TEACH Journal of Christian Education is hosted by the School of Education at Avondale College of Higher Education and is published by Avondale Academic Press. It is part of The Ministry of Teaching, a collaborative initiative of Adventist Schools Australia and shared stakeholders. Publication began in 2007 to fulfil shared purposes including affirming and informing established educators, attracting and supporting young adults in choosing and committing to a teaching career and empowering Christian education communities.
Journal content demonstrates exemplary practice, reports current research, reviews philosophical and theoretical positions and recounts the potential for satisfaction and fulfilment in the change agent role of effective teaching.
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Current Issue: Volume 8, Issue 2 (2014)
Teaching & Professional Practice
Adventist Encounter Curriculum: The story continues
Lanelle Cobbin and Nina Atcheson
Vision for Learning (Part I): A tool for educators to assist in the detection and treatment of vision difficulties
Marcia Forbes and Marion Shields
Some Lesson in Leadership Learnt in My 44 Years in Education
Research & Scholarship
Faith Formation: Perceptions of Primary and High School Students in Australian Adventist Schools
Beverly Christian and Peter Kilgour
Struggling to Stay Awake: The Sleep Patterns of Adventist Secondary School Students
Cedric Greive, Peter Morey, Peter Beamish, Ross Grant, Jade Guest, Robyn Pearce, and Maurice Ashton
Anytime Email and Work-Life Balance: An Exploration into the Views of Adventist Schools Australia Employees
Peter Williams, Warrick Long, and Peter Morey
Acceptability of a School-Based Incentivised Physical Activity Intervention: The B-Active Program
Wendi Herman, Darren Morton, and Ross Grant
Reflections, Impressions & Experiences
Teen Dreams: Avondale Alumni Publish Young Adult Novels
Teaching Well: Insights for Educators in Christian Schools
Teenagers Matter: Making Student Ministry a Priority in the Church