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    A narrative case study describing the support culture for the change process in a small parochial, boarding secondary school Grade 8-Grade 12
    Problem: History acknowledges that change in education is difficult. Literature suggests that the educational system plays a critical role in individual school-change initiatives. Educators need to seek for better understanding of the influence that...

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    Apply the Book Education in the 21st Century Kindergarten-Grade 12
    How can we apply the principles found in the book Education today? And what does a school look like that did this? This presentation will show a process to convert an Adventist school into an Education education. It will also show actual artifacts...

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    Attention! Choppers in the Compound - A Regional Solution to a National Problem Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "The first step in fixing the Adventist education system is providing medics, not a new hospital. The problems the system faces are diverse and unique to individual schools and, at this point, no grandiose organizational restructuring can provide solutions...

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    Computer-mediatedTeaching - Pedagogical and Linguistic Changes Tertiary
    The purpose of this article is to point out some pedagogical and linguistic changes that may occur in the teaching/learning process in the digital context. A clearer understanding of the nature of these issues will help us to base proposals that aim to explore...

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    Educational Design Theory: Theory development of an Adventist learning environment design process Tertiary-Lifelong
    "For decades, educational change has been a topic of controversy with representative thought from nearly every conceivable perspective. While attempts at public and private school reform have provided guidance for practitioners as to the way that schools...

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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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    Reflection on Seventh-day Adventist Education in the Pennsylvania Conference Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Reflecting on his experience as a teacher and educational leader, Morgan identifies issues and shares ways he is addressing these to build Adventist education in Pennsylvania. Paper submitted for consideration to the Adventist...

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    Teacher response to curriculum change in an Australian non-government school system. Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The purpose of this study is to identify and analyse the nature of teacher resistance to the introduction of the first three 'God Is Like This' curriculum documents in Seventh-day Adventist schools in Australia. This research is 'Decision Oriented...

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    The Five Percent Solution: Making the VISION Viable Again Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Thambi reviews challenges to Adventist K-12 schools in North America currently. He then proposes a three-step solution to funding schools, continuing the same vision, into the 21st century: 1. Fund Adventist education with additional tithe funds 2....

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    The Renaissance Network Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation discusses an initiative of the Alumni Awards Foundation, a nonprofit organization working to improve Adventist K-12 education in North America. The Renaissance Network is an initiative that improves the level of excellence in schools by providing leadership, resources and training.

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    The Role of Indoctrination in the Educational Process in Light of the Context of the 1980s and 1990s Tertiary
    The purpose of this study is to contribute to a clearer understanding of the use of indoctrination in the educational process, verifying first its etymological genesis over time in order to evaluate its applicability in the educational context. its etymological...