Preservice teacher education partnerships: Creating an effective practicum model for rural and regional preservice teachers

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Ryan, Josephine and Jones, Melita. (2012). Preservice teacher education partnerships: Creating an effective practicum model for rural and regional preservice teachers Sydney, Australia: Office of Learning and Teaching.
AuthorsRyan, Josephine and Jones, Melita
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This project will develop and implement inter-university strategies designed to reshape curriculum in the practicum aspect of rural and regional teacher education programs. This collaboration between ACU National and La Trobe University addresses the challenges of establishing effective teaching approaches in the school practicum, in particular that of providing supervision for pre-service teachers who are placed across a wide geographical area. The project will: (1) develop a secure ICT platform shared between ACU and La Trobe which supports rural and regional pre-service teachers' learning during their practicum; (2) create processes and protocols which will allow universities to share supervision of pre-service teachers in these areas; and (3) develop new strategies for universities to create positive partnerships with rural and regional teacher supervisors. The partnership model developed, together with documentation of lessons learned, will be designed to meet the varying needs of other universities with similar challenges.

Year2012
PublisherOffice of Learning and Teaching
Place of publicationSydney, Australia
Page range1 - 32
Web address (URL)http://www.olt.gov.au/project-preservice-teacher-education-partnerships-acu-2009
Open accessOpen access
Research GroupSchool of Education
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