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Aboriginal astronomy and appropriate relationships

Bring Indigenous knowledge to your classroom by using star stories to foster discussions on respect, consent, and healthy relationships. Engage students in valuable conversations about cultural heritage and social responsibility.

Subject:

Health and Physical Education

Year level:

Level 7, Level 8

Photograph looking directly up at the night sky full of stars. The dark emu, a well known Aboriginal Astronomical constellation is clear, as well as the many bright stars that surround it.

Stars at Night, Malmsbury, Dja Dja Wurrung country. Tiffany Garvie. Source: Ngarrngga. © Tiffany Garvie 2023. Used under licence

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