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Indigenous education resources

Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives

First nations perspectives - literature

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Curricula

A project led by Professor Marcia Langton at Melbourne University which developed a suite of cross curriculum resources for Years 3 – 10. The resources are compatible with all State and Territory curricula.
The resources relate to the three themes of Fire, water and astronomy and include lessons to incorporate Indigenous knowledge related to science, maths, technology, English, humanities, social studies, health and physical education. 

Inclusive Collection Development - Ruth Woolven

Twitter thread on inappropriate resources in a school library
Kerry Klim@flaskblak Sep 30 2020 thread including photos of books and notes on why they should be weeded.
 

Recommended books

  • Welcome to Country by Marcia Langton – Adult and Youth Edition
  • The Little Red Yellow Black Book by Bruce Pascoe
  • Dark Emu and Young Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe. We have Young Dark Emu as a guided reading set in our upper primary.
  • Nganga by Aunty Fay Muir & Sue Lawson for explanations of words and phrases 

Masterclass Series: Powering Learning

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