Memories Etched in Stone
We are known by our stories—the stories we tell about ourselves, and those that are told about us. We selectively craft narratives that help us construct frameworks within which we navigate the world.
Don’t Forget to Remember
Medical reasons are not the only cause of memory loss. The apparent indifference toward learning and the inability of some students to remember what they study in school are often tied to causes that teachers can control.
Pieces of Memory: Pioneers of Adventist Education in Brazil
It is the purpose of this article is to share stories of three Adventist educational pioneers, who throughout their struggles and at the end of their days, were victorious, having persevered in the faith to overcome monumental obstacles in establishing schools in Brazil.
Oral History in the Classroom:
Integrating Faith, Learning, and Service
The secondary-level history teacher will often hear students repeat the mantra, “I am just bad at history,” or “History is so boring,” and the college classroom is no different. The reality is that no one is “bad at history.”
Readers Theatre in the Classroom:
Using Puppets and Scripts to Improve Reading Fluency
On a 2005 fact-finding trip to Sabah, East Malaysia, three colleagues and I—who were also delivering in-service sessions, books, and other teaching materials to the Seventh-day Adventist primary schools there—found that the teachers wanted puppets and scripts to use in teaching English to their students, all of whom spoke Dusun and Bahasa Malaysia
Engaging Head, Hand, and Heart:
Lessons From a Caribbean Social-work Degree Program
The wholistic development of students is the bedrock of Seventh-day Adventist education. The Adventist philosophy of education encapsulates this intent, as it promotes the expectation that students will not only grow intellectually, but also spiritually and physically as a result of each course of study.
Developmental Stages in the Educational Preparation of Effective Leaders
One of the fundamental purposes of education is to prepare young people to be effective leaders in academia, business, church, government, and in various fields of professional and practical life.
Fun for Everyone!
STEM events provide students with opportunities to see and interact with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) in fun and engaging ways, stimulating their curiosity and interest.