TEACH Journal of Christian Education


List of Papers (Total 315)

Maximising the Potential of the ‘Third Teacher’: Indoor Developmental Play Environments: 3–8 Yrs

The educators of Reggio Emilia call the environment the “third teacher” because it “speaks to children about what they can do, how and where they can do it and how they can work together” (Paiman & Terrani, 1998, p.1). They see space as an “aquarium that mirrors the ideas, values, attitudes and cultures of the people who live in it” (Gandini, 1994, p.149). Curtis and Carter speak...

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Student Peer Bullying: A Brief Overview of the Problem and Some Associated Myths

Over the past few years the news media has increasingly highlighted the problem of peer bullying in schools. Within school communities there is a considerable divergence of opinion as to how it should be viewed and what should be done to address it. Research in the area of bullying began to flourish following the pioneering work of Dan Olweus in the early 1970s and has sufficient...

It’s Not About Me

By David Arthur, Published on 01/01/10

Reflections on a Secure Attachment

By Lynn Clarke, Published on 11/21/12

Child Protection in Independent Schools

Given the relationship between a person’s emotional development, their faith development and the experiences during the early years of their lives, it is vital for the Christian school to do all it can to ensure that students are kept safe from all forms of abuse. This paper analyses research on the psychological effects of child abuse and gives practical ideas for teachers and...

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Visible Learning: A Book Review

By Cedric Greive and Jason Hinze, Published on 01/01/10

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