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October 2014

Rooted In, Responsive To, Reaching Out

In October 2013, the Christian Educators Journal, in collaboration with the Andreas Center for Reformed Scholarship and Service at Dordt College, sponsored [...]

The Task of Christian Education in Creating an Inclusive Worldview

  In many ways, the lives and experiences of students with disabilities have improved since the late 1970s when federal legislation requiring [...]

Karl Barth’s Mozart: Lessons for Christian Music Education

  Despite my title, “Karl Barth’s Mozart,” I should say that I am not here directly concerned with Barth or Mozart so [...]

Learning in the Courtyard of the Gentiles: Ethos and Pedagogy for Healthy Faith Development in Christian Schools

  Although Pope Benedict XVI’s papacy is well known for his rare decision to voluntarily resign in 2013, one initiative from his [...]

Teachers Matter: Communities of Inquiry for Professional Learning and Development

    To ensure a higher standard of learning, schools must insist on the best possible quality of teaching and create an [...]

Love, Creation, Virtue as Models for Environmental Education

Too many conversations about the environment and environmental education start off on the wrong foot. “What good is a prairie?” “Fracking is [...]

In Defense of Reading

Every now and then I run into someone who, upon finding out that I am a literacy researcher, patiently explains to me [...]