AIJRE: Rural Professional Learning: Systemic and Student Perspectives
In this March 2022 Edition of AIJRE, these perspectives relate to teacher education, rural clinical placements, rural pathways to university, and credentialling of remote education tutors.
AIJRE Nov 2021 issue: Connecting Rural and Urban Education Research
In this special issue of the Australian and International Journal of Rural Education, a collection of international authors considers how their work and experiences in rural education research can inform, and sometimes even improve, urban-based education research.
AIJRE: Community as an Anchor, Compass and Map for Thriving Rural Education
Current issue of the Australian and International Journal of Rural Education Community as an Anchor, Compass and Map for Thriving Rural Education The papers presented in this issue gravitate around notions of community within rural, regional and remote education. These concepts of community are not new to us in education, particularly those of us with […]
AIJRE Journal No 2 2020 – Boarding Schools for rural and remote families: panacea or problem?
The Australian and International Journal of Rural Education has just released Vol 30 No 2 (2020): Boarding Schools for rural and remote families: panacea or problem? Families living in rural and remote communities often face a difficult choice when their children reach high school age. When there is no local high school, or what is […]
AIJRE Journal No 1 2020 – The Importance of Community
The Australian and International Journal of Rural Education, Vol 30 No 1 (2020) Global to Local Policy and Practices: The Importance of Community This edition positions communities of practice as a significant place-based enabler for successful placements, partnerships and practices in rural and remote contexts. Vol 30 No 1 (2020): Global to Local Policy […]
AIJRE Special Issue Proposals Invited
We are calling for a Special Issue topic and special editor. If you are interested please, identify the theme of the proposal and highlight the significance for the advancement of rural education research Include the following: Name of Special Issue Editor/Editors An outline of the proposal highlighting the theme and discussion why it is important […]
AIJRE Vol 29 No 1 (2019): Rural Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education
Why the need for a special edition on First Nations ruraleducation? Surprisingly,there is almost no literature within Australia that discusses the significance of ruralityin First Nations education.Many research articles describe the significance of remotenessin First Nations education. Much of the extant research is built on a premise that remoteness goes hand in hand with disadvantage […]
Call for Editors: The Australian and International Journal of Rural Education
The Australian and International Journal of Rural Education (AIJRE) is seeking enthusiastic members of the rural education community to join its editorial board. The Australian and International Journal of Rural Education is the Journal of the Society for the Provision of Education in Rural Australia (SPERA). It serves as an international medium for educators and […]
Education in Rural Australia Vol 4, No 1 (1994)
Table of Contents Brief Articles The Importance of the School to Rural Community – John Nunn Do Pre-School Distance Educators Require Specialist Training? – David Kirk Valuing Arts Education in Isolated Queensland – Paul Duncum, Howard Cassidy The Importance of a Practical Experience in a Rural Setting for Pre-Service Teachers – Sheila King Quantitative Management, […]
Education in Rural Australia Vol 4, No 2 (1994)
Table of Contents Feature Articles The Importance of Subject Specificity Concerns of Rural, Beginning Health and Physical Education Teachers – Doune Macdonald Isolated Farmers Make Good Learners – A D Mackenzie Beginner’s Tale – J M R Cameron Audio-graphic Tele-teaching in Pre-Service Teacher Education – Colin Boylan, Don Squires, Alan Smith Staffing Issues in Remote […]