“Do You Know the Shepherd’s Voice?”
There are so many voices demanding attention, postulating what should be taught, how and when it should be taught, and to or by whom.
Teaching With the “Affect Turn” in Mind:
Connecting Theory With Practice
Understanding affect is fundamental to helping learners understand why they have certain feelings, and is essential in today’s classroom.
Color in the Elementary School Classroom:
Educating Children About Race
Next to parents, teachers have the most influence on a child’s perspective of the world, making it a “moral and ethical” responsibility to ensure that children have a proper understanding of our world, which includes racial issues.
A Call to Nurture Resilient Faith in Adventist Education
Adventist students are growing up in a world that is increasingly hostile to Christian beliefs.
The Pedagogy of Jesus: Lessons for Teaching in Luke 24:13-43
As the incarnate God who came to this world to instruct and save humanity, Jesus is the model for Christian education.
Vernon E. Andrews, The Morning After the Night Before: Recollections of My Journey, A St. Joseph Son
This memoir is a necessary resource for educators and educational administrators, students and teachers, and a wide range of audiences from policymakers to the members in the pews, especially when faced with the question, “What do these stories mean?”
How to Afford an Adventist Education:
Opportunities in Literature Evangelism
We praise God for the youth worldwide who have engaged in literature evangelism and pray that many others will accept the call to join this powerful army and take advantage of the opportunities to support themselves as they pursue Adventist education.