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AbstractThis essay reviews and provides a critical introduction to the papers found within these Refereed Proceedings of the Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA) Conference held in Yeppoon, Queensland, 5-8 July, 1997. It argues that within Australia, and to a lesser extent the Asia Pacific region, there is evidence of a new settlement in teacher education, the parameters and particulars of which are characterised by significant changes in its political economy, social and knowledge bases. While it is evident that particular features of previous settlements in Australian teacher education remain, in recent times many of these features have acquired different emphases and meanings; in part due to their conjoining with and (re)positioning amongst other elements previously illegitimated or `held at bay'. Each of the themes of change is examined in turn and, at relevant junctures, references are made to papers within the volume that provide further illustration and explanation.
Gale, T. <http://eprints.gla.ac.uk/view/author/34620.html>, Erben, T., and Danaher, P.A. (1998) Towards a new settlement in Australian teacher education. In: Danaher, P.A., Gale, T. and Erben, T. (eds.) Diversity, Difference and Discontinuity: (Re)Mapping Teacher Education for the Next Decade: Refereed Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the Australian Teacher Education Association Yeppoon, Queensland, Australia, 5-8 July. The Australian Teacher Education Association: Rockhampton. ISBN 9781875902934