Thursday, July 18, 2019
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Trees should be climbed

BRANCHING OUT: Hamilton Seventh-day Adventist School in New Zealand has reintroduced a fun and exciting learning opportunity: tree climbing.

What we teach

There's no "Discipleship for Dummies" instructional manual. Then again, perhaps there is.

Nina Atcheson talks about how Bible study can change your family

The educator, writer and author says "apathy and life's busyness too often rob us of meaningful time in God's Word".

A day in the life of a . . . Discovery...

A letterbox flyer marked the beginning of Russell George's journey to becoming an Adventist. Now, he's sharing those same lessons—and hope—with hundreds of people across Australia.

Small school receives big boost

Students at Pavaere Adventist Primary School are excited to use new laptops and learning aids that were handed over September 13.

Avondale community challenged to learn, live, love

Commissioning a personal and corporate challenge for staff and students at Avondale.

Hinze and his OSPEX

A lecturer uses his passion for overseas professional experience to improve its practice.

PhD research shows impact of overseas professional experience on pre-service teachers

Challenging overseas professional experiences fostering a sense of freedom and belonging lead to better learning for pre-service teachers, research by an Avondale lecturer shows.

New complex for Pacific Adventist University

Enrolments at the Pacific Adventist University School of Business are set to increase and the quality of education improve, with the opening of a new multi-purpose complex at PAU’s Koiari Park campus outside Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.

The ride of my life

Kent Kingston bought a bike—a black beauty of a beast. But in doing so he got more than he bargained for.
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