Embedding Indigenous Knowlege – What’s Your Investment?

Picture this scenario. Kids in bed, its quiet and peaceful, nothing’s happening just sitting in front of the telly, my partner and I reading the weekend papers, drinking tea. And there’s a story on the front page of the paper – a football player (or coach) has managed to get himself into trouble (a spear … Continue reading Embedding Indigenous Knowlege – What’s Your Investment?

"I can’t find an elder to come & speak to my class"

“I can’t find an elder to come & speak to my class” This is a fairly standard question from teachers as we move into the time some schools are thinking about how they will celebrate NAIDOC week. Let’s think about why it might be “difficult” to find a guest speaker and how you might consider … Continue reading "I can’t find an elder to come & speak to my class"

Grow your understanding of Indigenous issues by developing an educator PLN

It may seem bizzare that a blog devoted to talking about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives would have its second post about PLNs, but perhaps we won’t do things in an expected way. At the Critical Classroom, we’re interested in constantly driving learning from teachers and students. The most curious teachers are the most exciting ones. … Continue reading Grow your understanding of Indigenous issues by developing an educator PLN