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    The Ministry of Teaching Website Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "If you are looking to do something significant with your life then choosing teaching as a profession is the answer.... There are many pathways in the ministry of teaching." Avondale College developed this website to share teacher stories that inspire...

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    Transformational Teaching - Adventist Worldview Curriculum Frameworks Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Explore "the foundational worldview from which an Adventist teacher delivers the Australian National Curriculum." These curriculum frameworks focus on the "principles, values and threads that undergird and guide what we consider to be real,...

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    A Benevolent Trojan Horse - Sacred Values in a Secular Setting Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this TEACH Journal article, an architect discusses how creative professionals may contribute to the mission of the Christian Church. Drawing on personal experiences as illustrations and using a metaphor as a frame, he describes the "penetration"...

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    A Proposed Model for an Architecture Reflective Practicum in a Christian University Setting Tertiary-Lifelong
    Clouten discusses educational development and artistry in the education of architecture students. Mentoring by a master teacher is what is needed for students to succeed as well prepared architects and artists.

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    A Solemn, Sacred Privilege Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Contemplate this quote outlining the importance of the call to teach.

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    A Tribute to Sharney - Her Life as Miss Truscott at Prescott Primary Northern Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This touching reflection of a young teacher’s impact can be an inspiration to all educators. Her students and school family will always remember her dedication and love.

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    Adventist Colleges - A World of Difference Kindergarten-Grade 12
    In this interview, veteran Adventist educator Robert Reynolds reflects on the role the Adventist higher education system has played in 1) providing postsecondary education that weaves opportunities for Christian commitment holistically in every aspect of the...

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    Balancing Justice and Mercy in Classroom Assessment and Grading Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "In order for classroom assessment and grading procedures to be positive, fair, and accurate, teachers need a new framework to inform their assessment practices."

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    Belief and Practice - Spiritual Imperatives for the Adventist Teacher 0-2 years-Lifelong
    As Christian teachers, our responsibility to our students goes far beyond academics. In order to lead them to Christ, we must nurture our own relationship with Him. Imperative to this is both faithfully believing in God and practicing what we believe.

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    Beyond Telling - Narrating Trauma in the Wartime Writings of Great War Chaplain William McKenzie Kindergarten-Grade 12
    What do war heroes and Christian teachers have in common? This story of Salvation Army Chaplain of the Australian Imperial Force McKenzie draws similarities to educators, who are also “engaged in the midst of suffering, disarray and confusion”,...

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    Children and Spiritual Gifts 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Do you want to help your children or students use their spiritual gifts to God's glory? Are you looking for ways to help them develop their talents? This article will help get you started.

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    Christian Schools and Chocolate Cakes - An 'Excursion through My Heart-Space' Kindergarten-Tertiary
    An education student realizes teaching is "about helping every child realise they are created in the image of God and understanding that they have a God-given purpose. It’s about helping them discover their God-given abilities and talents....

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    Did I Do All I Could? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from the JAE special child evangelism issue discusses personal evangelism for teachers. Ways a teacher can influence young people for Christ include being a positive example, showing concern for every student, and choosing the right time and place....

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    Establishing Personal Ethics - Modelling Principles of Spiritual Leadership for a Christian Educator Kindergarten-Tertiary
    "The most important aspect of being a spiritual leader is not perfection in everything one does, but consistency in one’s life and attitude, in public and in private. As an educator, it is especially important to lead by example."

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    Exploring Spirituality in the Teacher-Leadership Role of Mentoring Through Collaborative Action Research Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Colleague mentorship can transform teachers’ practice and the school culture. “This paper reports on a collaborative action research project exploring spirituality in teacher-leadership through the life-world of a New Zealand Christian school principal.”

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    Faith Presence - Creating Online Environments That Nurture Faith Kindergarten-Tertiary
    "The geographic distance that separates teachers and students makes relationships less personal and hence more difficult to cultivate. Creating an online environment that nurtures faith depends on good relationships between teachers and students."

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    Human Touch in the Primary School Setting Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Analysis of interviews conducted at a small faith-based school “indicated the majority of the participants in this study supported the use of ‘healthy’ physical contact, between teachers and students. Students, parents and teachers were mindful...

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    Is Christian Education Really Ministry? Kindergarten-Tertiary
    "Being a teacher in a Christian school doesn’t automatically qualify one to be called a 'teacher-minister.' To be so described is, in verity, an honor. But it is also a responsibility borne by all those who believe they are called to serve...

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    JAE Editorial: Beyond What Our Eyes Can See Preschool-Tertiary
    As the education of students worldwide has been affected by crises in 2020, students already disadvantaged have been disproportionately impacted. Adventist educators are tasked with providing a faith-based education while ensuring their students know they...

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    JAE Editorial: One Small Suggestion and the Making of a Giant Preschool-Lifelong
    "The story of Moses, a familiar one among Bible students, is a example of God's powerful intervention and direction in the lives of His children."Additional articles in this issue include: Nurturing...

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    JAE Editorial: Philip and the Minister Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The story in Acts about Philip and the Ethiopian minister of finance provides valuable insight for teachers. Some insights include: the Holy Spirit is the crucial guide in reaching our students; we are to join students in their journeys; we should guide our...

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    JAE Editorial: Teachers - The People Who Make the Difference in Adventist Education Kindergarten-Tertiary
    "The articles in this issue showcase a variety of interests and are authored by individuals passionate about providing quality Adventist education that is Bible-based, kingdom-directed, and service-oriented, with Christ at the center." Article...

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    JAE Editorial: The Teacher's Role in Student Resiliency Tertiary
    This editorial from the JAE special on higher education looks at how the presence of caring adults in the life of a young person contributes to resiliency. Articles in this issue include: Providing...

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    JAE Editorial: What the Best Teachers Do Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The editor reflects on the qualities exceptional teachers, and challenges Adventist teachers to awaken a desire to reach God's ideal in each student. Other articles in this issue include: A Nine-Point...

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    JAE Editorial: Whole-Souled and Large Hearted Kindergarten-Tertiary
    “Teaching, then, is a sacred act. It is not just about completing lesson plans, grading student work, or supervising students in various activities; it is more than maintaining one’s standing in a given community or enjoying the perks of the profession;...

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    Jesus Christ, Master Teacher - His Focus, Strategies, and Results Preschool-Lifelong
    Taylor establishes principles for Christian teachers through a constructive review of the focus of Jesus' teaching, the way He taught, His example or model, and the impact of His teaching.

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    Making a Difference in the Classroom - Strategies that Connect with Students Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Authored by La Sierra professor Balli, "this book offers experiences and important lessons about teaching and classroom life at all grade levels, illuminating the perspective of both teachers and students. Knitting teacher and student voices together,...

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    Nonclassroom Teacher-Student Association in Seventh-day Adventist Academies in the Northern and Central California Conferences Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Problem: Nonclassroom teacher-student relationships were studied in the secondary-school setting with regard to their occurrence; their perceived value, adequacy, and effects; their preferred forms or types; and the perceived barriers to teacher-student...

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 3 - Admit When You are Wrong Preschool-Grade 12
    In this redemptive discipline article for parents and teachers, McClintock explains why it is important for teachers and parents to admit when they are wrong, and provides suggestions for how to go about it.

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    Nurturing Real Growth Newsletter 9 - Send Consistent Signals Preschool-Grade 12
    “Wouldn’t it be great if the signal we gave out to our children or students was consistently the message of unconditional love?” This redemptive discipline article is the 9th in a series of 10 for parents and teachers.

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    Redemptive Teaching - A Framework for the Beginning Educator and Teacher Renewal Tertiary-Lifelong
    Torres defines redemptive teaching as the Christian teacher's reflective, principled and dynamic sharing of conceptual skills and knowledge with the goal of fostering vital restorative insights and outcomes. This is a paper aimed at new teachers. This...

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    Reflections on Pedagogical Hospitality and Remote Learning Kindergarten-Tertiary
    "Teaching involves teachers acting as hospitable hosts who create learning spaces that welcome their students into learning...this was reversed when teachers became guests as well as hosts as they ‘entered’ their students’ homes,...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 4 Issue 1: Delightful Classrooms Tertiary-Lifelong
    Hibbard highlights the natural delight of children and gives ideas on how to create delightful classrooms. Articles in this issue include these titles: Culturally Relevant Approaches to Classroom Management The Friendship Factor EH&S Issues Introducing...

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 8 Issue 1: Missionaries Kindergarten-Grade 12
    In this editorial, Perry writes of historical attitudes toward Protestant missionaries. He then points out that every classroom is a mission field. Articles in this issue are titled: On Interdisciplinary Learning "Knowing Well" in the Classroom:...

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    Teaching with Integrity - A Focus on Higher Education Tertiary
    "Teaching in higher education includes lived experiences related to ethics and values. Though not widely written about, the theme of ethical practices is increasingly considered as critical in academia. Teachers, who are key gatekeepers of knowledge,...

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    The Christian Teacher in Secular Society – The Challenge of Becoming, Being, and Living Kindergarten-Tertiary
    In this article, Taylor discusses how teachers can “maintain and provide evidence of that distinctive [Christian] character, with relevance and with redemptive purpose, while interacting with secular postmodern persons.” He argues that Christian...

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    The Heart of an Adventist Teacher Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A Seventh-day Adventist teacher makes a lasting impression on a student, who then decides to become an Adventist teacher herself. Shirley Fuquay writes of her experience as that young girl and her future career of 31 years teaching in Seventh-day Adventist...

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    The Human Person as the Object of Education - The Balance of Educational Approaches Grade 1-Tertiary
    The historically most important function of educational work has been to prepare children and young people to face the challenges that life has in store for them; to produce mature and wise men and women who understand the importance of using wisely the time...

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    The Language of Optimism Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "Words are powerful. In the classroom, words are continually exchanged in the exploration of ideas, the sharing of understandings and the development of relationships. Words also give insight into whether a student is optimistic or pessimistic when faced...

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    The Relationship Between Students and Teachers Perceptions of Classroom Control and Teacher Morale in Seventh-day Adventist Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Purpose. This study investigated the relationship between students' and teachers' perceptions of teachers' ability to control students and teacher morale in selected Seventh-day Adventist schools. Procedures. The population consisted...

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    The Screwtape Strategies - Hamstringing the Impact and Influence of Christian Schools Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "With acknowledgement to, and written in the spirit of C. S. Lewis’ Screwtape letters, using the literary device of inversion. Hopefully, the device should assist readers to gain insight into and question and critique the tactics used...

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    The Teacher Par Excellence - Matthew’s Jesus as a Role Model for Teachers Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Gallusz notes that out of the four gospels, Matthew is the one most focused on Jesus’s teaching ministry, as shown by the structure of the gospel and the progression of educational formation. The article discusses five specific lessons for teachers found...

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    Transforming Classroom Practice - Is It Possible to Encourage the Development of Discerning Reading Habits in Students by Using a Blog? Grade 3-Tertiary
    After noticing their students were more likely to read books they recommended, two English teachers created a blog with short book reviews and ratings. This is a great way for teachers to model good reading habits and help cultivate their students' interest...

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    Trash, Treasure and Trivia Kindergarten-Tertiary
    While going through years of classroom items and paperwork, a seasoned teacher reflects on his journey and the ministry of teaching.

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    Using Humor in the Classroom Preschool-Tertiary
    Research and experience shows that the use of humor in the classroom can be an excellent tool for promoting a productive, healthy learning environment. This article explores the benefits of humor in the classroom, and offers specific ideas, guidelines, and...

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    Values and Leadership Characteristics of Seventh-day Adventist Academy Teachers in Michigan Grade 9-Grade 12
    Problem: Two important aspects in the life and work of teachers are their values and leadership styles. The values they hold affect the influence they exert and the knowledge they impart, and the leadership styles they practice determine in part their...

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    Vogel Brothers - Big Hearts for Little People Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Two teacher brothers discuss how they chose the career, what they do to make their classrooms active and fun, how they integrate faith and learning, and what they tell students who are considering becoming teachers.

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    What Students Want - Characteristics of Effective Teachers from the Students' Perspective Tertiary
    Consider findings on students' perceptions of effective teaching in higher education. Researchers isolated the top nine characteristics for online and for face-to-face students, briefly reported here.

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    With Jesus in the Family - How Early Childhood Attachment Styles Influence Later Relationships, Both with God and in the Workplace 0-2 years-Kindergarten
    "Attachment styles profoundly influence human relationships throughout life, including aspects of religion and the workplace. Individual educators as well as educational institutions take on parental qualities in relation to those who rely on them. Depending...

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    You Walk Away Each Day Feeling Content Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This TEACH journal article explores personal encounters with God in life and in the classroom.