Grade 9-Tertiary
    This Valuegenesis 2 newsletter shares 19 positive influences that target family and home life as it relates to intrinsic faith, faith maturity, denominational loyalty, and commitment to God. Additional influences that target church and school are also shared,...

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    WAD: Discipline, The Acid Test Preschool-Grade 12
    The acid test of a Christian school or college is its approach to discipline. Various principles are presented. The administration of discipline involves the integration of moral truth with outward act. Also available in French: La...

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    We're Hurting Our Kids by Robbing Them of Responsibility for Their Actions Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article encourages those in authority to take responsibility and encourage accountability and discipline when needed.

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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 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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    Young Child Ministries Preschool-Kindergarten
    "The mission of Young Child Ministries is to assist families with young children in understanding the Biblical principles of child rearing and child guidance." This site provides resources for developing the whole child with guidance from the Bible,...

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    Your Substitute's Day: Dream or Nightmare? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The author, both a substitute and full-time teacher, shares simple guidelines that can make the difference between a dream and a nightmare when having a substitute teacher. Things to do and not to do, ideas for activities for the teacher to assign while they're...