Three Important Leadership Decisions
Three crucial choices are essential to having a successful Christian leadership or a complicated one.
Affirm Adventist Educational Identity in Managing Diversity
Adventist education can benefit from formalising the conditions for managing diversity within its own faith-based and doctrine-led context.
What do you see?: Going Back to Basics
By asking this simple question, we can mediate our students into deeper thinking by allowing them to share what they know.
Change or Transformation?
It is important for Adventist institutions to consider and focus on their calling to transform lives through Christ-centred education.
3 Easy Ways to Reduce Teacher Stress and Improve Well-being
The more our school workplaces can foster human connection, the more we can reduce stress and increase teacher well-being.
Beyond Classroom Walls
Schools that have children at the center of learning and incorporate outdoor activities provide a place to develop and learn new skills.
Behavioural Modification: Finding Meaning Through Dialogue
Essential questions facilitate meta-cognition, self-awareness and a goal setting orientation for self-improvement, behaviour modification.
Avondale University College is now a registered Australian university
After 124-years of providing higher education in Australia, Avondale is now a registered Australian university as of July 1, 2021.
In the Worst of Times
It is important to have tools to implement in helping and supporting students through their difficulties and struggles.
The Invictus Wellbeing Program: Teaching What Matters Most
Students are struggling with mental health issues. The Invictus Program helps teach students to understand and manager their mental health.
Education: A Timely Guide
The pages of the book Education by Ellen White continue to inspire Adventist educators who seek guidance and clarity regarding our mission.
TEACH Volume 14, Issue 2
Volume 14, Issue 2 of TEACH Journal of Adventist Education is now available online.