Editor: Scot Headley, George Fox University
Managing Editor: Susanna Thornhill, George Fox University

The mission of ICCTE-J is to promote scholarly understanding and support for Christian teacher educators around the world. We are a peer-reviewed journal of scholarship and practice, seeking to promote research-based and theoretically-informed conversations about a range of topics related to the preparation of educators. Established in 2002, ICCTE exists as an academic community for those who wish to think collaboratively about the functions and fulfillment of faith within teacher preparation efforts. We do this work in order to promote a broader awareness of the importance of Christian thought and practice in education.

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Current Issue: Volume 13, Issue 1 (2018)

Letter from the Editor



What is a Christian Teacher to Do with Louise Rosenblatt’s Transactional Theory of Reading?
Andrew P. Huddleston, Dawan Coombs, Katlin Sehres, and Ashley Miller


Inquiry, Identity, and Integrity in a Biblical Studies Methods Course
Philip Teeuwsen, Abigail Deelstra, Jonathan Van Santen, and David Grills