Embracing strong communities

Children are part of their community, and all that that means. They are part of their culture; cultures that are ever-evolving and wonderfully diverse. As educators, we need to broaden our own views of diversity, and how we celebrate that diversity with children, their families and the community.
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Dots upon dots, circles upon circles

Q-Tips. Pointillism, grade, Dots upon dots, circles upon circles, maybe do color families .

In 2013 IAG started Australia’s 500th accredited Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) – a commitment to recognise and solve inequality betwee… Read More Published: April 29, 2014

content: Seeing the story of person In 2013 IAG started Australia’s accredited Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) – a commitment to recognise and solve inequality betwee… Read More Published: April 2014

6 Aboriginal Dreaming stories told by children - audio and video

Listens to Aboriginal stories and songs and views Aboriginal artworks and dance. 6 Aboriginal Dreaming stories told by children - audio and video

A great collection of fabulous books from Australian Indigenous Authors and illustrators. Perfect for sharing during Reconciliation Week in particular.

A great collection of fabulous books from Australian Indigenous Authors and illustrators. Perfect for integrating this cross-curricula priority!

There are a bunch of audio recordings of Aboriginal elders (from Blackfoot, Cree, Ojibway, Mohawk, and M'ikmaq nations) giving traditional teachings. It's an easy way to insert an authentic Aboriginal voice into a lesson. There are also lesson plans across a variety of grades and subjects, giving suggestions of how to explicitly incorporate these teachings into the curriculum.

Four Directions Teachings: A visually stunning audio narrated resource for learning about Indigenous knowledge and philosophy from five diverse First Nations in Canada.

[VIDEO] PRESERVING INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES * * * Language of Belonging is a multi-platform education resource based on the ground breaking Indigenous short animation Wadu Matyidi and the five accompanying behind the scenes mini documentaries. #Aboriginal #Culture #Indigneous #Languages #animation #mLearning

[VIDEO] PRESERVING INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES * * * Language of Belonging is a multi-platform education resource based on the ground breaking Indigenous short animation Wadu Matyidi and the five accompanying behind the scenes mini documentaries.

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