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The eJournal of Catholic Education in Australasia is a double peer reviewed international and national journal. The eJournal uploads articles pertaining to issues relating to Catholic schools within the Australasian region. Issues for discussion include, but are not limited to: School leadership and management; student ministry and leadership; service learning; curriculum; professional learning; school evangelisation; and, Catholic identity.
The eJournal is published twice a year through the School of Education, at The University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle.
Managing Editor: Professor Chris Hackett, The University of Notre Dame Australia
Editors: Associate Professor Shane Lavery, The University of Notre Dame Australia, Dr Helga Neidhart, and Dr Gregory Hine, The University of Notre Dame, Australia.
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Pre-service Teachers’ Perspectives on Teaching Scripture in Primary Religious Education
Sharon Law-Davis, Christine Robinson, Jessica Fic, and Rebecca Mola
‘Has anyone here seen Amos?’ – re-establishing ‘prophetic imagination’ at the centre of religious education and formation
Peter Mudge and Daniel J. Fleming
The Congruence of Academic Motivation and Catholic Education
Monica J. Kowalski
Parents: Active partners in the educational achievement of their children
Michael O'Neill, Shane Lavery, and Anne Coffey
Theological Foundations of Pastoral Care in Catholic Universities
Thomas V. Gourlay
How will a fourth cross curriculum priority of Catholicity and an eighth general capability of Wisdom contribute to Catholic curriculum in Tasmanian Catholic Schools?
Bobbi-Jo Bailey, Alanna Stretton, and Anita Cunningham
A systematic narrative review of literature on Catholic schools in Australia to better understand the role of School Leadership deploying and integrating Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in this environment
Steven Francis Vella, Oliver Kisalay Burmeister, Arnela Ceric, and Andrew Barnden