This Spring issue is a fascinating mix of manuscripts, all serendipitously related to ways Christian educators can lead, influence, and develop leadership capacity. The issue opens with Patrick Otto’s call for Christian intellectualism. Belcher and Pebesma describe a study of technology teaching and learning for preservice teacher educators. Cavner and Bryant explore ways to plan integrated lessons for deep learning and life change. Farris and Purper share their experiences developing partnerships with public organizations in their local community. The issue concludes with two book reviews focusing on leadership in schools, one related to supporting students with special educational needs, the other on leadership for flourishing.
From the Editor.
International Christian Community of Teacher Educators Journal, 17(1).