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TEACH Journal of Christian Education

Adolescents

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Caffeine Consumption Among Students Attending Christian Schools In Australia And Its Relationship To Classroom Behaviour And Academic Performance, Peter Beamish, Peter Morey, Cedric Greive, Ross Grant, Jade Guest Nov 2016

Caffeine Consumption Among Students Attending Christian Schools In Australia And Its Relationship To Classroom Behaviour And Academic Performance, Peter Beamish, Peter Morey, Cedric Greive, Ross Grant, Jade Guest

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Struggling To Stay Awake: The Sleep Patterns Of Adventist Secondary School Students, Cedric Greive, Peter Morey, Peter Beamish, Ross Grant, Jade Guest, Robyn Pearce, Maurice Ashton Jan 2014

Struggling To Stay Awake: The Sleep Patterns Of Adventist Secondary School Students, Cedric Greive, Peter Morey, Peter Beamish, Ross Grant, Jade Guest, Robyn Pearce, Maurice Ashton

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Sleep deprivation studies indicate that sleep is vital to emotional, physical and behavioural wellbeing. This study presents the results of a survey in which 945 students in Seventh-day Adventist secondary schools responded to questions about the length and quality of their sleep. The study found that: almost one half of the students were at risk of falling short of the recommended number of hours of sleep per night; toward one in every five students were averaging six or fewer hours sleep per night; the quality of sleep (in terms of better sleep habits) and the resulting levels of daytime alertness ...


The Adventist School System And Values Transmission, Barry Gane Jan 2013

The Adventist School System And Values Transmission, Barry Gane

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In 2011 Valuegenesis, a major survey of beliefs and values and how they are generated was undertaken for a second time twenty years after it was completed in 1992. It revealed the strength of the concert between the home, the church and the school in generating the values and beliefs of adolescents. This article exclusively discusses the impact of the Seventh-day Adventist school system in this process.