Some magazines and journals that focus on Christian education
There are a number of magazines around the world that exist to promote conversation among Christians educators about a wide range of educational topics. You can find information about a number of them here.
The Christian Teachers Journal
Published in Australia, CTJ is a journal for school teachers serving as a forum for the exchange of ideas and practices for Christian education. It seeks to raises issues critical to the development of teaching and learning in a Christian context. http://www.cen.edu.au/journal.aspx
Christian School Education Magazine
CSE is a US-based magazine that serves as the voice of the Association of Christian Schools International. It is designed to provide current, accurate, stimulating, and research-based information on topics of relevance to primary and secondary Christian school educators around the world. More information can be found at http://www.acsi.org/kwcse
Christian Educators Journal
Journal of Education and Christian Belief
JECB is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal focused on issues at the intersection of Education and Christian Belief. It originated in the UK, and now also has an editorial base in the US. Its authors are drawn from around the world. More information can be found at http://www.jecb.org
ICCTE Journal: A Journal of the International Christian Community for Teacher Education
The ICCTE Journal is a North American peer-reviewed online journal for teacher education and allied fields serving the Christian community. Christian educators across a variety of disciplines are invited to share research, pedagogy and student/professor projects and papers at http://icctejournal.org
Journal of Christian Education
A scholarly, peer-reviewed journal published by the Australian Christian Forum, but with authors from around the world. The JCE covers a wide range of interests in Christian Education. See http://www.jce.org.au/.
Journal of Research on Christian Education
This scholarly journal is published by Andrews University in the USA. It provides a vehicle for the scholarly interchange of research findings relevant to every level of Christian Education. See http://www.andrews.edu/jrce/.