Many teacher educators today will find little difficulty in"completing this cloze - but Bob Dylan 's understanding of the outsider may not be one that we share in terms of our own experience as teacher educators. Our concern in this papf!:T is to suggest that such an understanding may also be one that we do not often concern ourselves with on behalf of thase of our own students wha study in remote and isolated settings and from a position outside of the discourse communities of school and university education.
|Number of pages||8|
|Journal||Education in Rural Australia|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|