Teacher experience of rurality
Community
Schools
Classroom
Preparing for a rural career
Module 1: Understanding rurality
Module 2: Understanding place
Module 3: Understanding rural teacher identity
Module 4: Working with communities
Module 5: Getting to know rural students' lives
Module 6: Professional experience
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menu 4.4.2
menu 4.4.3
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Module 7: Advice in getting a job

Module 7: Advice in getting a job

In considering applying for a rural/regional position there are many things to consider.
Below is advice given from a range of perspectives to largely a pre-service audience.


Leanne Dawes, Ouyen Secondary College, Rural and Regional Teacher Education Forum, 2010, Deakin University, Australia. 

Andrew Robertson, Chaffey Secondary College, Rural and Regional Teacher Education Forum, 2010, Deakin University, Australia.



Mark Newton, Department of Education and Early Childhood Education, Rural and Regional Teacher Education Forum, 2010, Deakin University, Australia. 

Paul Lomas, Catholic Education Office, Diocese of Sale, Rural and Regional Teacher Education Forum, 2010, Deakin University, Australia.

You will also find interesting information in the resources section on State based incentive programs you may wish to alert your pre-service teachers to as well as examples of how other Universities across Australia have developed incentive programs. (See incentives tab on the resources page)