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Title: A rural education teacher preparation program: course design, student support and engagement
Authors: Eaton, Sarah E.
Gereluk, Dianne
Dressler, Roswita
Becker, Sandra
Keywords: rural education;Canada;teacher education;teacher preparation
Issue Date: 27-Apr-2017
Abstract: Attracting and retaining teachers for rural and remote areas is a pervasive global problem. Currently, teacher education in Canada is primarily delivered in face-to-face formats located in urban centres or satellite campuses. There is a need for relevant and responsive teacher education programs for rural pre-service teachers. Recognizing this need, one university has responded by creating a Community-based Bachelor of Education program targeting rural students who reside beyond the reach of these campuses. This paper explores the inaugural year of this innovative program, the only one of its kind in Canada. Paper presented at AERA 2017, San Antonio, Texas
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/51973
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