Deadly Ways – Democracy and Politics

Here is the first of the Deadly Ways presentations. It currently sits at 5 Deadly Ways to Explore Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives of democracy, politics and civics in your classroom, but will definitely grow in the coming months. I did want to note that Annabel Crabb, political commentator and journalist, made an important … Continue reading Deadly Ways – Democracy and Politics

Sharing culture the Yolgnu Way

The third of our Easter holiday Indigenous education resource producer series – checkout Sharing Culture. Qld based, but Yolngu culture, this deadly family produce CD-Roms for literacy, art, language, culture learning. These look great – and are very reasonably priced too!

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students studying business?

Yes? Why not check out my other blog “On The Ground” which is business from an Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander perspective. There are a number of entrepreneur profiles with links (a growing list). I’ve currently organised the site into: 9 CORE TOPICS Indigenous Business Being in Business Marketing Business Planning Copyright and Intellectual Property … Continue reading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students studying business?

Essential Reading

Here is another selection for the other resource for the non-institutionally-affiliated-student or Life-Long Learner. The Australian Critical Race & Whiteness Studies Association examines Whiteness in an Australian context, exploring the racialised nature of our country. They hold regular conferences with a regular journal published that you can access from the website.