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 […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 6, No 2 (1996)

Table of Contents Feature Articles A Teaching Program in Rural Education: Learning Through Experiential Activities – Ron Oliver, Murray Lake What Are We Missing? A Review of the Educational and Vocational Interests of Marginalised Rural Youth – J M Gidley, P H Wildman People, Places and Learning – Helen Sheil Brief Reports Australian Rural Education […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 7, No 1 (1997)

Table of Contents Feature Articles Educating for Cultural Understanding in Rural Communities: A Case Study – Bob Hill, Noel Thomas Personal Reflections on Researching in Small Schools – Brendan Nolan Brief Reports No More SOTA for Me – Angus Seekamp Home Schooling: A View of Future Education? – Sandra H Nicholls Some Priorities for Planning […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 7, No 2 (1997)

Table of Contents Feature Articles Towards a ‘Learning community’: The Case of Rana Primary School – Barry Cocklin Consolidation of Rural Education in Hong Kong and Australia – William Hon­tong Ma, John Chi­kin Lee, Henry Chun­wai Leung Rural Education in Tasmania – Graham Harrington Researching in Small Schools – Results and Challenges – Brendan Nolan […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 8, No 1 (1998)

EducTable of Contents Feature Articles Celebrating Connectedness – Robin Maslen What is Ag­Ed? – Lee Mylne and Judy Linley Brief Reports Rural Students Studying in Tertiary Settings – Brian Hemmings, Russell Kay, and Doug Hill Rural and Remote Professional Practice Placements for Children’s Studies Students – Stephanie Jackiewicz, Rosa Lincoln and Kristen Brockman Teacher/Intern Partnerships […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 1, No 1 (1991)

Table of Contents Feature Articles A Voice for Education in Rural Australia – Colin Boylan What Does Social Justice Mean for Education in Rural Australia? – Ann Morrow Issues in Education in Remote Rural Australia – Ted Scott Catering for the Needs of Pre­-School Age Children in Rural Areas: A Case Study Margaret Clyde Parental […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 1, No 2 (1991)

Table of Contents Feature Articles A Report on Satellite Education in the North­West of Victoria R. J. Cruise Rurality: “From the Inside Looking Out” – Karen Redman Beginning Teachers in Small, Isolated Schools: Time to Question some Myths? – Frank Crowther, Peter Cronk, Sheila King, Ian Gibson Supporting Students with Disabilities in Rural Queensland Ian […]

Education in Rural Australia Vol 2, No 1 (1992)

Table of Contents VOLUME 2 No.1 1992 Feature Articles Redefining Remoteness in the Post Industrial Society – Peter d’Plesse Education and change in Rural Areas in the 1990’s – Chicken Little Was Not Wrong – Robb Mason, Shirley Randell Rural Decline and community Services Education in Victoria: The Bendigo Experience – Peter Condliffe Educational Extension […]