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Incorporating Indigenous Knowledge
Indigenous Education Journals
History of Bilingual Education in the Northern Territory by
Publication Date: 2017-03-15
This book provides the first detailed history of the Bilingual Education Program in the Northern Territory of Australia. This ambitious and innovative program began in 1973 and at different times it operated in English and 19 Aboriginal languages in 29 very remote schools. T
Applied Linguistics and Primary School Teaching by
Publication Date: 2011-04-07
Modern primary teachers must adapt literacy programmes and ensure efficient learning for all. They must also support children with language and literacy difficulties, children learning English as an additional language and possibly teach a modern foreign language. To do this effectively, they need to understand the applied linguistics research that underpins so many different areas of the language and literacy curriculum.
8 Aboriginal Ways of Learning
This Aboriginal pedagogy framework is expressed as eight interconnected pedagogies
Aboriginal Education - General Resources WA
APAC is a project that aims to broaden and deepen students' and teachers' understanding of Aboriginal cultures and ways of being
Australian Indigenous Education Foundation
The Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (AIEF) is a private sector led, non-profit organisation focused on empowering Indigenous children in financial need.
Blackwords: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Writers and Storytellers
BlackWords is the most comprehensive record of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander publications available, covering all forms of creative writing, plus film, television, criticism and scholarship.
Commonwealth government portal on indigenous education sources
The Australian Government is committed to achieving better results for Indigenous Australians and is working with states and territories to ensure mainstream schools policy and programs contribute to improvements in outcomes for all students.
Indigenous Literacy Foundation
The Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) aims to raise literacy levels and improve the lives and opportunities of Indigenous Australians living in remote and isolated regions.
Stronger Smarter Institute
The Stronger Smarter Institute delivers quality leadership programs for school leaders to enhance the teaching of Indigenous school students(QUT)
What Works Program
What Works. The Work Program helps schools plan and take action to improve educational outcomes for Australian Indigenous students.
Maths in Indigenous Contexts
This website outlines the process used to develop Stage 2 context-based Mathematics units of work in two NSW schools with significant Aboriginal student enrolments.
Bringing them home
Bringing them Home was the name given to the final report of the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from Their Families conducted by the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (now called the Australian Human Rights Commission)
Indigenous Materials - Books
Two Way Teaching and Learning by
Call Number: 371.8299915 KIMB
Publication Date: 2011-08-01
Teaching Aboriginal Studies by
Call Number: 305.89915 TEAC
Publication Date: 2011-03-01
Indigenous Education by
Publication Date: 2012-12-23
A Share in the Future: Review of Indigenous Education in the Northern Territory
This is the first comprehensive review of Indigenous education in the Northern Territory (NT)
since Learning Lessons (Collins, 1999). Since that time, another generation of Indigenous
children has passed through the NT’s schools. Despite substantial investment and dedicated effort,
this report suggests that in some areas the position for many Indigenous children is worse than
it was at the time of the last review
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.