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Design and Technology opportunities to embed First Nations perspectives

After the recent DATTA (Design and Technology Teachers Association) National Conference in Brisbane, I am making available my PowerPoint, curriculum links and ideas of how you can embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island perspectives within this Key Learning Area. Every Learning Area within the Australian Curriculum has the opportunity to embed First Nations perspectives within their teaching and learning. Find out how you can do this by either using Our Land, Our Stories series from AIATSIS and Nelson Cengage or through your pedagogy using 8 ways or Uncle Ernie’s Framework.

Find the PowerPoint here

Find the Curriculum Links here https://www.sallylawrence.com.au/product/datta-design-and-technologies-curriculum-links/

World Vision – Reconciliation Week LIVE

Just in case you missed the World Vision LIVE for Reconciliation Week 2020, here I am sharing from my experiences, how to embed First Nations cultures and histories within the curriculum and the importance of connecting with your local First Nations Communities.

Thank you to World Vision for the opportunity to share and inspire other non-Indigenous teachers. This was a part of the campaign for “In my blood it runs” and Reconciliation Week 2020.

Head directly to World Vision’s website for the full 1 hour panel discussion and brilliant resources to support you in your journey. Click on the link or image below.

https://www.worldvision.com.au/actions-for-justice/first-nations-people/teachers/teachers-for-first-nations-education-resources

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