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Classroom Management

Take a look at our favorite resources on classroom management, collected and reviewed by CIRCLE.

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Como estruturar aulas que favoreçam a aprendizagem?

Na relação dos pressupostos, avalie como são suas aulas. Você pode ampliar a aprendizagem dos seus alunos?

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The Art of Building Character Through Education

The question was intended to assess meaning in life, and 91 percent of our grads said they believed they did make the world better.

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Teacher Training Resources for Principals

Take a look at our favorite teacher training resources for principals, collected and reviewed by CIRCLE.

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Personalized Learning

Take a look at our favorite resources on personalized learning, collected and reviewed by CIRCLE.

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Rocks and the Rock of Ages

He knows that nothing is more valuable to a Christian educator than a knowledge of Himself, the lodestone that keeps us all focused on things…

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JAE January 2017

Titled We Are Digital!, the editorial shares the reasoning and methods for the Journal of Adventist Education’s transition from a physical to an all-digital magazine.

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Failure!!!

Don’t give up, even if you feel like a failure!

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Nurturing Real Growth: Christian Discipline

We need to take the time to listen. Adventist educators seek to follow God’s example in all we do.

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Engaging Parents

Take a look at our favorite resources on engaging with parents, collected and reviewed by CIRCLE.

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NAD Education News: Fall 2016

This quarter, North American Division publications included the following articles that may be of interest to Adventist educators. Enjoy reading!

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JAE October 2016

How does the Queen of Sheba relate to Adventist schools today? J. Wesley Taylor V tells you in his editorial titled Becoming the Head: Priorities…

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