Beyond the Maze:
Principles for Adventist Education in a Changing World
What do we do with change in education? Adventist education goes back to the 19th century. Can we apply its principles in the 21st century?
The Power Tool in the Disease-prevention Toolkit
Scientific evidence clearly demonstrates that vaccines reduce the mortality and morbidity associated with communicable diseases but, despite the documentation regarding their safety and efficacy, recent declines in vaccination rates have been noted in some areas of the globe.
Technology Careers and Faith:
Closing the Great Divide
Are technical vocations not legitimate occupations for “divine calling”? Do they actually have a faith connection?
Preparing Online Students to Engage in Fieldwork Experiences
In online education, fieldwork is becoming more common as curricular requirements are adapted to address the needs of online students.
An Intervention Program for Non-traditional Students
Online education is an attractive option for non-traditional students since it offers greater accessibility and flexibility in academic load and schedules and can be more readily adapted to meet their needs.
The Legal and Fiduciary Duties of Boards
An effective school board is one that understands its purpose as a governing body and its role as a partner in the school’s success.
Leading With Hope, Searching for Truth(s)
The more we know and understand, the more clearly and creatively we think, the more we fulfill God’s intention for humanity, created in His own image.
Using Graphic Organizers to Activate Prior Learning in Mathematics
Organizers help students engage in reflective practice. As part of reflective practice, teachers can employ graphic organizers to help students make faith connections as they learn.