- Acknowledge the past and present traumas and future aspirations of Indigenous peoples, particularly the First Nations people of Australia and other communities of belonging;
- Value Indigenous cultural diversity, recognise Indigenous sovereignty, and educate for a reconciled future;
- Explore theoretical constructs including Deficit Theory and decolonising theories and culturally responsive teaching and learning theories;
- Challenge students to address systematic white privilege in Australian curriculum, and develop strategies that value and highlight positive education outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders students.
EED5101 - Epistemologies of Practice
The pre-requisite unit does not apply for students enrolled in AMCD.
|1.||Critically review Indigenous education curriculum and pedagogies to gain deeper understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander practices, theories and philosophies;|
|2.||Apply pedagogical knowledge and skills within classroom and school community to develop inclusive cultures of learning that enhance student well-being;|
|3.||Enact understandings of educational policy, leadership and professional learning to engage with school communities in a culturally responsive way.|
|Annotated Bibliography||Selected bibliography of academic sources and discussion||25%|
|Literature Review||Descriptive analysis of relevant sources including policies and practices in education||25%|
|Review||Analytical review of evidence/clains/arguments||25%|
|Presentation||Presentation on positive Community-Schools Relationships in your teaching pedagogy.||25%|
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