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Positive self-identity for indigenous students and its relationship to school outcomes.
The investigation described in this report was commissioned by the Australian Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs (DETYA). The aims of the project were to: define the concept ofExpand
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Success without inclusion: is real change in sight?
My work in Aboriginal and Tones Strait Islander education started out as a coincidence (although our old people tell us there is no such thing as "coincidence"), then developed into a passion ... andExpand
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Englishes and literacies: Indigenous Australian contexts
Penny Tripcony's Keynote Address uses her extensive experience with community education programs, schools, vocational education and tertiary systems to offer insights into the literacy needs ofExpand
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Teaching to Difference: Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students in Urban Schools
The following paper was presented to a group of teachers, curriculum advisers, school support centre personnel and review officers at a one day conference organised by the Metropolitan West Region ofExpand
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Too obvious to see: Explaining the basis of Aboriginal spirituality
This view conforms with the concept of terra nullius, or “uninhabited land”, that was the basis upon which possession of this land was taken in 1770 and, until 1992, of the introduced laws andExpand
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The Most Disadvantaged? Indigenous Education Needs.
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