In teaching and in life you learn to recognize moments that are called “teachable moments.” These come about at a time when students or people are in a unique position to learn, when something has happened, something has been said, that provides a unique opportunity to...

Initial hopes of being rid of the coronavirus by Easter have dissipated. Is there some other hope, however, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic that the Easter season offers?

On December 10, 2019, Wei Guixian, a 57-year-old shrimp peddler, starts feeling ill[1]. Sh...

An interesting situation presented itself to me recently. Some students concerned that a fellow classmate was not living up to the DOZJA ideals came to the office to lodge a complaint.  

You see, this student was reportedly using some language or some words that he...

January 12, 2015

1. The teachers will LOVE my child.

Christian teachers don't go into education to make money. They enter the profession because they have a passion for children and youth. They want to bond with them and help them become all they can be. They cherish their roles as surr...

November 15, 2010

Amid all the buzz on education reform, the Seventh Day Adventist school system might seem an unexpected place to look for models in improving student achievement. But by educating mind, body, and spirit, Adventist schools outperform the national average across all demo...

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