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 12, Issue 1 (2018)
Teaching & Professional Practice
Traumatic Brain Injury: Informed Accommodation in the Classroom
Trent J. Martin, Stuart Campbell, and Marion Shields
Independent Studies Endorse Superior Strategies for Teaching Reading and Spelling: Hilliard's Journey
Anne Charles, Terese Phillips, Angela Robertson, Kristy Baker, and Damien Rabe
Valuing Early Career Teachers: Putting the Brakes on the Exodus
Marion Shields and Peter W. Kilgour
Research & Scholarship
School Leadership Aspiration: Differences in Perception of Drivers and Barriers across Hierarchical Levels
Peter Williams and Peter Morey
College Students’ Perception of Family Influence Impacting their Health and Lifestyle
Kayla J. Nicholas, Kayla M. Soptich, Amy Tyson, Samuel P. Abraham, Graeme Perry, and Deborah R. Gillum
Reflections, Impressions & Experiences
Leading Collaborative Learning: Empowering Excellence
What Really Works in Special and Inclusive Education: Using Evidence-Based Teaching Strategies