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Title Developing sustainable education in regional Australia / edited by Andrew Gunstone, Bruce Waldrip and Margaret Plunkett.
Imprint Clayton, Vic. : Monash University Publishing, 2013.

Subject Education, Rural -- Australia.
Alt Name Gunstone, Andrew,
Waldrip, Bruce G.,
Plunkett, Margaret L.,
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents List of Contributors ... v; Acknowledgements ... .viii; 1. Developing Sustainable Education in Regional Australia ... 1; Bruce Waldrip, Andrew Gunstone and Margaret Plunkett; 2. Educating for a Sustainable Future Through the Redevelopmentof the Online Learning Experience for Off-Campus Students ... 8; Judy Tennant, Andrew West, Margaret Plunkett, and Renata Howard.
3. The Benefits of University Studies ... 25The Perspectives of Pathway Students; Stuart Levy; 4. Development of a Postulated Model for Investigating Resilienceand Retention of Teachers and Nurses ... 43; A Review of Literature; Jeffrey Dorman and Michael Dyson; 5. Sustainable Education in a Small Regional Medical School ... 66; Challenges and Opportunities; Brian Chapman and William Hart; 6. Engaging the Learner ... 79; A Framework for Sustainable Teaching.
Adam Bertram7. Racial Behaviour Among Secondary School Students ... 99; Khalim Zainal, Johari Talib, Fazilah Idris, Mansor Bin Mohd. Noor, Norshidah Mohamad Salleh; 8. Investigating a Win-Win Situation ... 117; Delivering Quality Swimming Experiences for Children in Local Primary Schools within the Gippsland Region, via Teacher Education; 9. Education, Teaching Entrepreneurship and Indigenous Peoples . . 133; Dennis Foley; 10. "Going to School on Our Country" ... 161.
Expanding the Concept of Schooling in Semi-Sedentary Aboriginal and Sámi Communities in Australia and Sweden11. The Koorie Footprints to Higher Education Program ... 189; An Analysis of Program Strengths and Challenges; Grania Sheehan, Tia Di Biase, and Kylie Clarke.
Summary The issues analyzed in this book explore a range of questions that impact the sustainability of Australia's rural and regional education. Divided into three sections - university education, school education, and Indigenous education - the questions that are examined include: * How can students from homes where neither parent has received post-school education be encouraged to undertake higher education? * How can the collective needs of some children - for example, Indigenous students - be met? * Is competition beneficial for attracting all types of learners? * How does one re-distribute resou.
ISBN 9781922235251 (electronic bk.)
1922235253 (electronic bk.)
9781922235244
1922235245
OCLC # 874563394
Additional Format Print version: Developing sustainable education in regional Australia 9781922235244 (OCoLC)859252636



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