Seventh Day Adventist Teachings

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Akers, George H. "Bench Marks: Teach the Word," The Journal of Adventist Education, February-March, 1978, pp. 4,5 (A compilation of E. G. White quotations dealing with the relationship of the Bible and its principles to curriculum and instruction in the Christian school.) _____. The integration of Faith and Learning. A Bibliography. Religion education Bibliography No 4. Berrien Springs, Mich.:" Department of Education, Andrews University. (In addition to a large general section, this comprehensive bibliography cites publications and teaching media in 20 academic subject areas with more than 3, 000 citations in all. Available through the University Bookstore.) _____. "The Measure of a School," The Journal of Adventist Education, December, 1977-Jaurary, 1978, pp. 7-9, 43-45. Douglas, Walter. "Teaching Theology in SDA Academies," The Journal of Adventist Education, December, 1978-January, 1979, pp. 8, 9, 46. Gronlund, Norman E. Stating Behavioral Objectives for Classroom Instruction. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1970. Knittel, Frank. "The College's Role in Integrating Faith and Learning," The Journal of Adventist Education, December, 1978-Jaurary, 1979, pp. 5-7, 47. Krathwohl, Davie R. (ed.). Taxonomy of Educational Objectives; Affective Domain. New York: McKay, 1968. Moon, Robert D. "Application of Instructional Principles to Religious Education." Mimeographed monograph. Berrien Springs, Mich.: Department of Education, Andrews University. Ott. Helmut K. "The Role of Religion in Education, " The Journal of Adventist Education, October-November, 1978, pp. 20, 21, 26. Ward, Cedric. "Historical Interpretation in the Writings of Ellen White," The Journal of Adventist Education, April-May, 1979, pp. 5-7, 40-42. White, Ellen G. Counsels to Parents, Teachers, and Students. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing…...

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