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Indigenous education: experiential learning and learning through country
In Indigenous policy circles there is an increasingly desperate desire to lift the educational and employment outcomes of remote Indigenous students, relative to their non-Indigenous peers in theExpand
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Country as classroom
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Out of the classroom and into the community
On March 6th, the Festival of Teaching is joining with the Department of Human Ecology to present a series of three events with special guest Tara Fenwick, Chair in Professional Education and expertExpand
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Deficit Discourse and Strengths-based Approaches: Changing the Narrative of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Wellbeing
This report explores strengths-based approaches to shifting the deficit narrative in the Australian aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health sector. Studies, including a companion report to thisExpand
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Deficit discourse and Indigenous health: How narrative framings of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are reproduced in policy
This report explores strengths-based approaches to shifting the deficit narrative in the Australian aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health sector. Studies, including a companion report to thisExpand
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Indigenous cultural and natural resource management futures
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Indigenous Education - Policy, Pedagogy, and Place
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