Education in Rural Australia Vol 9, No 2 (1999)

Table of Contents Feature Articles Listening to Country voices: Preparing, Attracting and Retaining Teachers for Rural and Remote Areas – Allan Yarrow, Paul Herschell and Jan Millwater The Functions of school Councils in Canada and Australia – Colin Boylan and John Davis Self-­Efficacy: A Mediating Role in Agricultural Study – Petrina Quinn School and Community […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 10, No 1 (2000)

Table of Contents Feature Articles Remote Student Access to Education via Satellite Delivery – Colin Boylan, Andrew Wallace, Wayne Richmond Student Perceptions of Teacher-­Student Interpersonal Behavior and classroom Learning Environment in Metropolitan and Country Schools – Bruce G Waldrip, Darrell L Fisher Brief Reports Vocational Education and Training: Its Impact on the Traditional Education Environment […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 10, No 2 (2000)

Table of Contents Feature Articles Isolated Parents’ Perceptions of the Education of their Children with Disabilities – Diana du Plessis and Jeff Bailey Short Articles A Composer ­in­ Residence Project at Meekatharra School of the Air, Western Australia – Belinda Yourn, Providing Vocational Education and Training (VET) in NSW Rural Schools and Students: The ‘state […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 11, No 1 (2001)

Table of Contents Feature Articles ‘Now, Year Ones, this is your life!’ Preparing the present generation of students for a world of – Hedley Beare Short Articles Parents’ perceptions of planning for and provision of early childhood services in rural and regional NSW – Tracey Simpson, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst Review of contemporary issues for rural […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 11, No 2 (2001)

Table of Contents Feature Articles Cultural Practices of Pedagogy: Literacy Contexts for Young Aboriginal Students in Inner & Outer Regional Australia – Susan Clancy and Lee Simpson, Charles Sturt University Empowering an Indigenous Rural Community: Local Teachers for Local Schools – John Delany and Derek Wenmouth, Distance Education Coordinators, Christchurch College of Education Sport, Physical […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 12, No 1 (2002)

Table of Contents Feature Articles Children’s physical activity, health and physical education in isolated rural contexts: The views of parent educators in Queensland – Tony Rossi, Faculty of Education, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba Jan Wright, Faculty of Education, University of Wollongong, Wollongong Learning partnerships in rural early childhood settings – Kennece Coombe and Joy […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 12, No 2 (2002)

Table of Contents Feature Articles Multiage Classes: what research tells us about their suitability for rural schools – Linley Lloyd, School of Education, University of New England A foot in both camps: School students and workplaces – Annette Green, Charles Sturt University Erica Smith, SA Wholesale Retail & Personal Services ITAB Student teacher stress and […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 18, No 2 (2008)

Table of Contents Editorial Changes – Emmy Terry President SPERA Meet the New Editors – Colin Boylan Interactive distance e­Learning for isolated communities: Starting and finishing the jigsaw – Stephen Crump and Colin Boylan The sound and the vision: developments in interactive distance education facilitated by satellite broadcast in NSW and the NT. – Lorraine […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 18, No 1 (2008)

Table of Contents Erratum Feature Articles Using Web2.0 Applications to Close The Digital Divide In Western Australia – Sue Trinidad and Tania Broadley Kindergarten Transition in a Small Rural School: From Planning to Implementation – Amy Macdonald Bringing Professional Experience to the Rural University Classroom Through Community Play Sessions: Experiences of Pre­Service Teachers and Families […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 17, No 2 (2007)

Table of Contents Feature Articles Chasms in Students Achievement: exploring the rural­ metropolitan divide – Debra Panizzon and John Pegg Life is Good for Babies: the pedagogical and management decisions enabling a teacher to be employed in rural infant ­toddler program – Lynda Ireland Student perceptions of teacher­ student interpersonal behaviour and cultural factors of […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 17, No 1 (2007)

Table of Contents Guest Editorial Comments – Colin Boylan The Role of Higher Education Institutions in Rural Development – John Bryden Current issues in Rural Education in Newfoundland and Labrador – Dennis M. Mulchay Improving Student Outcomes in Rural and Small Schools – Clark E, Gardener & Art Borgemenke Local Solutions for Local Problems: Addressing […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 13, No 1 (2003)

Journal Papers Quantifying Access Disadvantage and Gathering Information in Rural and Remote Localities: The Griffith Service Access Frame Dr. Dennis A. Griffith, Rural Education Research and Development Centre, James Cook University of North Queensland Abstract This paper argues that a purely geographic classification is not the best way to determine objective measures of rural disadvantage in […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 13, No 2 (2003)

Journal Papers The Rural Population Transformation and Education in Australia David McSwan, School of Education, James Cook University Abstract This paper aims to relate the Australia data on rural­-urban migration and economic change to education. It illustrates that there has been scant policy attention to the fundamental role of education in the changing nature of Australia’s […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 14, No 1 (2004)

Journal Papers Some links between economic and social changes in rural area and the need for reform in rural education John M Bryden Abstract This paper discussed the principal economic and social changes taking place in rural areas of the OECD countries, identifies some of the key future challenges they face, and proposes some necessary shifts […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 14, No 2 (2004)

Journal Papers Beyond The Agricultural Paradigm in Regional and Rural Australia: Building Capacity to Create a Preferred Future Janelle Allison, Centre for Rural and Regional Innovation, The University of Queensland Jock Douglas, Wyoming, via Roma Abstract Regional and rural Australia is undergoing significant change. Among the drivers for change are: (1) an emerging discourse on nature […]

AIJRE Vol 25, No 2 (2015)

Journal Papers Learner agency and assessment for learning in a regional New Zealand high school Jennifer Charteris 2-13 Preparing pre-service teachers for rural appointments Kathy Jenkins, Linley Cornish 14-27 Learning opportunities in the ‘Golden Years’ in a regional city Bronwyn Ellis 28-43 Comparing rural and urban education contexts for GLBTIQ students Tiffany Jones 44-55 A partnership […]

AIJRE Vol 25, No 1 (2015)

Journal Papers Recruiting and retaining teachers in rural schools in South Africa: Insights from a rural teaching experience programme Alfred Masinire 2-14 Influencing pre-service teachers’ intentions to teach in rural locations Henriette van Rensburg, Karen Noble, Peter McIlveen 15-24 From little things big things grow: Enhancing literacy learning for secondary students in rural and regional Australia […]