Audiographic Teleteaching in Pre-service Teacher Education


  • Colin Boylan Charles Sturt University
  • Don Squires Charles Sturt University
  • Alan Smith Charles Sturt University



Preparing teachers for rural school appoinunents through including courses in their pre-service program that examine issues about rural lifestyles, community participation, and provide opportunities for multigrade and rural practice teaching experiences have been identified as an important teacher recruitment strategies for rural schools (Watson, et al., 1986; Smith-Davis, 1989; Cross and Murphy, 1990; Luft, 1992). One research outcome from these studies suggests that when students are provided with these components in their pre-service courses their preparedness to seek and/or accept a rural appoinunent is enhanced.




How to Cite

Boylan, C., Squires, D., & Smith, A. . (1994). Audiographic Teleteaching in Pre-service Teacher Education. Australian and International Journal of Rural Education, 4(2), 23–27.

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