Middle East and North Africa

Teach to the Test, Then Teach Some More

Education is not a rigid system that penalizes those who understand things differently. Education is transformation through learning.

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Creating a Meme Culture

True teaching is more than delivering subject matter to students. One teacher shares her thoughts and experiences on wholistic teaching.

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Using Technology to Enhance Students’ Learning Experience

While there is immeasurable value in putting away the smartphone and challenging the mind through in-class interaction, there is a place for electronics in the…

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Mentoring Third Culture Kids

A third-culture kid is one who grows up in a different culture from the culture that his or her parents grew up in.

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The Courage to Clash

Conflict in communication is often perceived as negative, but it can serve a purpose if we are able to accomplish three objectives.

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Communication and Cooperation Between Teachers and Students

How can we as teachers develop trust and open communication with our pupils?

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Leading Out of Loss

Though identity insecurity may not clearly manifest itself till their higher education experience, TCKs need support much earlier.

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Transformational Teachers

As an Adventist teacher, have you chosen to be accountable to God for your impact on each student?

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Salvation is His Ultimate Goal

Similarly, when we choose to follow God’s teaching, He eagerly accompanies each one of us personally, step by step, in our daily lives.

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