Develop a personal Reconciliation Action Plan.
Assessment: Discuss the ways in which social justice, anti-racism and multicultural education have been conceptualised.
Assessment: Research and create a Country calendar.
Assessment: Design a history lesson aligned to the Australian curriculum.
Assessment: Matters of identity are key factors in the success or failure of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
Assessment: Commence an ‘Inclusive pedagogies’ portfolio.
Assessment: Investigate a local community context – the history and contemporary issues and their impact on education.
Assessment: Prepare a unit of work to better understand the impact that colonisation has had on the rights, recognition and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Assessment: Gather evidence on your relationships whilst you are on professional experience.
Assessment: Reflect on an experience in your life when you felt ‘different’.
Assessment: Profile a potential school in which you could be posted for your first appointment.
Assessment: A reflection on your gender, social class or cultural background in shaping you as an individual.
Assessment: Keep a Reflective Journal as a written record of your engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues in Teacher Education.
Assessment: Describe how a particular national (or ethnic) identity is represented in one or more screen texts.
Assessment: Prepare a critique of a film or book of no more than 750 words and present it to a tutorial group.
Assessment: Argue why Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education history cannot be considered in isolation.
Assessment: As a class, or in groups, develop a mind map about the story The Rabbits, by John Marsden.
Assessment: What does culturally responsive teaching for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students involve?
Assessment: Write a story about your chosen region in an essay that connects to a narrative about Country.
Assessment: Working with peers as a beginning teacher.