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ABORIGINAL PEDAGOGY BOOK - 8 WAYS by Dr Tyson Yunkaporta
Aboriginal Pedagogy- Our Protocol for using this wiki
Best Aboriginal Pedagogy Practice
Staff delivering Aboriginal Pedagogy in 2016
2016 ABORIGINAL PEDAGOGY BOOK
8 ways Stamps Supplier PGSTAMPS
8 Ways... Creative and Productive Pedagogy Activities
8way - Bangamalanha Centre, RAET DET WNSW
8way planning checklist
8way resources, materials
8ways and Quality Teaching
8ways Whole-school e.g.
Aboriginal Community Consultation
Aboriginal pedagogy research review
Aunty Alma Jean Fishing
Aunty Doris' 8way yarns
Aunty Olga message stick
Basic maths remedial
Cultural Analysis Tool
e.g. Lightning Ridge
e.g. Orange - Wiradjuri
e.g. PE plans
E.G. Plumpton High School
Engineering student 8way pres
History and Technology
Hunter Sports High 8 Aboriginal Ways of Learning Presentation
I don't understand!
Minimbah Learning Journey- North Coast
Mr Beames Way- Brewarrina Central School
South Western Sydney Region ECT
Sydney - symbols and story
Sydney Kinder 8ways lesson
Sydney, Campbelltown East
Victoria University Master of Teaching Students
Visual culture way
Walgett Public School Rules
Wiki Quest - Guided Session
Your identity map
Sydney Kinder 8ways lesson
Kindergarten 8 Ways Lesson
I chose the text, ‘Belonging’ by Jeannie Baker as it explores the theme of having a connection with the land, a feeling of belonging to a home. Aboriginal people have always believed that we belong to the land. If we keep it healthy, it will sustain the web of life on which we depend. This is the message that I wanted to convey to the students.
The text ‘Belonging’ by Jeannie Baker has no words and the students needed to look closely at the pictures to understand the author’s message being conveyed. This created a lot of student discussion.
Students brainstormed their understanding of the term ‘Belonging’ and they described it as feeling a connection to a place, a feeling of being at home.
After listening to the Aboriginal poem, students placed their hands on the earth to connect with the land.
The messaged conveyed is that we belong to land and it is our responsibility to look after it for future generations.
Students looked at how handprints and other symbols are used by Indigenous Australians in their art to express their sense of belonging. Kindergarten used paint to create their own symbols to represent their sense of belonging to their family or home.
Symbols and Images
Learning Maps and Community Links
Students went on a tour of the school in search of native animals that lived there. Kindergarten created a map of the school marking in where different animals are found. Students brainstormed ways to improve the school for native animals and how we could protect their environment.
8 ways lesson plan
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