Middle East and North Africa

Creating a Meme Culture

“You like memes, Miss? You’re officially the coolest teacher ever,” said my Jordanian student in Advanced Writing ESL class. I smiled but knew the reason…

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Using Technology to Enhance Students’ Learning Experience

As a college student, I would bring my laptop to class to take notes on and, while I would occasionally browse news websites or read…

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Mentoring Third Culture Kids

She sat across from me as we engaged in an earnest debate about life, philosophy, and the realities of marginalization that others seemed to ignore.…

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The Courage to Clash

I work in a very diverse setting where more than 20 nationalities are represented within the faculty and student body. When you have such a…

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Communication and Cooperation Between Teachers and Students

How can we as teachers develop trust and open communication with our pupils?

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Leading Out of Loss

Though identity insecurity may not clearly manifest itself till their higher education experience, TCKs need support much earlier.

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Transformational Teachers

As an Adventist teacher, have you chosen to be accountable to God for your impact on each student?

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Salvation is His Ultimate Goal

Similarly, when we choose to follow God’s teaching, He eagerly accompanies each one of us personally, step by step, in our daily lives.

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