Ngarrngga Project Director Melitta Hogarth reflects on the historical context of Ngarrngga, and recounts key moments of activism that led to the inclusion of Indigenous Knowledge within the Australian Curriculum.
We explore what exactly are the professional responsibilities of all educators to include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures in their teaching.
Educators explain the responsibility of all educators to go beyond deficit framing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.
Benny Wilson on why Ngarrngga is an opportunity for all teachers to transcend their comfort zones and deeply engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, knowledge systems and histories.
An intro to ICIP and an opportunity for all educators to learn about respectful engagement, and the responsibilities they have in their showcasing of Indigenous Knowledge systems and Peoples.