The year is already off to a flying start. As well as already having travelled through four States/Territories collecting data … More
It has been a big 2018! And I am not so great at remembering to blog. With my PhD tracking … More
Millennials may be critiqued for our excess consumption of avocado, but at least we are adaptive, and responsive to the environment around us.
What do your claims of good intention matter, when we must continue to live with the ongoing consequences of your systems, your actions, your harm.
Knowing how to source good texts which are inclusive of Indigenous knowledges/people/histories is a great skill to have, and really important to ensure that the texts on your shelves are not undermining the hard work you have put into your lesson development and RAP.
You do not need to be First Nations to appropriately embed Indigenous knowledges, and factual history into your learning journey. Whether you’re a teacher in the home, a formal classroom, or out in the community, here is a non-exhaustive list of resources to access.
Why listen to Indigenous people, and decades of quality data and research, when you can rely on your own piss poor, biased anecdotes…