www.acsieurope.org - The website of the Association of Christian Schools International. Click on ‘Find a School’ to find ACSI member schools in your country, including links to their websites where they are available. ‘Store’ page has details of resources available from ACSI. ‘Offices’ page includes details of services available from ACSI Europe and ACSI CIS/Baltics offices.
www.christian-education.org CHRISTIAN EDUCATION EUROPE Reaching Europe for Christ … one child at a time. The purpose of this organization is to promote Biblical Christian Education in the United Kingdom and Europe. They believe that Christian Education, at school or at home, to be the best form of education. The curriculum used in CEE schools is the A.C.E. curriculum developed in America by Dr. D. Howard.
http://www.vebs-online.com - Arbeitsgemeinschaft Evangelischer Bekenntnisschulen, Germany is an association of Christian schools in Germany and German-speaking Switzerland. Member schools are listed and there is also a map showing their distribution. Encouraging testimonials from teachers, parents, present and former students and board members.
www.aespef.org is the website of the Association of Protestant and Evangelical Schools in the Francophonie. The chairperson of this association is Luc Bussière.
www.christianschoolstrust.co.uk - The Christian Schools Trust represents over 50 of the new Christian Schools in the UK. The website has an interactive map which gives details of these schools.
www.christian-teachers.org.uk - The attractive and well laid-out website of the Association of Christian Teachers, England, has a large number of freely downloadable articles, an online searchable digest of reviews of teaching and learning resources, free downloadable screensavers and desktop wallpapers and PDFs of the contents of recent issues of the Association’s magazine,ACT Now. There are also contact details for ACT Local Groups.
www.creduca.ch - The website of the Swiss-based Creduca organisation for Christian educators. A number of pages with no content yet but an excellent section on sources of materials (bookshops, organisations etc) and websites mainly based in Switzerland.
www.csionline.org - Christian Schools International. Click on ‘Schools Directory’ to find details of CSI member schools. ‘Curriculum’ page has details of resources for a range of subject areas and aspects of schooling.
www.educadorescristianos.org - Association of Evangelical Educators, Spain. This very attractive website is very easy to navigate and contains much useful information including details of meetings, conferences and other activities of interest to Christian educators. There is a section on ‘Godly Play’.
www.foerderverein-fuer-christliche-schulen.de – Foerderverein fuer Christliche Schulen provides training and consultation services for teachers in Christian schools in Germany and German-speaking Switzerland. A number of articles can be downloaded freely on their website and there are also details of books available.
http://gbgdocentes.wordpress.com/ is the website of the recently formed Grupo de Docentes Evangélicos, the professional group for Christian teachers set up by GBU (Grupos Bíblicos Unidos) in Spain. It gives news of events, projects, articles and other items of interest to Christian educators.
www.icbs.ch is the website of German-speaking Christian schools in Switzerland. A site with resources in German.
www.insegnantievangelici.it is the website of Comitato Insegnanti Evangelici Italiani, the recently formed national association of Christian teachers in Italy. Among the resources already on the site are sets of helpful articles and book reviews.
www.instruire.ch is the website of French-speaking Christian schools in Switzerland. A site with many resources in French.
www.kpi.dk – The website of the Christian Pedagogical Institute in Denmark has details of courses and conferences, a large number of downloadable articles on various aspects of education. Of particular interest is Carsten Hjorth Pedersen’s ‘Pedagogy and Christianity’ which can be downloaded in Danish, Norwegian or English.
www.kristneskoler.dk - The Pedagogical Association of Christian Free Schools in Denmark represents 35 independent Christian schools in Denmark. The website contains several articles in Danish, especially useful for the Nordic countries.
www.niact.org.uk – Association of Christian Teachers, Northern Ireland. Their website includes summaries and comments on recent government curriculum reviews and reports.
www.tisca.org.uk - The Independent Schools Christian Alliance, UK. The website has a number of freely downloadable articles, including ‘Slow Food – Bible Studies for Busy Teachers’ and ‘Ten Tests of a Christian School’. There is also a ‘Situations vacant and required’ section.