There are many different knowledge systems. Students examine the role, nature and development of knowledge as a social construction across a range of cultures. Through the lens of their own Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander culture, students build 'both-ways' understandings by developing their understandings of Western knowledge systems. Students consider the relevance of their inquiry into knowledge in terms of their own community, their values, ethics and modern life, including the impact of technologies.
The CRAAP test had its origins in the US to help students successfully evaluate and find reliable information. The test has seen many variations but in general if something is CRAAP, that's a good thing! CRAAP stands for:
These are the types of things you want to check for, regardless of source type (books, articles, websites, blogs, etc.) The following YouTubes by NYIT and Western University give brief overviews of applying the CRAAP criteria and the full criteria can be found as a pdf here