Cultural awareness & culturally safe practices – Waterhole Exercise (First Nations Peoples history)

The Waterhole Exercise is an immersive, participatory experience in which you will walk through pre-contact, colonization, resistance and ongoing impacts to build understanding of our shared history as First Nations and non-First Nations peoples in Australia developed in partnership with Kairos Canada (www.kairoscanada.org).
Contact Thelma Parker – thelma.parker@erea.edu.au

Cultural Competence for Staff and Cultural Competence for Students and Children RAP Action

The Local Sites, Events and Excursions

 

Understanding Indigenous Cultural Protocols

Yarning Circle the yarning circle (or dialogue circle) is an important process within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. It has been used to learn from a collective group, build respectful relationships, and to preserve and pass on cultural knowledge.

Protocols for a Yarning Circle

Torres Strait Islander Regional Authority – Visiting Protocols

Cultural Competence for Staff and Cultural Competence for Students and Children RAP Action

Narragunnawali professional learning activity

 

Embedding Indigenous Perspectives in the Curriculum