Educational Outcomes for All Students
What strategies have proven useful to you in enabling your students to succeed?
Integration of Faith, Learning and Working
The integration of faith and learning (IFL) provides an opportunity to share our faith in all classroom disciplines.
Educators as Role Models
A role model is someone we admire and aspire to be like. A role model is a person whose behavior, example, or success is or…
Equity in Education
Equity in education is seen in two dimensions: fairness and inclusion. Equity as inclusion means ensuring that all students reach at least a basic minimum…
Exemplifying Redemptive Discipline
The school administrator’s professional reputation depends on the standard of discipline in his/her school more than on any other factor. Good discipline brings good results…
Values Core to Adventist Educator Preparation?
Seventh-day Adventist philosophy should be solidly based on the concept of holistic education, emphasizing the effective integration of faith and learning.
Teaching Business Courses in the Adventist Institution
The blend of faith and living should start in the classroom so that students can develop confidence for sharing their faith when the time comes.
Our Challenge and Our Commitment
We need an environment that will enable us to develop Adventist spiritual and moral values in our children and youth.
House of God and Gate of Heaven
What can we learn from the experience of Jacob? Every Adventist school ought to be a “house of God, the gate of heaven".
The “10 Times Better” Advantage
An institution of faith reinforces the values taught at home. These values stand as the secret behind the success of Daniel.
7 Reasons Why We Still Need Adventist Education
The influence of our schools should be so profound that they become agents of change in their communities.
No Child Left Behind
Adventist Education holds the key to our safe journey home, if no child is to be left behind.