Faith in the English Language Learning Classroom
The student is not above the teacher, but everyone who is fully trained will be like their teacher. – Luke 6:40. Teaching English to second-language…
Lessons on Technology from the Covid-19 Pandemic
During the widespread shutdowns caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, many educational institutions struggled with how to best deliver knowledge to students. Some private schools had…
Holistic Teaching in Higher Education
We often think of elementary classrooms when talking about holistic education, but holistic education is just as important in college as it is in elementary…
Teamwork Through Parent Meetings
When the pandemic ushered in lock downs and forced many schools to move to online education, it had a large impact on student behavior. Students…
Traditional Indian Teaching System and Its Relevance
There is need to re-evaluate the contemporary education system in India and to restore some of the ancient educational customs.
Connect to Learners Through Empathy
Empathy is an essential tool for both teachers and students to learn and grow socially, intellectually, and emotionally.
Education Beyond the Pursuit of Intellectual Knowledge
Many schools have adapted to learning through group video conferencing via the internet. This new wave of learning has its pros and cons.
Adventist schools aim to be better. Better schools need a better school environment. Teachers and the students are the backbone of any school environment.
Education with Technology
Innovative technology facilitates teachers training in new techniques and keeps them updated with the environment of education.
Faith In and Of Jesus
True education means more than taking a certain course of study. It includes the harmonious development of all the physical powers and the mental faculties.
Chalk and Cheese
The benchmark of an Adventist School is its prescribed focus on the three-part value system—the physical, mental and the spiritual.
Education: Building Community for Eternity
It is important to remind ourselves of our purpose of building community, and to focus on that purpose.