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Spiritual Growth: Small Dreams Large Enough to Live By

An Adventist Educator reflects on education and spiritual growth, drawing on experiences in the classroom and suggesting goals.

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The Essential Question and Higher Order Thinking

Rapidly changing demands in the workplace have led to the need for a new kind of school graduate conversant with higher order thinking.

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Why Adventist Education?

Ellen White spoke about three distinct pillars that support each other and offer a unique value proposition in Adventist Education.

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Let the ‘Hopeless’ Students Come Too

In the 21st century Adventist school classroom environment, Adventist school instructors can be challenged with the learning of many students who confront our status quo.…

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The Effect of Faith Development Activities on School Climate

It could be said of Adventist Education, that it exists to ensure students leave our campuses with a curiosity that engages the world around them,…

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What to Do When God Says No

I grew up, like many of you, reading lots of Uncle Arthur Bedtime Stories. Stories that showed when you pray things get fixed, found, protected…

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TEACH Volume 13, Issue 2

What is our anxious modern world lacking? What place do values hold? In his editorial, Graeme Perry describes the need of a bigger and better…

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Discipline: Growing Our Students

As teachers, we are given a special honor and privilege, which is our students. At the tender age of five, or even less, these innocent…

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Accept the Individual, Not the Behaviour

Shane had remarried and had other children, but still felt a sense of obligation to the children from his first marriage. Tobacco smoke was his…

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Improving Outcomes Through Student-Centred Learning

It’s not surprising to find a school that is focused on student learning these days. Even still, student learning is an area that we can…

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Send Consistent Signals

I was travelling home by plane recently and a stressed young family came aboard and then sat across the aisle from me. They had two…

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Model Repentance

“It is him or me!” The Physical Education teacher glared at me and spat out the words. It had been a quiet afternoon with the…

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