Best Practices

Teaching Students with Sensory Processing Disorder at the University Level

Children are expected to outgrow certain behaviors by the time they reach college — constant fidgeting, excitability, and lack of awareness of surroundings, for example.…

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Leading Out of Loss

Recently, there’s been an explosion of media recognition of a phenomenon that’s been around for hundreds of years—the TCK (Third Culture Kid) and the CCK…

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Child Safety

Take a look at our favorite resources on a variety of issues related to children’s safety, collected and reviewed by CIRCLE. Experienced Adventist educators sift the…

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Reflecting Christ in the Dorm

“You are the salt of the earth, but if salt has lost its taste, how shall its saltiness be restored? It is no longer good…

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Charting Course for Stronger Communities

Kurt Hahn was the principal of a German boarding school as Hitler and the Nazi Party rose to power. He spoke out against them in…

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Crescimento em Cristo – Unidade na Diversidade

Como cristãos devemos demonstrar a capacidade de viver em paz com todos. Se sonhamos com uma nova terra onde reina a paz, devemos desenvolver neste…

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Helping Struggling Readers Succeed in the Classroom

Being able to read is essential for students to be successful in their learning career. If a student is not able to read, they are…

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Resilient Leadership: When Things Don’t Go Your Way

I recently visited a newly established school in Fiji on the main island of Vitu Levu. The school, called Naqaqa Adventist Primary School, is located…

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Seeing Words Backwards

As an instructor at Providence College, I once asked my graduate class, comprised entirely of elementary school teachers, for their definition of dyslexia. I was…

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Depresión en Estudiantes Universitarios

El trastorno depresivo ocurre en personas de todos los géneros, edades y procedencias y afecta a casi 350 millones de personas en todo el mundo…

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The Art of Building Character Through Education

It has been two years now since the Seattle, Washington-based company Payscale.com published results from their survey that ranked Loma Linda University graduates number 1…

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