Topic review 0 Values, culture and identity Our values, culture and identity are all closely intertwined. This topic will have provoked you to question the assumptions underpinning your perceptions of cultural identity, and reflect on how this may impact on your pedagogical choices. This topic provides the opportunity to reflect on your own values with your peers in a supportive and inclusive educational space. You may have been challenged to reflect on and explore your views, biases, actions and reactions to consider how our values, culture and identity relates to a reconciled nation. Questions for review: Were you challenged by reflecting on your values? Reflect on why/why not. How do see your values impacting on your pedagogical choices? Do you see a relationship between your values and a reconciled nation? Choose one Focus Area of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers where you could apply the knowledge and skills you have gained from Topic 2, such as: Focus Area 1.4: Strategies for teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students Demonstrate broad knowledge and understanding of the impact of culture, cultural identity and linguistic background on the education of students from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds. Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (Graduate teachers) Next topic » Topic 3: Countering racismResearch concepts of social justice, racism, privilege and power to support anti-racism education and curriculum. Read More Post navigation Reflect on your values Suggest improvements or alternative resources Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.