‘Going rural’ in your teaching journey is often discussed in beginning teacher rhetoric. Rural/remote schools are crying out for quality educators, and this provides a fantastic opportunity for beginning teachers.
However, there are a plethora of ‘myths’ surrounding country teaching, that can make the leap quite daunting. To fix this issue, Liam from PRAC-E, sits down with Al Barnett from Ed. Advice, to talk about the realities of teaching in rural/remote settings.
Al has years experience teaching in far North Queensland, and shares many insightful anecdotes that beginning teachers will find valuable. Enjoy the video and podcast below:
Are you interested in teaching in a rural/remote school?
- I think I will teach rural/remote at some point.
- I will most likely stay in the city.