Author: Jennifer Litau


A Miracle in painting the world’s portrait of God to Students

As an Adventist teacher of Geography, one of the topics I often emphasize is the “The Creation wor…

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Students working in small groups

Active Learning in Small Groups

The rapidity, intensity, and volume of information available online can encourage passive rather tha…

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Orienting Students to the Adventist Lifestyle

The 21st century world offers a complex lifestyle model devoid of godliness and pervasively seculari…

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Education Through Active Community Service

One of the most-used buzz words of the 21st century related to successful career outcomes is “soft…

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Reconciling Faith and Social Science Content Instruction

Today’s society is presenting Adventist educators around the world with some of the greatest chall…

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Integrating School and Community for English Learning

In parts of the developing world, many school children experience failure in and expulsion from scho…

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Philosophy of True Education Desired by Adventist Children and Parents

Much progress has been achieved in the education of all children in the developing regions including…

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