Call for Manuscripts – Mental Wellness & Trauma-Informed Pedagogy

We welcome articles that contain practical applications for Adventist education in theory, practice, and research that could be useful for the international readership of JAE.

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Redefining School Chaplaincy – Part 1

Chaplains in Australian Adventist schools continue to battle against a cultural narrative that is “hostile to Christianity.” In his book Mission Shift, Kayle B. De…

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Connecting Learning to the Real World – Part 4

In this series, we have been exploring how teachers can use technology to facilitate meaningful, real-world experiences for their students. In this final blogpost, we…

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Educación más allá del Aula

“Porque tuve hambre, y me disteis de comer; tuve sed, y me disteis de beber; fui forastero, y me recogisteis” Mateo 25:35. El educador adventista…

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10 Steps to Meaningful Memorization

With so much information at our fingertips through internet-connected devices, is memorization an outdated learning strategy? Yes and no. Foundational knowledge—such as addition facts—and key…

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Connecting Learning to the Real World – Part 3

In this article, we will explore one of the most timeless methods of achieving this, through “pen pals”.

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Building Systems to Optimize Faculty Development

A system is “an organized or established procedure” that can be used to optimize academic pursuits. Systems are created by maximizing our most valuable non-renewable…

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Connecting Learning to the Real World – Part 2

Part 1 of this series highlighted the importance of connecting learning to the real world. The post described four key skills essential for student success…

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Dialogue Volume 35, Number 3

Designed for university students and young professionals, Volume 35, Number 3 of College and University Dialogue is now available online.

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A Spiritual Transformation: Breaking Free From Addiction

When I joined the University of Eastern Africa, Baraton (UEAB), I was addicted to alcohol, bhang, cigarettes, miraa, and gambling. I enrolled in the university…

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Connecting Learning to the Real World – Part 1

Today’s students are preparing to be contributing citizens in an increasingly connected, complex, and global society. They encounter rapid growth in the areas of technology…

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Inspiración y Ayuda para Otros Profesores

“Mejores son dos que uno; porque tienen mejor paga de su trabajo. Porque si cayeren, el uno levantará a su compañero; pero ¡ay del solo! que…

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