Critical Classroom – Live on Google Hangouts

As soon as Hangouts on Air became available, I’ve been hoping that we could create a regular online event for The Critical Classroom. Watch our first one here below: References mentioned during our session WIPC:E Conference 2014 Sharing our Stories published by Pearson Sacred Cows by Anita Heiss Women of the Sun AIATSIS Collection of … Continue reading Critical Classroom – Live on Google Hangouts

Review: Sacred Cows

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This weekend I had an opportunity to read Sacred Cows (Magabala Books) by Anita Heiss. It’s a quick, but very good read. I reviewed it this week during the first of our After Dinner with the Critical Classroom.

Incorporating perspectives without being tokenistic

A question from FP in Sydney – “how do teachers incorporate Aboriginal perspectives across all KLAs without it appearing wishy washy or tokenistic“ This is a key question to being an effective teacher. If we image that teaching is both being able to interact with and engage with learner, while at the same time knowing … Continue reading Incorporating perspectives without being tokenistic