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Incorporating Indigenous Knowledges Guide: Teaching Resources

An Indigenous Knowledges Resource for educators

Indigenous Education Resources



             Geckos is a website created by the Catholic Education Office Of Western Australia and is structured around Growing Enriched Cultural Knowledge in Our Schools. The website has been created to provide teachers with ideas, activities and resources to assist them when integrating Aboriginal perspectives in the school curriculum. It includes content for both Primary and Secondary in the areas such as Art, Identity, Technology, Mathematics, English and Science.



Science Resources

Maths Resources

Everyday Brave

The six-part Everyday Brave series was designed not only to celebrate Indigenous Australian achievers but also to offer production opportunities and skills development to Indigenous filmmakers.

For more information about the series, teachers notes and the ability to purchase the series via download click here

SOSE Resources


  Just Do It is available online or as a kit with a DVD and PDF teaching notes. It is focused on land care  developed and made by Tangentyere Landcare and Environmental Health Unit. It is a story of five parts about some of the changes that have happened to the plants, animals and water in Central Australia over the past 100 years. The kit is available from the library.

Dust echoes - is a children's multiplatform series that presents twelve Dreamtime stories. The collection of animations, underscored with original music features a range of upper primary and lower-secondary educational materials for teachers and students, including classroom activities that explore themes such as the diverse landscape of the Northern Territory, the Aboriginal moiety and kinship systems, Indigenous spiritual beliefs, power and responsibility in the community, safety and survival in the bush, and Indigenous ceremonies and traditional art and craft techniques..

 My Place website contains clips and images from the TV series "My Place". Teaching activities and associated student work sheets are also available from the site with the focus being on Indigenous characters, historical events linked to Indigenous affairs, government policy and public attitudes.


Charles Darwin University acknowledges the traditional custodians across the lands on which we live and work, and we pay our respects to Elders both past and present.
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