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Cultural competence and nursing curriculum
(Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2014-11)
This study purposed to define cultural competence in the Philippine context via selected faculty in accredited nursing schools in order to propose a model for a culturally competent nursing curriculum in the Philippines. ...
Current practices of school, family, and community partnerships in Adventist schools : a basis for a proposed program
(Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2015-02)
The importance of a partnership of the school and the family has been described in the literature of Adventist education as early as the 19th century and since then in a wealth of research reports. Adventist private ...
Organizational commitment and teaching performance of SDA Elementary School Teachers in South-Central Luzon
(Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2008-05)
This study investigated potential relationships between the organizational commitment and teaching performance of Seventh-day Adventist elementary school teachers in South-Central Luzon. This involved 123 teachers from 30 ...
Transformational leadership, school climate, faith maturity, and organizational citizenship behavior
(Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2012-03)
This study looks at some potential significant variables in Adventist schools in relation to organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). The study is designed to address the problem, ―To what extent does the transformational ...
Aligning tertiary education curriculum with workplace competence in Rwanda : a case study
(Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2018-03)
One of the major problems in higher education is the non-alignment of tertiary education curriculum with workplace competencies demand. This embedded single case design was aimed to explore this challenge of curriculum ...
Persistent home-schooled children's perceptions : collective analysis of case studies
(Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2008-10)
The purpose of this study was to discover what non-British and non-American elementary and middle school aged home-schooled children themselves think of the experience of being home schooled, after having home schooled for ...