Introduction to Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives in the Classroom

Aligned with the Cross Curriculum priority in the Australian Curriculum of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures, this session will introduce teachers/educators to how they can respectfully and appropriately teach this area of study. Co-facilitated by a First Nations presenter, the session will foster a safe and inclusive environment built on mutual respect and intercultural understanding. By engaging in the stories, knowledge, histories and experiences of First Nations peoples, and learning from one another, participants will begin a journey of ongoing and meaningful engagement. The key objective of the session is to inspire reflection and critical thinking and provide important perspectives to honour First Nations voices in the classroom.

Tailored to: Teachers
Available in: VIC, Virtual
Genre: Professional development
Region: n/a
Standard Pricing
Please note, prices may vary depending on the type and scope of the program/s chosen.

Program type
Price (exc GST)
No of Participants
50 min
From $700
Up to 120
Professional Development
50 min or 2.5 hr
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"The entire team thoroughly enjoyed the delivery approach and Aunty Gabbys ability to be raw and honest. From the start of the booking process until the completion of the PD, the team were very approachable, supportive and showed genuine care and passion towards providing a meaningful experience."
- Arcadia College
"The presenters were amazing! The session was highly educational and relevant to our school RAP program. Our vision recognizes that we work on stolen land and strive to reconcile this reality; we were not here first, and sovereignty was never ceded. It is crucial to remember this as a fundamental motivation for our vision. This was well explained and presented."
- The Mac.Robertson Girls' High School

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