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Devotion

2 Timotius 2:19
Nevertheless, Gods solid foundation stands firm,
sealed with thisinscription: The Lord knows
those who are his, and, everyone who
confesses the name of the Lord must turn away
from wickedness
2 Peter 3:14
So then, dear friends, since you are looking
forward to this, make
every effort to be found spotless, blameless and at
peace with him.

D. Integration of Faith, Values and Learning


E. Climate of Faith and Learning

By : Group 1
Salindeho Syanne
Tombeu Bethresya
Lumangkun Adrin Aderson

INTEGRATION OF
FAITH, VALUES
AND LEARNING

1. Definition of Integration of Faith,


Values and Learning
Rasi (1993) defines integration of Faith and
Learning as :
A deliberate and systematic process of

approaching the entire educational


enterprise from a biblical perspective. Its aim
is to ensure that students, under the
influence of Christian teachers and by the
time they leave school, will freely internalize
biblical values and a view of knowledge, life,
and destiny that is Christ-centered, serviceoriented, and kingdom-directed

2. Objective of Integration of Faith,


Values and Learning

Chritian education goes one


step farther, is seeks to make
good citizens not only for the
present, but also for a coming
world order
( Objective of IFL, P.16
{Teaching the Adventist Way})

3. Component of IFVL
Integration Faith and
Learning : its
components
Gaebelein (1968)
stessed that Christian
education can achieve
integration into the allembracing truth of
God (p.8)he analyzed
three components in
the integration

The first
component is the
teacher
A second element
of Gaebelein's
book is that of
subject integration
As the third is the
school
atmosphere, .....

CLIMATE OF FAITH
AND LEARNING

CLIMATE OF FAITH AND


LEARNING
1. Seven Day Adventist
School
2. Greatest Needs of
Students
3. Goals for Students

1. SeventhDay
Adventist
School

Elements of Special
Character
Educations
Ultimate
Purpose
Teaching
and
Learning

The
Curriculum

Students

The Role of
the Teacher

Educations Ultimate
Purpose :
The restoration of human
beings to the image of
their Maker through a
saving relationship with
Jesus Christ, and the
balanced development of
the whole person

Students :
Students are viewed as
multifaceted beings uniquely
created in Gods image, but
marred by sin. They are seen with
need to develop comprehensive
wholeness and integrity, to reach
their highest potencial in all
human faculties, and to fulfill
Gods purpose for their lives

The Role of Teacher :


The teacher-ministers role is os
central importance in the life of the
Adventist school. Teacher-ministers
are expected to be exemplary
models of Seventh-day Adventist
culture and Christian graces, and to
demontrate professional
competence in teaching, pastoral
nurture an ministry

The Curriculum :
All learning areas are approached
from the perpective of the biblikal
worldview within the context of the
Cosmic Conflict theme.
As a balanced curriculum thst
promotes an integrated perspective
of faith and learning, it addresses the
major developmental needs in the
spiritual, intellectual, physical, social,
emotional, and vocational realms.
It also reflect appreciation for
Christian heritage, community

Teaching and Learning :


An appropriate amphasis is plaaced
on all froms of true knowladge.
There is sensitivity to the culture,
typical methods and skills of the
respective subject fields and their
place within the scheme of learning
from a Christian perspective.
Teaching methods are sensitive to the
diversity of the gifts and needs of all
students and seek to actively angage
them personally and collaboratively,
and give opportunity to put into

2. Greatest Needs of
Students
The greatest want of the world is the
want of men-men who will not be bought
or sold, men who in their inmost souls
are true and honest, men who do not fear
to call sin by its right name, men whose
consiscience is as true to duty as the
needle to the pole, men who will stand
for the right trought the heavens fall
(White, p.57, Education)

3. Goals for Students


At the end of the
course on
Integration of
Faith, Values, and
2. Implement
Learning students
will : faith and values
1. Understand
in the teachingthe meaning and
learning process
importance of
of their level of
integrating faith,
teaching to
values, and
achieve a holistic
learning
education