|1.||Investigate traditional views of humanities curriculum in schools in order to explore Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives;|
|2.||Identify and explain the complex issues of including indigenous standpoints in teaching and learning;|
|3.||Review curriculum materials and resources in order to identify approaches and strategies that support the inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives; and|
|4.||Articulate the State and National educational agendas that promote respectful and reconciling relationships in Aboriginal education.|
|Review||Summarise national Humanities curriculum agendas to produce a Humanities Professional Teaching Statement. (600 words)||20%|
|Project||Part 1 : Rationale to Parents Guardians Part 2 : Teaching package (1500 words)||30%|
|Report||Promote HASS educational practice (900 words)||50%|
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education: An Introduction for the Teaching Profession.
Price, K. (Ed.). (2012).
Cambridge University Press.
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