This is a research paper describing the impact of globalisation on the provision of preservice teacher education in Western Australia. The author utilises a range of research methodologies to gather and analyse current data, finally a range of possible futuristic scenarios are presented. The paper has significance for those concerned with future policy and planning in the area of preservice teacher education yet has a broader impact for all educational planners. It is written from the perspective of a concerned tertiary educator with over twenty-five years experience in education. The author currently co-ordinates a post-graduate course in preservice teacher education at a university in Western Australia.
"The Resources Boom : Cash Cow or Crisis for Preservice Teacher Education in Western Australia?,"
Australian Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 33
, Article 5.
Available at: https://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol33/iss1/5