This course involves the student in the study of the nature, history, and teachings of the writings of Ellen G. White and the principles that govern their interpretation.  A research paper is required.

This course introduces the learner  the concepts in teaching and learning; systems approach in teaching; principles, methods techniques, strategies of teaching; Deriving goals and objectives of teaching; evaluation methods; Learning theories; effective classroom communication; preparation for teaching: syllabus, scheme of work, lesson plan; and record of work; Classroom organization and management; Providing for individual differences; emerging issues in teaching. See bulletin for prerequisites. (Students taking this class are required to go for a field trip)