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March 17, 2017

[AIJRE] New Issue Published

Notice of a new issue of this journal appeared in my inbox overnight on Tuesday.  Note the flipped classroom article.

Australian and International Journal of Rural Education

Dear Readers

The Australian and International Journal of Rural Education has just
published the final issue for 2016 at
http://journal.spera.asn.au/index.php/AIJRE. This issue was delayed due to
the migration of the Journal to a new server. We thank all of our users for
their patience during this time and now invite you to review the Table of
Contents and then visit our web site to engage with the articles.

We congratulate our authors, trust that you will find the articles of
interest and encourage you to consider submitting a paper to the Journal or
registering your interest as a reviewer.

Thank you for the continuing interest in our work.
Dr Philip Roberts
Chief Editor AIJRE
journaleditor@spera.asn.au

Australian and International Journal of Rural Education
Vol 26, No 3 (2016)
Table of Contents
http://journal.spera.asn.au/index.php/AIJRE/issue/view/23

EDITORIAL
——–
Australian and International Journal of Rural Education
Editorial (1-2)
Philip Roberts

JOURNAL PAPERS
——–

Rurality, Nigeria’s massification policy on access to basic education and
turnover causations amongst teachers (3-17)
Oluwole Alfred Olatunji,        Stephen Oluwatoyin Ajayi
Integrating digital technologies in the classroom: Lecturers’ views on the
flipped classroom approach (18-29)
Karim Hajhashemi,       Nerina Caltabiano,      Neil Anderson


Dr Philip Roberts
Chief Editor
Australian and International Journal of Rural Education
http://journal.spera.asn.au/index.php/AIJRE

November 16, 2016

[AIJRE] New Issue Published

Also from yesterday’s inbox…

Dear Readers

The Australian and International Journal of Rural Education has just
published its latest issue at http://jtlge.curtin.edu.au/index.php/aijre.

As the Journal is being moved to the SPERA website it has also been
published there. You can access it at
https://www.spera.asn.au/research/journals/
Simply click on the Journal title under the photograph.

The process of migrating the journal to its new home has not been without
its challenges. Over the next week or so all registered users will have
their details entered into the system and a password will be emailed to you.
If you do not receive an email with a new password it means that your
current password should still work. However please do not hesitate to
contact the Journal Manager, Di Gardiner (journal@spera.asn.au) with her
name in the subject line, if you have any difficulty accessing the Journal.
You can also just log in and click the forgotten password link which will
allow you to reset it or go directly to the reset password page at
http://journal.spera.asn.au/index.php/index/login/lostPassword

Please note that if your email address changes you should access the Edit My
Profile link and change it.

We apologise for any inconvenience which may be experienced and thank you
for your patience during this transition phase.

We now invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our
web site to engage with the articles which we hope you will find
interesting.

Thank you for your continuing interest in our work, and we encourage all our
readers to consider contributing to the Journal as authors and/or reviewers.

Best wishes

Editorial Team: Philip Roberts, Sue Ledger, Paula Jervis-Tracey and Elaine
Sharplin

Di Gardiner
Journal Manager
journal@spera.asn.au

Australian and International Journal of Rural Education
Vol 26, No 2 (2016)
Table of Contents
http://jtlge.curtin.edu.au/index.php/aijre/issue/view/27

EDITORIAL
——–
Editorial (1-3)
Phillip Roberts

JOURNAL PAPERS
——–
Rural and regional students’ perceptions of schooling and factors that
influence their aspirations (4-18)
Jane Watson,    Suzie Wright,   Ian Hay,        Kim Beswick,    Jeanne Allen,   Neil
Cranston

The experience is in the journey: An appreciative case-study investigating
early career teachers employment in rural schools (19-33)
Faye McCallum,  Sarah Hazel

Transitioning from university to teaching in schools located in rural and
remote settings (34-48)
John Ewen See Haynes,   Judith Anne Miller

G’aim’ing to be a rural teacher?: Improving pre-service teachers’ learning
experiences in an online rural and remote teacher preparation course (49-62)
Amanda Heffernan,       Roderick Fogarty,       Elaine Sharplin

Rural school teaching in Zimbabwe: Mentoring experiences of beginning
primary school teachers. (63-76)
Lilian Manwa,   Tabitha Grace Mukeredzi,        Lokadhia Manwa

Australian and International Journal of Rural Education
http://jtlge.curtin.edu.au/index.php/aijre

May 13, 2016

Article Notice – The Straight Truth About Online Learning In The Straits: An Investigation Into The Nature Of Education In A Rural And Remote Region Of Newfoundland And Labrador

A notice of this article of mine that was recently published.

Mulcahy, D., Barbour, M. K., & Lahiri, M. (2016). The straight truth about online learning in the Straits: An investigation into the nature of education in a rural and remote region of Newfoundland and Labrador. Australian and International Journal of Rural Education, 26(1), 27-41. Retrieved from http://jtlge.curtin.edu.au/index.php/aijre/article/view/181

Abstract

This paper reports on a naturalistic research project that was conducted in response to the educational concerns of the coastal rural communities of Labrador Straits. The research project investigated the current provision of education available to the children and the youth of these communities and found that due to declining population, changing demographics, lack of qualified teaching staff in the region and several other interrelated factors, there was an increased reliance on online learning in the small rural schools of the Straits as well as other rural regions of the province.

May 12, 2016

[AIJRE] New Issue Published

From Tuesday’s inbox…

Readers:

The Australian and International Journal of Rural Education has just
published its latest issue at http://jtlge.curtin.edu.au/index.php/aijre.
The Editors invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit
our web site to review articles which we hope you will find interesting.

Thank you for your continuing interest in our work, and we encourage all our
readers to consider contributing to the Journal as authors or reviewers.

Best wishes

Editorial Team

Di Gardiner
Curtin University
diane.gardiner@curtin.edu.au
Di Gardiner
Journal Manager

Australian and International Journal of Rural Education
Vol 26, No 1 (2016)
Table of Contents
http://jtlge.curtin.edu.au/index.php/aijre/issue/view/26

EDITORIAL
——–
Editorial (1-2)
Jodie Kline,    Aaron Drummond

JOURNAL PAPERS
——–
Student teachers’ placement experiences in a familiar school setting: Local
community partnerships with a distance ITE program (3-16)
Bill Ussher

Pre-service teacher education in Nauru: Where, who, and why (17-26)
Penelope Serow, Neil Taylor,    Emily Angell

The straight truth about online learning in the Straits: An investigation
into the nature of education in a rural and remote region of Newfoundland
and Labrador (27-41)
Dennis Mulcahy, Michael K. Barbour,     Minakshi Lahiri

Rural first year university science students: As engaged, aspirational and
motivated as anyone but different science ‘choices’ in Year 12 and
university. (42-53)
Frances Quinn,  Terry Lyons

The financial literacy of young people:Socioeconomic status, language
background, and the rural-urban chasm (54-66)
Paul Ali,       Malcolm Anderson,       Cosima McRae,   Ian Ramsey

Teacher and university educator perspectives on teaching languages in rural
settings: A sonata form case study (67-82)
Jenny Evans,    Anne-Marie Morgan

‘Working from the boot of a red falcon’:The impact of major fires in four
Australian schools (83-98)
Adele Nye

Australian and International Journal of Rural Education
http://jtlge.curtin.edu.au/index.php/aijre

January 30, 2016

[CNIE-L] BOLDE research bank update

From Thursday’s inbox…

To all BOLDE research bank users

86 new Australian records have just been added to the Blended, Online Learning and Distance Education research bank, taking total number of records to 11728.

See October-December 2015 additions for latest.

Regards
Barbara Spiller

The Australian Council for Educational Research acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the Lands across Australia and we pay our respects to Elders past, present and future.

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