Premières Influences : Gages de Résilience Spirituelle Future

La question du baptême des élèves dans les institutions adventistes doit nous interpeller dans un monde où les vertus chrétiennes sont en grand péril.

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Facing the Great Battle

Every time we step into our classrooms, we get a bigger sense of this reality and the spiritual battle before us.

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¿La sal de la tierra?

La sal que se derrama día a día en nuestros colegios adventistas alrededor del mundo es un regalo que viene de Cristo directamente a nuestras…

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Innovación en educación infantil

La experiencia con la robótica educativa ha sido exitosa ya que los alumnos manifestaban un alto índice de motivación con esta práctica.

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Examining Images on Africa in the West

Begin by including in your conversations language to irritate and subvert common stereotypes about Africa, both in and outside the classroom.

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Why Study Art History?

Why study art history? Before tackling this necessary question, it may be worthwhile to reflect on another prerequisite question, so we may have an even…

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5 Ways to Travel Beyond Stereotypes

Make your time in a new country a reality check on stereotypes; be open to new learning adventures.

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Why Learn Another Language?

I originally hated studying the English language! Now I love it and have found many benefits of learning a second language.

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Limits of Self-Evaluation

Mistakes can become our “friends”, because they show exactly, where we have to dig deeper and rethink, if we want to move forward.

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School for Life

By encouraging connections and skills for our students, and by showing interest in them and their lives.

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What a Saucepan Can Teach About Redemption – Part 2

Sin was not in God’s original plan. But his plan of redemption was prepared even before the problem had occurred.

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Pedagogical Bridges

The professional development of teachers goes through unique and distinct experiences, which must regularly be shared as means of incentive and motivation for others.

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