Category: East-Central Africa

Redemptive Discipline in Schools

The ultimate purpose of Adventist Christian education is the restoration of human beings to the imag…

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Educational Outcomes for All Students

The emerging viewpoint these days is that in order to ensure improved students’ achievement and eq…

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Integration of Faith, Learning and Working

The integration of faith and learning (IFL) provides an opportunity to share our faith in all classr…

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Educators as Role-models

Ellen G. White refers to the Christian teacher as a true educator. A role model is a person who insp…

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Equity in Education

Equity in education is seen in two dimensions: fairness and inclusion. Equity as fairness implies th…

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Exemplifying Redemptive Discipline

The school administrator’s professional reputation depends on the standard of discipline in his/he…

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Teenage Students Sitting Examination With Teacher Invigilating

Values Core to Adventist Educator Preparation?

When I lived in the United States and worked as a pastor, I quite often heard the same question. “…

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Teaching Business Courses in the Adventist Institution

Business schools in faith-based institutions have a unique opportunity of shaping future professiona…

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Our Challenge and Our Commitment

“Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it” (Prov…

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