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  • Adventist Resource
    A Distinct Education Preschool-Tertiary
    In this special issue, we want to present to the teachers of the Adventist educational system a topic that we consider of vital importance so that each of the classes and activities, in each school, college, seminary or university, can be anchored in the solid...

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    Board Members Must Demonstrate Leadership Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The renewal of teachers' professional certificates helps to ensure quality Adventist education. The Boards of Education are concerned with training plans for teachers from elementary to university level.

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    Dialogue Editorial - Beware of Counterfeits Lifelong
    Describing three gifts God gave us at creation ("the holy estate of marriage, provision for education under God’s own care, and an entire day for both worship with the Creator and fellowship with each other") and how Satan has worked to distort...

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    Dialogue Editorial - Celebrating a Continuing Ministry Tertiary
    "Within the context of that biblical worldview – God-centered, Biblebased, redemptive, and eschatological – Dialogue has ministered to Adventist students in secular campuses, cementing their faith, augmenting their search for...

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    Dialogue Editorial - Escaping Tunnel Vision Grade 9-Lifelong
    "To escape tunnel vision – tunnel thinking, tunnel living – is liberating. It opens up new directions, new opportunities, new avenues for service and fulfillment. It’s a part of God’s plan for your life."

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    Dialogue Editorial - Introducing the New Director for Campus Ministry Tertiary
    "On behalf of Dialogue, it is my pleasure to welcome and introduce Dr. Jiwan Stefan Moon as the newest member of Adventist Ministry to College and University Students (AMiCUS) and an advisor to Dialogue."

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    Dialogue Editorial - Mountain Shrines Tertiary
    "Christianity is more than a shrine. It is a lifelong calling, a forever commitment."

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    Dialogue Editorial - Rules of Engagement Grade 11-Lifelong
    "As Christians, we are engaged in serious warfare – the cosmic conflict between God and Satan (Ephesians 6:12, NRSV). Do we have any rules of engagement so that our victory in this great controversy will be sure and certain?" The...

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    Dialogue Editorial - Sesquicentennial Tertiary-Lifelong
    As the Seventh-day Adventist Church celebrates 150 years since its official founding, Beardsley-Hardy reflects on our history and mission.

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    Dialogue Editorial - The Faith of Your Friends Tertiary
    "Dialogue journal is that kind of a friend, to encourage and to carry you to the Lord if you should be feeling too overwhelmed, discouraged, or demoralized to go yourself. And that’s the kind of friend each one of us can be to others as...

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    Dialogue Editorial - The Question that Matters Tertiary
    Who am I? Where am I going? Am I alone, or do I have any assistance?

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    Dialogue Editorial - Things That Don't Change Tertiary
    "Dialogue filled a niche in my academic and religious experience. It made me feel connected to the Seventh-day Adventist Church in a new way."

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    Dialogue Editorial - Waiting and Hoping Tertiary-Lifelong
    "While Christian life is one of waiting linked to hope, the fulfillment of this often seems to take too long a time, and the process seems to raise anxiety, engender questions, test patience, and sometimes foster doubts. Yet in biblical perspective, waiting...

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    Dialogue Editorial: Be Not Pretenders Tertiary-Lifelong
    The editor encourages her readers to live as the children of God they are.

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    Dialogue Editorial: Be Still and Know Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Perhaps it will be in the morning, at noon, or at the close of the day, but we must set aside time, quality time, for God. Only then will the water of your life be still. Only then will others see the reflection of Jesus."

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    Dialogue Editorial: His Glorious Riches Tertiary-Lifelong
    "A life that is centered in Jesus, a life that follows His lead and guidance, will discover that in Him and through Him every disappointment becomes an appointment with God, every threat of failure or discouragement becomes an opportunity through which...

  • Adventist Resource
    Dialogue Editorial: Keep Moving Tertiary-Lifelong
    In a troubled world, change can be a time of introspection, revival, and growth.

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    DIalogue Editorial: Living with a Sense of Time Tertiary-Lifelong
    "With time being such an important gift God has given to all, the devil knowing this will try to steal it away and to lead God’s followers astray. Jesus, therefore, acts quickly and we should be ready to respond quickly as well. Time lost cannot...

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    Dialogue Editorial: Saints -Their Identity, Address, Calling Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Among the varied introductions Paul employed in writing his Epistles, one has meant a lot to me: 'to the saints who are in Ephesus, and faithful in Christ Jesus' (Ephesians 1:1, NKJV). This salutation gives me as a follower of Jesus my identity, my address,...

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    Dialogue Editorial: The Call to Serve Tertiary
    In this editorial, read how college students and professionals are giving a year to missions, as well a reminder that each of us can reach out to others from where we are right now.

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    Dialogue Editorial: The Mark of a Christian Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Thus, the mark of a Christian is not what one wears, but what one is. Love at any cost, love at any time, love in any situation, love in the face of all odds is the distinguishing mark of following the One who commanded, 'Love one another.'”

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    Dialogue Editorial: The Power to Serve Tertiary-Lifelong
    "A special temptation for those with advanced or professional degrees of any kind is to turn inward and thereby serve oneself...An education enhances the health and well-being of the whole family and results in higher social status. Along with these things...

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    Dialogue Editorial: Transitions Tertiary
    As one international editor transitions to a research fellowship, a new editor is welcomed.

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    Dialogue Editorial: Where Are We Going, and How Fast? Tertiary-Lifelong
    In this editorial, the author discusses the Adventist church's strategic plan, the 2020 General Conference Session, and our role in reaching the world.

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    Dialogue Editorial: Who Am I? Tertiary-Lifelong
    "The Cross helps me to realize that as I come to Christ in total abandonment, I pass from death to life, from nothingness to certainty. I know whose I am. From this point onward, I don’t belong to myself. I can’t deal with my body or spirit,...

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    Dialogue Editorial: Who Is My Neighbor in a Time of Social Distancing? Tertiary-Lifelong
    "The answer to the question ‘who is my neighbor?’ will be found in a myriad of ways. Every problem and challenge is a call to creative ministry. Every need is an opportunity to respond."

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    Dialogue Editorial: Will you bounce back? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Consider Joseph’s experience and what we can learn from how he bounced back from adverse circumstances.

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    Dialogue Editorial: Will You Have Friends in Heaven? Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Let us give away our Master’s gifts lavishly―sharing them freely with others. In this way, we will have many friends in heaven and be counted faithful at last."

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    Editorial Vol 11 Issue 2: Celebrate Reformation Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Five hundred years later, we still celebrate Martin Luther’s initiation of the Reformation. Perry points out that God used Luther despite his failure to completely reform himself. In the same way, Christian teachers should be conscious of their own sinful...

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    Editorial: International Journal of New Perspectives in Christianity Tertiary-Lifelong
    Editor Vivienne Watts explains the goal of the new journal published by Avondale College. Its main purpose "is to offer new perspectives on Christianity, and to identify ways and means through which Christianity can engage...

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    INFO Editorial: A Global Perspective Tertiary
    A culture of research is thriving at AIIAS and around the world. This issue of International Forum is the largest in years. Articles include: Academic Dishonesty...

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    INFO Editorial: Abundant Living Tertiary-Lifelong
    "The Graduate School Forum was held January 28-30, 2010 on the AIIAS campus, with the theme Abundant Living. Papers based on some of the major presentations from this 3-day conference are published in this issue of International Forum. Presenters...

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    INFO Editorial: Aloha Tertiary
    All articles in this issue focus on the teacher, although the issue does not have an overall theme. One article explores the integration of values and learning, while the other two articles examine the organizational commitment of teachers. Articles...

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    INFO Editorial: April 2003 Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "This issue of the Forum discusses various ethical issues which are relevant in today’s world...The articles in this series contain questions for which there are no easy answers. These are questions worth asking, but the answers are far beyond the...

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    INFO Editorial: April 2004 Grade 1-Tertiary
    This special issue of the International Forum is predominantly made up of major articles by graduate students. From integrating faith and learning in the Biology classroom to comparing faith development in children from various home backgrounds, to studying...

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    INFO Editorial: April 2006 Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This issue is devoted to an exploration of spiritual issues, particularly as they relate to Education. The articles address various aspects of spirituality, which is inevitably multifaceted and complex. Articles in this issue include: The...

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    INFO Editorial: Being Vigilant and Veridical Tertiary-Lifelong
    "This issue of International Forum ascertains that research continues through challenging situations and that stacking it on the backburner is not an option." Articles include: Deconstructing...

  • Adventist Resource
    INFO Editorial: Building Corporate Identity in a Changing World Grade 9-Tertiary
    "Building Corporate Identity in a Changing World was the theme of the Graduate School Research Forum held in January of 2011. This Forum provided opportunities for participants to look into the history and track record of different institutions, and to...

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    INFO Editorial: Change, Chaos, and Resilience - Thriving in a Turbulent World Tertiary
    "Ever-evolving technologies, wars, emerging national alliances, changing currencies, redefinitions of what constitutes the family, revolutions on religious fronts, and a myriad of other factors have made turbulence a way of life. Whether positive or negative,...

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    INFO Editorial: Christian Organizations Lifelong
    "This issue of the International Forum Journal focuses on some current concerns facing international Christian organizations. There is within Christianity today a growing realization that our centuries-old message needs to find new means of expression....

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    Info Editorial: Collaboration and Teamwork Tertiary
    Wa-Mbaleka explains how the articles in this issue " discuss different facets of collaboration and teamwork." Articles in this issue include: Journeys...

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    INFO Editorial: Concerns of the 21st Century Tertiary-Lifelong
    "While globalization has brought quite some benefits to the world population in general, it has raised concerns especially in this new century...The eight articles in this issue address a broad range of concerns." Titles are as follows: The...

  • Adventist Resource
    INFO Editorial: Connectedness - Human Relations, Learning, & Wellness Tertiary-Lifelong
    This issue "is a compilation of six articles that try to make a significant contribution to the theme of connectedness in business, education, and public health."

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    INFO Editorial: Contemporary Literacies - Life Skills for Professionals Tertiary
    Based on a three-day research conference with the same title, the articles in this issue discuss some of the concerns relating to contemporary literacies, especially as they relate to higher education. What skills do you need to be literate in the 21st century?...

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    INFO Editorial: Coping with Adjustments Tertiary-Lifelong
    "This second issue for 2020 is dedicated to the writers who kept going through these challenging times with their research and have contributed to the knowledge base of their respective disciplines." Titles include: Financial...

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    INFO Editorial: Developing Workplace Intelligences - 2003 Lifelong
    Health is one of the fundamental needs of humanity. As we consider health issues, particularly in developing countries, we find them to be inextricably linked to educational and financial issues. This issue focuses on health issues. Education is a solution...

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    INFO Editorial: Developing Workplace Intelligences - 2005 Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Developing Workplace Intelligences was designed initially as a Research Forum theme which would draw together professionals from various disciplines to discuss topics of interest to all. The planning committee saw needs for presentations on coping and...

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    Info Editorial: Diversity Tertiary
    As seen in the qualitative research papers, variety of topics, and authors from different institutions, regions of the world and academic backgrounds, this issue of International Forum is characterized by diversity. Articles include: Living...

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    INFO Editorial: Ethical Issues in Higher Education Tertiary
    "This issue of International Forum deals with some of the issues that touch the lives of international educators and the students they teach. How can we deal ethically with corrupt systems? What is our role in ethics education as educators in varying...

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    INFO Editorial: Evolving Organizational Contexts Tertiary-Lifelong
    A big part of the changes in society have been fueled by developments in information and communication technology (ICT). These changes in society and the way it operates are the driving force behind this issue of the InFo Journal.

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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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    INFO Editorial: Foundations Grade 1-Tertiary
    In this editorial, the editor tells the story of a house being built on a former garbage dump. Just like a house must have a foundation, education must have a foundation. Unless a conscious effort is made to avoid doing so, we too may be building upon garbage....

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    INFO Editorial: Globalization and Its Impact on Education, Economy, and Language Tertiary
    "The current issue of the journal analyzes the impact of globalization from the perspectives of economics, education, and language. While the word 'globalization' always seems to focus more on economics than other fields, it is time to look at its other...

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    INFO Editorial: Globalization, Ethics, and Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    "The world is becoming increasingly complex and interdependent. What happens in Costa Rica affects people in Kenya, and what happens in the Philippines affects people who live in China (and vice versa) in ways that it never did in years past. The concept...

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    INFO Editorial: Growing Pains Grade 1-Lifelong
    David Streifling, the editor of InFo, discusses the "growing pains" of the journal and of AIIAS in this editorial. Articles in this issue include: Cleanliness...

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    INFO Editorial: Growth, Ethics and Excellence Tertiary
    The editor previews the articles in this issue, which present "several interesting perspectives on what happens when the potencies of change are harnessed for the good.” Articles include: The...

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    INFO Editorial: Higher Education Tertiary
    Knowing that understanding the questions is the first step to finding the answers, this issue is dedicated to exploring the following current themes being discussed within higher education in the Asia-Pacific region today: 1. What are we really teaching? 2....

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    INFO Editorial: Higher Education Empowering Development Tertiary
    The AIIAS School of Graduate Studies Forum, held November 16-18, 2006, and sponsored specifically by the Department of Public Health, focused on the supporting role that academia should have in assisting development and developing countries. Presentations...

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    INFO Editorial: Improving Higher Education Tertiary
    "Acknowledging professional preparation of students as the common purpose institutions and educators share, and the dimensions of the integrative task this requires, the Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies through the School of Graduate...

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    INFO Editorial: Inflation Tertiary-Lifelong
    The purpose of this editorial is not to analyze all of the forces underlying economic inflation or its implications. The editor asks the following question, "If there is such a thing as inflation in the economic realm, could there be something similar...

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    INFO Editorial: International Business Themes Tertiary-Lifelong
    The articles in this issue focus on themes of international concern, mostly related to business.

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    INFO Editorial: New Beginnings Grade 1-Lifelong
    In this editorial, Henry Foster introduces the new scholarly journal "International Forum (INFO)", sponsored by the School of Graduate Studies at the Adventist Institute of Advanced Studies (AIIAS). In an age where information is generated and dispensed...

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    INFO Editorial: Orchestrating Simultaneous Changes in a Complex World Tertiary-Lifelong
    "If you were asked what one word best describes the dynamic attribute of the workplace today, a resounding answer could be 'change!'” Additional articles in this issue include: Nurturing...

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    INFO Editorial: Qualitative Research Kindergarten-Tertiary
    It is generally agreed that the hallmark of a quality educational institution is its record of research. The principles of the "scientific method" when applied to academic questions produce two basic research paradigms – quantitative and qualitative....

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    INFO Editorial: Qualitative Research Tertiary-Lifelong
    As with many good things, the increase of qualitative research around the world brings both excitement and challenge. In his editorial, Safary Wa-Mbaleka previews the articles in this issue: The...

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    INFO Editorial: Qualitative Research, Education and Health Tertiary-Lifelong
    In this editorial, Wa-Mbaleka, explains the role of qualitative research in this issue of International Forum. Articles include: That God May Know My Integrity

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    INFO Editorial: Quest for Change - Research and Social Concerns Tertiary-Lifelong
    International Forum's editor describes this issue as a "smorgasbord of eight articles which are empirical—quantitative and qualitative—and theoretical in nature." Articles include: Classic...

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    INFO Editorial: Quest for Quality - Research and Practice Tertiary
    "The exponential increase of knowledge is beyond imagination. Technological advancement has contributed even more significantly to this important growth. Knowledge that used to be less accessible to the public is now in reach of most people, all around...

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    INFO Editorial: Researching our Own Community Grade 1-Tertiary
    "This Forum issue is a look at unique environments in the communities that surround AIIAS, that can help us better understand where our students, clients, and community members are coming from. No matter what line of work we find ourselves in, this type...

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    INFO Editorial: Successful Learning Tertiary-Lifelong
    In this editorial, Wa-Mbaleka, describes how this issue of International Forum focuses on three factors of successful learning: emotional support, linguistic competence, and academic support. Articles in this issue include: A...

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    INFO Editorial: Sustainable Reform in the Developing World Tertiary-Lifelong
    "The articles in this issue were selected from presentations at a 3-day Research Forum that was held on the AIIAS campus December 1-3, 2011. The majority of the articles in this issue have to do with education as the avenue to sustainable development." Article...

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    INFO Editorial: The Way We Teach Tertiary
    This issue looks at the way we teach. It focuses on Asian concerns; however, most of these themes are also of interest elsewhere in the world. Articles in this issue include: Teaching...

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    INFO Editorial: Values and Ethics Grade 1-Lifelong
    The articles in this issue discuss both values and value creation in a variety of disciplines. The authors examine values in a service-learning program within a Master’s in Public Health degree, education, and information technology. Values questions...

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    JAE Editorial - Home Economics, Investing in Families Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Home economics strengthens the family by dealing with all the phases of the life cycle. There are many career opportunities. Supporting home economics education and its curriculum requirements is a statement of support for stable, happy Adventist individuals...

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    JAE Editorial: 1844-1994 -- Where Do We Fit In? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In the 150th year after the Great Disappointment, this editorial addresses two crucial questions: What is my role? Where do I fit in? Each individual is challenged to consider the meaning of this important milestone. Articles in this anniversary issue include...

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    JAE Editorial: A Matter of Mission Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Humberto Rasi's editorial explains the importance of schools having mission statements. In his discussion he refers to the Mission Statement of the Seventh-day Adventist Church...

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    JAE Editorial: A Renewed College Commitment Tertiary-Lifelong
    From 1975 to 1984, the percentage of Seventh-day Adventist students attending Seventh-day Adventist colleges decreased. Between 1984 and 1990, the percentage went up. The editorial suggests that one reason for the increase might be an emphasis on hiring more...

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    JAE Editorial: Adventist Education--Four Essentials Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Dulan comments on the high level of commitment primary, secondary, and tertiary level teachers bring to Adventist institutions, and the need for administrators to acknowledge that commitment through words and acts of encouragement and support. Articles included...

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    JAE Editorial: Adventist Educational Essentials Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this special issue on Character Education, George R. Knight's editorial addresses the question of why the Adventist church spends millions of dollars each year to support over 5000 Adventist schools worldwide, when free public education is available. Articles...

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    JAE Editorial: Alarming Trends Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The results of a 1990 study that compares current enrollment in Adventist schools with 1975. The study found that the ratio per 1000 Adventist students had gone down significantly while the percentage of non-Adventist students had gone up significantly. While...

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    JAE Editorial: Another Word on Assessment Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Garland Dulan explores the extent to which Adventist elementary, secondary, and tertiary institutions periodically assess their mission statements, and the role of mission in shaping the attitudes, competencies, and values desired of students. Also in this...

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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: Being Smart in More Ways Than One Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This editorial from the Multiple Intelligences (MI) issue of JAE shows the importance of understanding and using MI theory in our classrooms. Research shows that incorporating multiple intellegence techniques can improve student achievement for students who...

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    JAE Editorial: Discipline Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This editorial supports the view that discipline is often more easily attained through a proactive rather than a reactive approach. If students are actively involved with a variety of learning activities, and the teacher demonstrates trust in the students,...

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    JAE Editorial: Does Assessment Make the Grade? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this special issue on testing and alternative assessment, Anita Oliver addresses thought provoking questions on the purpose of assessment such as 'Do assessment practices help or hinder students in the process of spiritual development? Are assessment practices...

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    JAE Editorial: Exploring the Frontiers of Educational Technology Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This editorial from the special technology issue of JAE discusses how technology enhances communication in the classroom and other learning environments. Articles in this issue include: Taking Charge...

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    JAE Editorial: Handling Difficult People Kindergarten-Lifelong
    How do teachers or school administrators deal with difficult parents or patrons? John Fowler's editorial gives three useful suggestions: listen to the complaint; give parents the attention they deserve; and, keep open the lines of communication. Articles in...

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    JAE Editorial: How Are We Connected? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this special distance learning issue, Shirley Freed and Marilyn Eggers share how distance education can connect Adventist educators, and help administrators, teachers, parents, and pastors provide an Adventist education to more members around the world....

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    JAE Editorial: In This Issue Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this editorial, the editor gives an overview of topics covered in this general issue of the Journal of Adventist Education. Articles in this issue include: Measuring Quality in Adventist Schools...

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    JAE Editorial: Is the Dream Still Alive? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Reflecting on the dream to educate Adventist youth to proclaim the three-angels message, the author comments on the role of the Valuegenesis studies in helping educators assess what is happening is schools, churches, and homes. Also in this issue:

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    JAE Editorial: Learners with Disabilities - Christian Education's Blind Spot Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This editorial from the special JAE issue on special education looks at and refutes three reasons often given for not accepting special needs students. These are: cost, detraction from the needs of other students, and lack of teachers trained to address special...

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    JAE Editorial: Learning History's Lessons Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "This larger-than-usual issue of the Journal [of Adventist Education] was prepared in the hope that examining some aspects of the history of our educational system can stimulate discussion and thought that will prevent us from repeating some mistakes...

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    JAE Editorial: Let's Teach Children to Think! Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This JAE editorial argues that we are not educating our students to think. Teachers are teaching their students to rely too heavily upon electronic support. Ganson encourages teachers to empower students by teaching them to rely on their minds, and create...

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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: Passing on the Torch Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Highlighted in this special 1995 General Conference Session souvenir issue of JAE are the four themes selected as important in the next five years. 1) Strengthen the religious dimension in Adventist education at all levels. 2) Foster the professional development...

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    JAE Editorial: Professional Trustees Must Demonstrate Leadership Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Guest editor Ed Boyatt previews articles, listed below, in the third issue on Boardmanship for K-12 and college/university board members or trustees. Articles in this issue include: ...

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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: Reading, Writing, and Revolution Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Ian Bothwell's editorial discusses some of the controversy surrounding the teaching of reading, including phonics, whole language, basal readers and more. Articles are divided into the following categories: Elementary Level Teaching...

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    JAE Editorial: September 11, 2001--Three Affirmations Kindergarten-Lifelong
    John M. Fowler ponders the events of September 11, 2001, and arrives at three truths: God is not responsible for evil; Satan is responsible for evil; and, Christians have a duty to perform in the presence of evil. Amidst all that is wrong in this world, we...

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    JAE Editorial: Spiritual Assessment--Making Widgets or Nurturing Christians Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this special issue on spiritual assessment, Beverly Rumble's editorial introduces concerns presented by the Adventist Church's Total Commitment document. Introduced are questions about how well...

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    JAE Editorial: Teacher Relationships - Key to Satisfaction and Success Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Cultivating healthy relationships is the key to a successful teaching career. Humberto Rasi shares eight major areas that can help teachers evaluate their relationships with God, self, students, peers, supervisors, parents and guardians, church, and community....

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    JAE Editorial: The Blessings of Math Kindergarten-Grade 12
    In this editorial Beverly Robinson-Rumble explores the rationale that mathematics, taught from a Christian perspective, can not only prepare students to enter the highly technological world of the 21st Century, but also help them understand the fundamental...

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    JAE Editorial: The Teacher Makes the Difference Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This editorial from the special Staff Development issue of JAE shows that teachers are more than communicators, more than professionals, more than motivators. They are persons dealing with persons. In order to build better relationships, teachers need to be...

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    JAE Editorial: Ways to Enliven Your Teaching Kindergarten-Grade 12
    If you are looking for new ways to approach your curriculum, this editorial for the special issue on instructional issues has useful suggestions. Articles in this issue include: Overview of Instructional...

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    JAE Editorial: What Have They Seen in Your Classroom? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Beverly Rumble shares her view that Adventist teachers should teach and model the behavior they want our students to exhibit. For example, praising students for good work (rather than only criticizing the bad); encouraging them to praise each other (rather...

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    JAE Editorial: What If...? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    What if there were no church schools? No Christian education? Calvin Rock poses that if there were no church schools, Adventism, as we know it, would cease to exist. He also poses the opposing questions, What if all pastors, administrators, teachers, parents,...

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    JAE Editorial: What's New! Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Beverly Rumble shares current developments such as the new Journal of Adventist Education (JAE) website, popular articles and issues, international and foreign language editions, and future plans in the areas of science, higher education, international and...

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    JAE Editorial: A Growing Trend Grade 3-Lifelong
    In the editorial, Melgosa notes that behavioral addictions are increasingly common, and teachers and administrators often feel unprepared to deal with them. He states that what students need is not messages of dismissal or judgment, but opportunities to talk...

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    JAE Editorial: About This Issue Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Louise Moon, the guest editor, explains reasons for devoting this issue of the JAE to dyslexia and related disorders. An increased awareness and understanding of a range of differences should contribute toward the development of a wider repertoire of methods...

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    JAE Editorial: Adventist Distance Education - A Bridge to Access Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This special issue of The Journal of Adventist Education focuses on distance education. In her guest editorial, Janine Monica Lim writes of how online education can increase students' access to Christian education. Additional articles include:

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    JAE Editorial: Adventist Education -- For Every Adventist Child? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Stevens identifies why the ambitious objective of "all Adventist children should be able to benefit from an Adventist education" has not been met. Students with learning disabilities and physical handicaps must be included. The 1982 NAD Curriculum...

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    JAE Editorial: Adventist Education and Academic Freedom Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this Journal of Adventist Education editorial, Fowler looks at what is academic freedom and why Adventist education should uphold academic freedom. Articles in this issue include: Two Ministries...

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    JAE Editorial: Adventist Education and Students With Disabilities Kindergarten-Tertiary
    The December 2015 issue of the Journal of Adventist Education is a special topic issue about Special Education. In her guest editorial, Luana Greulich describes how educators can better serve students with...

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    JAE Editorial: Adventures in Russia - Adventist Education's Newest Frontier Kindergarten-Lifelong
    An editorial report on the first Adventist Teacher's Seminar held in Russia. Ganson shares education news from Russia, such as final arrangements for an elementary school in Moscow, translation and distribution of Ellen White's book Education, and the many...

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    JAE Editorial: An Old Friend in a New Country Tertiary-Lifelong
    Articles in this issue include: Philosophy and Christian Education: A Road to Despair or a Highway to Understanding? Building Resilient...

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    JAE Editorial: An Unchanging Mission in a Changing World Kindergarten-Tertiary
    In recent years, the work world has changed, and many jobs now require workers to be flexible, collaborative, and creative. Unfortunately, education often still emphasizes routine and predictability. Instead, the author argues, schools need to place students...

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    JAE Editorial: Anchored in Hope Kindergarten-Lifelong
    McGarrell explores the concept of hope, its impact, and how to remain hopeful in trying times. Additional titles in this issue include: The Church School: Where Churches...

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    JAE Editorial: Are You Drawing Pictures? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Some young people believe higher education to be irrelevant, time-consuming, and costly. These are short-sighted views colored by the desire for instant success and the freedom to order one's life according to personal wishes. The classroom teacher can support...

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    JAE Editorial: Becoming the Head - Priorities in Adventist Education Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Referencing the biblical story of Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, Taylor describes the priorities for Christian schools. Articles in this issue include: Education for What? Thoughts on the Purpose and Identity of Adventist...

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    JAE Editorial: Behind the Scenes Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This JAE editorial includes brief descriptions of the people who make the publication a success. Articles in this issue include: The Stranger Within Your Gates Sharing...

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    JAE Editorial: Beyond the Maze - Principles for Adventist Education in a Changing World Kindergarten-Tertiary
    In this editorial, Melgosa explores the question “What do we do with change in education?” Additional articles in this issue include: ​Vaccines: The Power Tool...

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    JAE Editorial: Beyond What Our Eyes Can See Preschool-Tertiary
    As the education of students worldwide has been affected by crises in 2020, students already disadvantaged have been disproportionately impacted. Adventist educators are tasked with providing a faith-based education while ensuring their students know they...

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    JAE Editorial: Big Ideas Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The editor of JAE reports on a new direction for the Journal, which she calls Big Ideas. This is an attempt to help teachers deal with current issues that have moral implications. The articles offer a summary of current research and thinking, teaching...

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    JAE Editorial: Building Up The Culture Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Members of the Adventist church cherish the unique identity of the Adventist movement. Adventists are increasingly adopting nontraditional lifestyles. Teachers advocate openness and trivialize values. Instead the Christian teacher should strengthen the principles...

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    JAE Editorial: By Beholding We are Changed Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Introducing an issue featuring genre studies in writing, this editorial provides an overview of the articles sharing practical applications in Adventist classrooms at various levels. Article titles include: The...

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    JAE Editorial: Called to Lead in Tumultuous Times Kindergarten-Tertiary
    In this guest editorial, the author discusses the substantial amount of tumult the world of education has seen in recent decades and the opportunities these challenges can provide. Additional titles in this issue include: Ten...

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    JAE Editorial: Can Education Help Build a Better Brain? Kindergarten-Grade 8
    An editorial commentary on how developments in brain research impact traditional beliefs held by educators, such as the appropriate time a child should learn to read, write, or perform other developmental tasks. Brain research offers insight into not only...

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    JAE Editorial: Challenging Cultural Concepts Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Beverly Rumble's editorial notes that the Christian school system is the ideal place to begin teaching tolerance since at its core rests the commission to carry the gospel to every nation, kindred, tongue, and people. As the Adventist church becomes more diverse,...

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    JAE Editorial: Character Builders Kindergarten-Lifelong
    One of the main purposes of Christian education is to build characters for heaven. Hamlet Canosa uses the example of Samuel, Eli, Elkanah, Hannah, and Eli's sons, Hofni and Phinehas, to demonstrate the importance of educators, parents, and leaders working...

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    JAE Editorial: Choosing to Stand Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Dulan prompts readers to consider the impact of not speaking up on committees or boards. When members of committees and boards choose not to share their own ideas or rightly speak out regarding the perspectives of those they represent, their participation...

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    JAE Editorial: Church Accreditation, Relevant or Unnecessary? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Does Adventist accreditation have a valid place in the changing educational environment? Andrea Luxton believes that the new face of Adventist higher education gives our church's accreditation process even more immediacy and relevance. Articles included in...

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    JAE Editorial: Clarifying the Mission, Renewing the System Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Fritz Guy, guest editor, invites the reader to reflect on God's will for Adventist education with reference to quality, adequate facilities and good teachers. Religious commitment is a reason for good education. Variety must not be confused with quality. Under...

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    JAE Editorial: Come Apart and Rest Awhile Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Thanks to technological advances, communication is rising at a staggering rate. These opportunities create an increasing demand for our time. Titled Come Apart and Rest This editorial suggests we intentionally find moments of silence to recharge, reflect,...

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    JAE Editorial: Confessing God as Creator Kindergarten-Lifelong
    John M. Fowler shares insights on why continual contemplation of the creation story in Genesis 1 is so important to Christian education. Articles included in this issue: Still Teaching After Two Millennia:...

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    JAE Editorial: Cooperative Learning - An Opportunity with Eternal Value Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this special issue on cooperative learning, Jim Roy discusses the importance of cooperative learning in furthering the mission of our church. Teachers are asked to imagine what our school system could accomplish if every student is taught to work well with...

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    JAE Editorial: Curveballs and Lemonade - Surviving Change in Difficult Times Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This issue is designed to “inspire you and stimulate ideas for improving instruction, nurturing spiritual growth in your schools, and connecting with the communities in which your schools exist.” Articles include: What...

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    JAE Editorial: Drug Abuse Grade 5-Lifelong
    This special edition of JAE handling drug abuse suggests that in spite of expectations that the school's location, the health message and religion should provide immunity from substance abuse, youth in Adventist schools are affected. The traditional approach...

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    JAE Editorial: Early Childhood Education Preschool-Grade 1
    In this guest editorial, Linda Caviness addresses the importance of focussing on early childhood education. This issue provides information for early childhood educators, while affirming the importance of the mother as the primary educator. Articles include:...

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    JAE Editorial: Educated -- To What End? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Omission of values education from the university curriculum has led to the fracturing of knowledge and unpreparedness to address the issues technology has presented. A worldview of a personal God and Creation-Redeemer is needed to challenge us to better living,...

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    JAE Editorial: Educating for Eternity Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This is an exciting year for Adventist education! This editorial describes the Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Conferences taking place around the globe. Additional articles in this issue include: The...

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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: Ellen White Said - Dispelling Myths and Reaffirming Faith Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The author describes how a dreaded class ended up giving her "not only knowledge of the gift of prophecy, but also a balanced perspective on Ellen White’s writings in relationship to the Scriptures, a deeper appreciation for her writings and her...

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    JAE Editorial: Enhancing the Quality of Bible Teaching Preschool-Grade 12
    This editorial addresses the need for quality Bible teachers in the classroom. Up-to-date curriculum, books, and mandatory religion classes in schools can serve as an important tool for ministry and growth within a school. Articles in this issue include:

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    JAE Editorial: Eternity in Our Sight Preschool-Tertiary
    "This special issue of The Journal of Adventist Education (JAE) is part of a long-standing tradition. Each quinquennium, a special General Conference issue featuring education reports from each division of the Seventh-day Adventist world church...

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    JAE Editorial: Finding Our Stride Tertiary-Lifelong
    Andreasen discusses the strength of Adventist colleges and universities in that these serve a church with a fundamental commitment to education. Becoming a Seventh-day Adventist implies education. He raises issues such as too many campuses, too few resources,...

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    JAE Editorial: From AIDS to Adolescent Fitness Kindergarten-Lifelong
    An overview of the range of topics addressed in this special edition on health and Seventh-day Adventist schools. The editors include previously unpublished research done in Adventist schools on issues from adolescent fitness to teachers personal health. Articles...

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    JAE Editorial: Geography - The Handmaiden of Missions Kindergarten-Lifelong
    A globally knowledgeable church is a mission minded church. Victor S. Griffiths suggests that global mission is fueled by members who are aware of the challenges facing societies around the world. Articles in this issue include: Geography:...

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    JAE Editorial: Getting Out the Good Word! Tertiary-Lifelong
    This special issue of JAE compiles and shares presentations made by the presidents of North American Division colleges and universities on the special character of Adventist higher education. These speeches were made at the Higher Education Colloquium in Angwin,...

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

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    JAE 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: Health and Beauty - Learning to Be Human Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This editorial reflects on what it takes to have a healthy body and a healthy mind, both important to educating the whole person. Articles in this issue include: Awakening Aesthetic Awareness

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    JAE Editorial: History Is Not Bunk Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Questions are raised about the student's attitude to history. History is more than recalling dates. The historical narrative of the Bible provides us with an understanding of God, His dealings with and hopes for His children. Both secular and religious history...

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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: In Praise of Impracticality Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this editorial from the JAE special science issue, Dr. Edwin Karlow explains that the best education balances instruction in theory with practical applications in many disciplines, particularly in science. Practical also means growing fresh new ideas. Articles...

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    JAE Editorial: Introducing the New Team and Game Plan Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Beardsley introduces the new Seventh-day Adventist General Conference education leadership team, including four newly appointed members and six continuing members. She briefly outlines a four-point game plan for the new quinquennium, which focuses on 1) Adventist...

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    JAE Editorial: Is Adventist Education Worth It? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "Should this vision of mission be lost, there would be no reason for our schools to exist," states Garland Dulan in this thought provoking editorial on the characteristics of "Redemption Oriented Schools of Excellence" or ROSE. Dulan provides...

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

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    JAE Editorial: Looking at A.D. 2000 Grade 5-Lifelong
    This JAE special issue on technology and education suggests that changes within American society, particulary in technology, must be addressed by Adventist schools. The Truth must be presented through technology in a skillful and artful way. Articles in this...

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    JAE Editorial: Making Sense of Mathematics Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Has the traditional curricula of elementary mathematics classes shortchanged students? Beverly Rumble's editorial addresses this question and much more in this JAE issue dedicated to mathematics. Articles in this issue include: A...

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    JAE Editorial: Managing for Eternity Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Victor Griffiths lists the ways that doctrines affirm the believer. These same objectives can be made a distinctive part of the global purpose of the Christian educator to prevent secular drift. In the year of the SDA teacher, the distinctiveness of true Christian...

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    JAE Editorial: Mathematics Education Kindergarten-Grade 12
    In this special issue on math education, national concerns about education are confronted in the specific context of math education, the dwindling number of qualified teachers, and the adequate preparation of students in SDA schools. Articles in...

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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 Editorial: Memories Etched in Stone Kindergarten-Tertiary
    In this editorial, the author reflects on the power of stories, especially God's. Additional articles in this issue include: Don't Forget to Remember Pieces...

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    JAE Editorial: Moving Forward Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Humberto Rasi reports on Beverly Robinson-Rumble's appointment as the first woman editor of the JAE. Her 20-year service as a staff member of the JAE as well as her background in teaching and editing denominational textbooks is important. The JAE will expand...

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    JAE Editorial: Multi-Level Partnering in Adventist Education Preschool-Lifelong
    Dulan considers the causes of reluctance to collaborate across levels of Adventist education, and outlines the advantages to colleges/universities partnering with secondary and/or primary schools.

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    JAE Editorial: Narcissus and Christ in Adventist Education Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Is the approach in Adventist education to apocalypse, discipline, recreation, and church life, causing the youth to be apathetic? Motivating the youth to find meaning requires being intentionally Christian rather than narcissistic or self-serving. Articles...

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    JAE Editorial: Navigating a New Path Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The articles in this issue present a variety of perspectives, each one an example of undertaking something new, facing risks, and carving a new path. Articles in this edition include the following titles: Genetically...

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    JAE Editorial: Of Many -- One People Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The vision of a 'finished work' shaped the early church's growing consciousness that its task embraced the variety of cultures and the world family. In 1985, the NAD curriculum committee adopted guidelines on multicultural awareness, which are featured in...

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    JAE Editorial: One Small Suggestion and the Making of a Giant Preschool-Lifelong
    "The story of Moses, a familiar one among Bible students, is a example of God's powerful intervention and direction in the lives of His children."Additional articles in this issue include: Nurturing...

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    JAE Editorial: Passionate About the Possibilities Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Andrea Luxton writes that the power and potential of Adventist education rests in partnership with God. From her early experiences as a child imitating her teacher parents, to her role as an administrator, Luxton testifies to the power that comes from educators...

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    JAE Editorial: Pathways to Excellence Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Guest editor Erma Lee describes the new reading program for the North American Division. Pathways: Journey to Excellence Through Literacy is a reading program adapted from the Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company's core program and developed specifically...

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    JAE Editorial: Philip and the Minister Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The story in Acts about Philip and the Ethiopian minister of finance provides valuable insight for teachers. Some insights include: the Holy Spirit is the crucial guide in reaching our students; we are to join students in their journeys; we should guide our...

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    JAE Editorial: Possibilities Ahead Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Calvin Rock expresses his convictions about the importance of education to the church's welfare. The Adventist Review and the Integration of Faith and Learning Institute are discussed. Scholarship programs and endowments, a strong elementary and secondary...

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    JAE Editorial: Preparing Administrators for the 21st Century Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Addresses the need within the Seventh-day Adventist Church for young, committed leaders, willing to be trained for service in various positions: principals, superintendents, academic deans, or directors of education. Articles include: Servant-Leadership-A...

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    JAE Editorial: Reading, 'Riting, and Recruiting Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Gene Edelbach's editorial addresses current enrollment concerns in Adventist elementary schools, academies, colleges and universities throughout the North American Division, and states that the goal and challenge for educators should be to double the number...

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    JAE Editorial: Reasons Why We Should Cease and Desist From Interschool Sports Grade 7-Grade 12
    George Akers discusses reasons why inter-school sports is unacceptable: it goes against the inspired counsels; it imitates the secular schools; instead of traditional work/witness/service mission of SDA education it reorganizes the schools around the play;...

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    JAE Editorial: Remember the Wonders He Has Done Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This guest editorial reflects on how God's plans for our lives aren't always exactly what we expect, but put us right where we need to be. Additional articles in this issue include: Does Teaching About...

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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: Roots and Wings Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Could problems with retention and finances be related to the amount of time our schools spend nurturing students? Religion classes and worships do not mean that personal needs are being met. This editorial advocates creating a positive school environment,...

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    JAE Editorial: School Boards--A Key Role Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Administration and leadership in Adventist education is the focus of this special issue. Rasi notes that an educational institution's stability, continuity, and success are risk without the support of its board. This editorial outlines and summarizes the role...

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    JAE Editorial: Seeds that Bear Fruit Lifelong
    A teacher's job is much more than teaching reading and writing, but also sowing the seed that will grow to form the characters of the students.

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    JAE Editorial: Service Learning Makes a Difference Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Reaching the goal of service-oriented schools will require changes in our schools. These changes include a model which is Christ-centered rather than liberal-arts based, administrators involved in more than plant and personnel management, teachers who are...

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    JAE Editorial: Speak Up, Annalee! Creating Safe Places for Students to Thrive Kindergarten-Tertiary
    A fast-paced, robust classroom full of conversation, activity, and creativity can be a great learning environment, but what if some students find it stressful? Additional articles in this issue include: ​Feedback...

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    JAE Editorial: Spirituality - Rituals and Relationships Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The author introduces the featured topic of education and spirituality. Beyond instilling biblical knowledge, educators should model spiritual living in order to help their students to desire and build a personal experience with God. Articles include:

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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: Survival Skills for Multigrade Teachers Kindergarten-Grade 10
    Hartlein shares encouragement to teachers in one- and two-room schools. Articles in this issue: Scholastic Olympics Make Learning Fun The...

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    JAE Editorial: Teachers - The People Who Make the Difference in Adventist Education Kindergarten-Tertiary
    "The articles in this issue showcase a variety of interests and are authored by individuals passionate about providing quality Adventist education that is Bible-based, kingdom-directed, and service-oriented, with Christ at the center." Article...

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    JAE Editorial: Teachers Touching Eternity Through Their Students Tertiary-Lifelong
    This special issue is dedicated to the exploration of Honors programs in the Adventist system of higher education in the North American Division. The articles in this issue, by Adventist Honors program directors or former directors, all seek to enlarge our...

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    JAE Editorial: The 21st-Century Library - A Critical Component of Our Educational Mission Kindergarten-Tertiary
    In this special issue on Adventist school libraries, Malcolm Russell discusses the transformation of libraries in the 21st-century and the importance of libraries to the accomplishment of the educational mission. Articles in this issue include:

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    JAE Editorial: The Adventist School Principal - From Listening to Leadership Grade 1-Lifelong
    This JAE editorial features the team who make this publication a success. Articles in this issue include:Leading From the Sanctified Heart The...

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    JAE Editorial: The Challenge of Integrity Lifelong
    This editorial explores the character trait of integrity as transparent honesty and consistent truthfulness, being faithful advocates of the gospel in the way we teach, serve on a committee, administer, discipline and interact with colleagues and students. Articles...

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    JAE Editorial: The Future Is Ours to Create Tertiary-Lifelong
    In this editorial, Madgwick addresses the challenges Adventist colleges and universities face, noting similarities to challenges faced by many non-Adventist colleges and universities. Madgwick suggests that progress can be made through prayerfully engaging...

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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 Journal Needs YOU Kindergarten-Lifelong
    What sorts of articles appeal to you? In this editorial, the Journal of Adventist Education outlines its mission as the only publication that integrates faith and learning from a Seventh-day Adventist Christian perspective. The journal seeks to provide relevant...

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    JAE Editorial: The Nicest Work Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This guest editorial acknowledges both the nice and difficult sides of teaching. Articles in this issue include: Building a Culture of Trust: An Imperative for Effective School Leadership

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    JAE Editorial: The Past and Future of Adventist Nursing Tertiary-Lifelong
    This special issue of The Journal of Adventist Education focuses on Adventist nursing education. In their editorial, Jones and Ramal look at the legacy and future of Adventist nursing. Additional articles include: A...

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    JAE Editorial: The Power of a Small School - Taste It Again for the First Time Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Adventism began its educational system with small schools; Brewer urges us to continue with small schools as an effective way of reaching students. Articles in this issue include the following titles: Choosing...

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    JAE Editorial: The Relevance of Feelings Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Recent movements encourage getting in touch with one's feelings and to acknowledge the feelings and experiences of minorities in a white male society. Education must include the personal, the experiential, the sensuous, and the poetic. Articles in...

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    JAE Editorial: The Risk and the Promise: A Moment of Truth Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Gordon Madgwick writes about the challenges facing Adventist education on the cusp of the 1990s. He outlines the establishment of Project Affirmation as a means of addressing change. Articles in this issue include: Reclaiming...

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    JAE Editorial: The Same Mission Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Enrique Bacerra's editorial notes that Adventist churches and schools share the same two-fold mission: telling others about what Jesus has done and preparing them for His return. This mission should be clear in four areas of development within Adventist colleges,...

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    JAE Editorial: The Stewardship of Boardsmanship Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Osborn shares six biblical principles of members of school boards or trustees of higher education. Articles included in this issue: Principals and Boards: A Team The...

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    JAE Editorial: The Task Ahead Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In assessing the figures of the last fifty years, Rasi notes that while membership in Adventist churches is increasing, enrollment in Adventist schools is decreasing. This editorial offers comment on how the Adventist church can address the current trend and...

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    JAE Editorial: The Teacher's Role in Student Resiliency Tertiary
    This editorial from the JAE special on higher education looks at how the presence of caring adults in the life of a young person contributes to resiliency. Articles in this issue include: Providing...

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

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    JAE Editorial: The Uniqueness of Adventist Education Preschool-Lifelong
    General Conference Education Director Garland Dulan reflects on the challenges facing Adventist education in 2010, and suggests 7 elements that make it stable and unique: its unifying mission, its whole-person development focus, its faith perspective, its...

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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: The World Education Team 2015-2020 Kindergarten-Tertiary
    The October/November 2015 issue of Journal of Adventist Education issue begins with the General Conference Education Director Lisa Beardsley-Hardy introducing The World Education Team 2015-2020 and education...

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    JAE Editorial: Thinkers or Reflectors? - Young Adult Retention, Philosophy, and Adventist Education Grade 11-Tertiary
    In this guest editorial, Yi says that in order to gain competency, students must be exposed to the world of ideas and taught to critically engage them. Articles in this edition include the following titles: Peril...

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    JAE Editorial: Urban Education - A Living Hope Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This issue explores solutions to improving Adventist education in urban settings. Articles in this edition include the following titles: Christian Education in the Urban Setting: Facing Realities and...

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    JAE Editorial: Using Writing to Train Thinkers Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This special writing issue addresses the connection between writing and the highest levels of cognitive processing. In his editorial, Ostrander supports direct-instruction that leads to authentic, purposeful writing activities. Articles in this issue include:...

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    JAE Editorial: We Are Digital! Kindergarten-Tertiary
    In this editorial, learn why the journal transitioned from a physical to a digital magazine. Articles in this issue include: Understanding, Serving and Educating Students...

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    JAE Editorial: What About Science? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This editorial is part of a special issue on Adventist thinking about science and its teaching in denominational schools. James Hayward states that the pursuit of scientific knowledge through research can be carried out under the presupposition that God exists...

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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: Where Have They Gone? Another Changing of the Guard Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Garland Dulan, director of the Education Department of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, introduces readers to Lisa Beardsley, the new Associate Director of Education and Executive Secretary of the Adventist Accrediting Association (AAA). Articles...

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    JAE Editorial: Whole-Souled and Large Hearted Kindergarten-Tertiary
    “Teaching, then, is a sacred act. It is not just about completing lesson plans, grading student work, or supervising students in various activities; it is more than maintaining one’s standing in a given community or enjoying the perks of the profession;...

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    JAE Editorial: Why Teach About Peace? Grade 9-Lifelong
    This editorial frames this special issue on conflict resolution and peacemaking in Adventist education, with the following questions: What is peace? Is it solely the absence of conflict or violence? Is it the same as passivity or inaction? Are our students...

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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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    JAE Editorial: Working Together to Enhance Teaching and Learning Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Timothy Green's editorial explores the benefits of collaboration within the teaching and learning environment and the positive results that come from working together to achieve common goals.

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    Shaping Life Spaces: Adventist Christian Education in the Caribbean Basin Kindergarten-Tertiary
    The author reflects on the role of Christian education in individuals in the Caribbean Area. She mentions that Christian education enables children to grow into adults that are law-abiding citizens with peace, harmony, and love. She states that Christian schools...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 4 Issue 2: Importance of Teachers Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Graeme Perry illustrates the importance of Christian teachers and schools in the prevention of cultural genocide. Articles in this issue are titled: The Place of Play in Twenty-first Century Classrooms: Evidence and Approaches The Revolutions We...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 10 Issue 1: Stories Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Perry introduces this issue of TEACH by looking ahead to some of the articles, which include: Let Me Do It and I Will Learn - Investigating Three...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 10 Issue 2: Too Much Technology? Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Perry briefly discusses pros and cons of the increase in technology usage among students, then describes the other articles in this issue, which include: The...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 11 Issue 1: Worldview Crisis Tertiary-Lifelong
    Is the world in crisis? Despite the claims of a much larger percentage, recent studies revealed only 4% of American adults ages 18-29 hold a biblical worldview! In his editorial, Perry discusses this and other alarming data. Additional articles in this issue...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 12 Issue 1: Neglected Epidemics Tertiary-Lifelong
    Writing of the "neglected epidemic" of Australia's high rate of perinatal deaths, Perry draws a parallel to the loss of youth from Christian belief. Additional articles in this issue include: Traumatic...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 12 Issue 2: Wellbeing Kindergarten-Tertiary
    The overall wellbeing of today's children and adolescents is a concern. In this editorial, Perry introduces a new feature, Wellbeing Notes. Additional articles in this issue include: Watch...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 13 Issue 1: Based on Evidence Kindergarten-Grade 12
    As Perry describes in this editorial, the journal “aims to facilitate collaborative exchange of evidence-based classroom understandings, innovative practice and researched findings.” Additional articles in this issue include: Does...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 13 Issue 2: A Bigger Boat Kindergarten-Tertiary
    What is our anxious, modern world lacking? What place do values hold? In his editorial, Graeme Perry describes the need of a bigger and better boat, a salvation ark. Additional articles in this issue include: In...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 14 Issue 2 Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This editorial discusses the unprecedented year of 2020. Additional articles in this issue include: Rethinking Learning in a Lockdown: The Coronavirus...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 15 Issue 1 Tertiary-Lifelong
    "This editorial discusses the climate change crisis and how recognition of the climate change crisis has forced the issue to transform from a political, ideological disruptor to a socially discussed opportunity for making a personal difference for the...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 15 Issue 2 Kindergarten-Tertiary
    In this editorial, Perry concludes that as educators, we should "seize the opportunity to engage with expansive views, listen if ‘rocks cry out’, and feel the warmth of the Son. Avoid drawing down the blinds to focus only on the comfortable...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 4 Issue 1: Delightful Classrooms Tertiary-Lifelong
    Hibbard highlights the natural delight of children and gives ideas on how to create delightful classrooms. Articles in this issue include these titles: Culturally Relevant Approaches to Classroom Management The Friendship Factor EH&S Issues Introducing...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 5 Issue 2: Amazement Tertiary-Lifelong
    The editor reflects on the feeling of amazement, and the lasting effects it can have. Articles in this issue include: The National Professional Standards for Teachers: Towards an Authentic Integrating Domain for Teachers in Christian Schools International...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 6 Issue 1: Balance Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Guest Editor Sherry Hattingh writes about the meaning and importance of balance in life. Articles in this issue are titled: To Be or Not to Be Kind Hands, Kind Feet A Western Plains Boy’s Diary: Aspects of Outback Life in the 1930s, Through...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 6 Issue 2: The Fascinating Future Grade 7-Tertiary
    Perry wonders if our students will "become immersed in an individualistic indulgent future aspiring to be gods, or will they, by choice, emerge into a Spirit formed, passionately committed God-likeness that is gifted, and lives compassionately."...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 7 Issue 2: Teacher Burnout Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Perry write of the feelings of discouragement and burnout many early career teachers feel, which affects their interactions with students and lowers the quality of their teaching. Articles in this issue are titled: Reflection: The Value-adding Component...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 8 Issue 1: Missionaries Kindergarten-Grade 12
    In this editorial, Perry writes of historical attitudes toward Protestant missionaries. He then points out that every classroom is a mission field. Articles in this issue are titled: On Interdisciplinary Learning "Knowing Well" in the Classroom:...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 8 Issue 2: Selflessness Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Perry reflects on the selflessness exhibited by the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize winners for their work "against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education." He applies these same goals to the work of teachers....

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 9 Issue 1: Death and Life Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Although death has become a preoccupying theme in society, Perry suggests focusing on stories of life. In this issue, authors promote a positive radicalization, transforming for good. Articles include: The Tough Gig - Being Salt and Light Museums...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 9 Issue 2: God is God Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Perry introduces this issue of TEACH after reflecting on the testimony of folk singer Joan Baez. Articles include: Doing Twice as Much Maths in Half the Time - Implementing Scrum Methodology in a Year 7 Mathematics Classroom Developing Autonomy...

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    Veja's Editorial Vision Revealed Between the Lines and in the Cover and in Yellow Page Headings Tertiary
    This article intends to show the methods employed by Veja magazine in order to materialize its editorial policy. Breaking paradigms and journalistic concepts, the magazine does not hesitate to opine between the lines of its reports. Its editors and reporters...