JAE 2022-4

Volume 84, Issue 4 (2022) of The Journal of Adventist Education is now available online.

The Journal of Adventist Education August 28, 2023

Kicking off this issue of The Journal of Adventist Education (JAE) with an impactful editorial titled Do You Know the Shepherd’s Voice?, Faith-Ann McGarrell reflects on a simulation in which students were led astray by voices they trusted. She then draws parallels to the assault on education today. Additional articles include:

Teaching With the “Affect Turn” in Mind: Connecting Theory with Practice by Patricia Schmidt Costa
“Understanding affect is fundamental to helping learners understand why they have certain feelings, and is essential in today’s classroom.”

Color in the Elementary School Classroom: Educating Children About Race by George Ashley and Cameile Henry
“Next to parents, teachers have the most influence on a child’s perspective of the world, making it a ‘moral and ethical’ responsibility to ensure that children have a proper understanding of our world, which includes racial issues.”

A Call to Nurture Resilient Faith in Adventist Education by Shawna Vyhmeister
“Adventist educators and education professionals must prepare students to face a secular world that is increasingly and openly hostile to Christianity. Our Adventist schools must address how we prepare students to face this secular world independently after they graduate. If we do not, who will? This article first documents the depths of the problem and then lays out some of the things that Adventist educators can do about it.”

The Pedagogy of Jesus: Lessons for Teaching in Luke 24:13-43 by André Vasconcelos
“Educators working in Adventist institutions can learn much from the Master Teacher and the two disciples on the road to Emmaus. After reviewing the passage in Luke 24:13 to 43 and analyzing some of the main characteristics of Jesus’ teaching approach in this passage, at least three lessons can be highlighted for educators teaching in Adventist institutions.”

How to Afford an Adventist Education: Opportunities in Literature Evangelism by Almir Marroni
“Literature evangelism allows teenagers and young adults to serve and feel useful. It helps create a sense of purpose in life. We praise God for the youth worldwide who have engaged in literature evangelism and pray that many others will accept the call to join this powerful army and take advantage of the opportunities to support themselves as they pursue Adventist education.”



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