How to Begin and End an Art Therapy Session Effectively
We have created a basic art therapy session guide which will give therapists a framework to conduct a productive session. FREE Template Plan included.
Infographic: Australia's Stolen Generations
A concise overview of the Stolen Generations: When did it happen? Who was taken? How many children were affected? And what were the consequences? High-resolution PDF ready to be printed in A3 or A4. Ideal for lesson preparation, seminars or assignments....
Indigenous Australian Reconciliation Timeline
This high quality product features 24 beautifully presented posters, highlighting the events that have had an impact on the recognition of the rights of Australia's Indigenous peoples. Use as a wall display around your classroom to recognise and celebrate National Reconciliation week or NAIDOC week or use to support other activities that focus on the issues of reconciliation in Australia. Let your imagination run wild with this multipurpose resource.
Indigenous Food "Bush Tucker" (4 pg) :: Teacher Resources and Classroom Games
Select from a large range of generated, static or user created worksheets. Also create your own worksheets
Face the facts: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples | Australian Human Rights Commission
Download in PDF Download in Word Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have a unique place in Australia as the original inhabitants of the land.
Infographic: Aboriginal population
This infographic helps demystifying many stereotypes around Australia's Aboriginal population. You will find out that most Aboriginal people live in New South Wales and major cities, not in the Northern Territory or remote outback. A striking population cu...
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“A great visual to think more about how @Ready4rigor defines culturally responsive teaching, and how to go beyond surface and shallow culture to get at the deep stuff. Thanks to @carlota_holder for the beautiful #sketchnote #edchat #culturallyrelevant”
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This Saturday, the 7th of April, is World Health Day. With at least half of the world’s population unable to access essential health services, this year’s theme is will focus on #healthequality, with the key message of “Universal health coverage: everyone, everywhere”. Here in Australia, there continues to be vast inequalities in health and life-expectancy between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and non-Indigenous Australians. #closethegap #aboriginaleducation #wingarueducation