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    Adventist Secondary Teachers Concepts of Education - Comparative Aspects Between the United States and Japan Tertiary
    Purpose. The purpose of this study was to examine the similarities and differences in SDA secondary educators' concepts of education in the United States and Japan, regarding evaluation of their teaching and their self-esteem. Procedure. A questionnaire was...

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    Attitudes, Beliefs and Perceptions of Seventh-day Adventist Secondary School Educators in the Philippines Tertiary
    Purpose. This study undertook to determine in quantifiable terms the attitudes, beliefs, and perceptions of the 295 educators of the secondary schools operated by the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) church in the Philippines. It endeavored to assess the educators'...

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    Book Review - A Place Called School Grade 9-Grade 12
    Hilde analyzes John Goodlad's classic on school improvement and change, A Place Called School, from an Adventist perspective. Hilde comments on many aspects of Goodlad's book such as recommendations for curriculum improvement and back to basics versus...

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    Building Bridges - A Teacher and a Pastor Dialogue about Discipleship Kindergarten-Lifelong
    A teacher and a pastor discuss how education and pastoring overlap extensively in the area of discipleship. Educators would benefit from pastoral approaches and pastors would benefit from broadening their instructional approaches and understanding.

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    Do They Understand What I Just Taught? Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This 2012 NAD presentation focuses on formative assessment ideas and techniques to assist teachers in determining if their students understand a developing concept. An assessment technique can cue the instructor to adjust, reteach, or enrich a given lesson...

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    Ellen White and Fiction - a Closer Look Tertiary
    Consider the circumstances that surrounded Ellen White's caution the reading and teaching of fiction within the Adventist education system.

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    Issues and Alternatives in Educational Philosophy Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "Knight's introductory textbook offers a survey of philosophies and philosophic issues in education and presents educational theories, from scholasticism to educational anarchism, that have existed throughout time. Part I touches on basic issues in philosophy...

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    Layers of Significance Theory (LST): What Christian educators can do to encourage students to make positive moral choices Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Layers of Significance Theory (LST) suggests that the basic motivation for people is the need to be of significance. The theory identifies nine layers of significance. These are not stages through which one passes, but cumulative layers giving individuals...

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    Making Teachers More Effective Tertiary-Lifelong
    Education research seems to point to "more of the same" with respect to teacher and learner roles - more homework, more standardization, more testing. T. Nkungula suggests that the time has come to go beyond mere discipline driven objectives and...

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    Philosophy and Education - An Introduction in Christian Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    George Knight examines the nature of philosophy and education, philosophic issues in education, traditional and modern philosophies and education, the postmodern impulse, contemporary theories of education, analytic philosophy, the necessity of building a...