Blacklines Free Resources Great Moments In Blakistory Quiz 1

Check out this SlideShare Presentation: Blacklines Free Resources Great Moments In Blakistory Quiz 1 View more presentations from Leesa Watego. Using Sam Cook’s Great Moment’s In Blakistory Fact Sheets (see last post), I created a Quiz using PowerPoint. You need to have the Fact Sheets to answer the questions. I suggest that you create a … Continue reading Blacklines Free Resources Great Moments In Blakistory Quiz 1

Black History Month 2009

2008 saw the creation of Blak History Month in Australia. Ms Sam Cook from Kiss My Blak Arts declared it, create a poster and shared the idea and vision. Through social network sites like Facebook and Twitter, Australia’s Blak History Month has slowly but steadily grown.The next few posts will feature some of these resources. … Continue reading Black History Month 2009

Appropriating Aboriginal Art: To Be or Not To Be

Students will ask “why can’t we use Aboriginal images?” Particularly if they see the work of artists like Richard Bell, who is deliberate in his appropriation of “western” artists like Lichtenstein or Tillers. “If he’s apppropriating, why can’t we*? Well there are a couple of responses you can offer that may assist students to get … Continue reading Appropriating Aboriginal Art: To Be or Not To Be

Welcome to the Critical Classroom

We acknowledge the traditional owners of this continent, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, and we acknowledge our families and communities. What is the Critical Classroom? The Critical Classroom is a space that aims to provide dialogue, problem-solving, facilitation and knowledge to classroom teachers embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledges into their classroom. We’ll … Continue reading Welcome to the Critical Classroom