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TEACH Journal of Christian Education

Faith

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Vogel Brothers: Big Hearts For Little People, Leanne Entermann Aug 2018

Vogel Brothers: Big Hearts For Little People, Leanne Entermann

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

No abstract provided.


Transforming Classroom Practice, Andrea Thompson, Beverly Christian Nov 2016

Transforming Classroom Practice, Andrea Thompson, Beverly Christian

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

No abstract provided.


The Tough Gig: Being Salt And Light, Michael Spence Jul 2015

The Tough Gig: Being Salt And Light, Michael Spence

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

Almost exactly two years ago, I was invited to speak at the Avondale Graduation for that year and had accepted. But unexpectedly, my wife was taken ill in late November and was dead by the 22nd of December. It was a very difficult time, but it was also a time in which life had a certain clarity. All sorts of things that had seemed important – the state of the house, the state of my finances, the state of my work –seemed suddenly far less significant. But relationships (with Beth, with my children, with our friends, with God), in those days ...


Too Busy Not To Play, Julie Weslake Jan 2012

Too Busy Not To Play, Julie Weslake

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

Parents’ lives today are very busy and many

complain about being time-poor. Society seems

to be addicted to busyness, with people out of

breath trying to catch up and keep up. Busyness

even seems to be a symbol of success, but what

is the price and who pays it?


The Role Of The Prinicipal: A Multifaceted Role, John Collier Jan 2012

The Role Of The Prinicipal: A Multifaceted Role, John Collier

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

Principalship in the twenty-first century is complex and diverse. A principal is responsible across the domains of educational leadership, curriculum development, teaching and learning theory and classroom practice, spirituality / values education, student welfare and discipline, including reporting to agencies, school finances and budget, property management, risk mitigation, litigation management, staff welfare and industrial relations, marketing, selection and dismissal of staff and students, strategic planning and vision, outdoor education, and depending, on the governance of the school, reporting to statutory authorities, School Council, Church or denominational hierarchy.