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L’évaluation des enseignants selon la théorie du choix

L e segment de la réforme scolaire où le changement a pris le plus de temps est celui de l’évaluation du corps enseignant professionnel.

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Learning with the Protestant Reformation

As Adventist educators we can become involved in the 500 years celebration of Luther’s Protest (1517-2017).

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What are Adventist Universities Producing?

Are Adventist universities pleasing the system and producing young people according the pattern of this world or according to God’s heart?

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Helping Struggling Readers Succeed in the Classroom

There are 5 components to literacy: phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, & comprehension.

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Improving the Flow of Writing Workshops

Writing is hard work, but setting up a routine and maintaining the right atmosphere makes a difference.

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Fostering the Connection Between Pastor and Teacher

What would it be like to start practicing the “one body” collaboration between pastor and teacher?

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Cultural Learning Through Pen Pals

Pen pal writing allows my students a window into someone else’s life.

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La Educación de Jesus

Los verdaderos hijos de Dios se educan para servir; y sirviendo abnegadamente desarrollan el carácter del Gran Maestro Jesucristo.

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Discipleship in a Fragmented World

As educators we’re not called to draw a following to ourselves. We are to point people to Jesus through our actions and words.

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The Flexible Educator

Flexibility is central for the success of teachers and the learning of their students.

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Communicating with Your Community

The truth is that your community doesn’t mind your methods so much as it wants to hear from you a) regularly, b) honestly, c) personally,…

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Facing the Unknown: Advice for Teachers Entering a New School

Being a teacher in a new school is not easy. The most important thing you can do is to keep your faith strong in God,…

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