Why Adventist Education?
Ellen White spoke about three distinct pillars that support each other and offer a unique value proposition in Adventist Education.
Let the ‘Hopeless’ Students Come Too
Adventist school instructors can be challenged with the learning of many students who confront our status quo.
The Effect of Faith Development Activities on School Climate
New research being conducted at Adventist schools within Australia takes a look at the relationship between faith engagement activities and school climate.
What to Do When God Says No
Helping students through moments of pain and loss can be challenging. How can teachers reflect their faith in a God who cares about our pain?
TEACH Volume 13, Issue 2
Read the articles in Volume 13, Issue 2 of TEACH Journal of Adventist Education.
Discipline: Growing Our Students
The ability to be able to share the gift of education with others is an opportunity given to teachers with trust.
Accept the Individual, Not the Behaviour
I am sure we can all reflect on people who have rubbed us the wrong way. The outcome really depends on how we choose to…
Improving Outcomes Through Student-Centred Learning
With these modernized tools, we have the ability to tailor our lesson plans to specifically meet the needs of our students.
Send Consistent Signals
The challenge for us as parents and teachers is to be aware of the various signals we are giving intentionally or otherwise.
There are times when our judgement is not as inclusive as it should be. We need to model the processes that we want our students…
Keep Things Simple
By establishing and maintaining rules, teachers implementing redemptive discipline continually remind their students of the Gospel.
Let the Natural Consequences Reign
The goal of discipline is to help the individual make more positive and acceptable behavioural choices through whatever means are effective.