This unit of study supports students to become effective teachers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students by expanding their understanding of the diversity of Indigenous cultures, communities and perspectives. The unit develops an understanding of Australia's shared history, and highlights the importance of embedding Indigenous content and perspectives in the curriculum for all students. Key stakeholders in Indigenous education are identified and the importance of consultation and ongoing engagement with communities is emphasised. Current NSW Aboriginal education policies and strategies are examined in the broader context of global Indigenous educational experience and rights based initiatives. Students will also develop a knowledge and understanding of culturally inclusive teaching and learning strategies for all students.
1x1-hr lecture and 1x1-hr tutorial/wk for 12 wks
presentation and reflection (20%) and 1500wd report and lesson sequence (40%) and 1500wd essay (40%)
42 credit points including EDUP1001 and EDUP1002 and EDUP1003 and EDUP1004