Colleagues, this issue marks the beginning of the third year of publication for the ICCTE Journal. I am pleased to inform you that in this issue we begin two new features. David Robinson, consulting editor to the Journal, provides a review of the book, Religion, Education, and Academic Success by William Jeynes. Our hope is that this review will be the first of many, as we desire to make this a regular feature of the Journal. If you have interest in submitting a review for an upcoming issue, let us know. We seek reviews of books important to Christians involved with teacher education and related fields. Our second new feature, equally exciting in my view, is a section of student submissions. Paul Flores from Azusa Pacific University and I began a conversation in May of 2006 which has resulted in four student submissions. Thank you, Paul for working with your student colleagues in developing papers worthy of publication here. Beginning in the January 2008 issue, each issue of the Journal will feature several student submissions. Student work will be reviewed using processes similar to those employed for our scholarly manuscripts. The Journal seeks student submissions that demonstrate thinking about what it means to be a Christian and an educator. Action research, classroom practice and essays which present issues of importance to Christians involved with education are welcome. The student section is reserved for pre-service educators. However, if you are working with professional educators who are also your graduate students, I encourage you to present the opportunity to them to submit a manuscript for review, as well. You might even consider a collaborative effort!
"From the Editor: Volume 3, Issue 1,"
International Christian Community of Teacher Educators Journal: Vol. 3
, Article 1.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/icctej/vol3/iss1/1