resources made by educators for educators in collaboration with Indigenous Knowledge Experts
Ngarrngga is a Taungurung word meaning to know, to hear, to understand.
Our vision is for all Australian students to have the opportunity to connect with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge systems, histories and cultures. To support educators in this work, we provide free, high-quality curriculum resources and professional development modules, spanning all subject areas from Years 3 to 10.
As a Signature Project at the University of Melbourne, Ngarrngga is a collaboration between the Faculty of Education, Indigenous Studies Unit and Indigenous Knowledge Institute.
The project is led by Professor Melitta Hogarth, Associate Dean (Indigenous) for the Faculty of Education. Ngarrngga originated from the pioneering work of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Curricula Project led by the Associate Provost and the Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne, Professor Marcia Langton AO.
Ngarrngga Project Director & Associate Dean (Indigenous), Faculty of Education, University of Melbourne
Indigenous educators on why Ngarrngga is for all teachers