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Teaching for community –
Tellin’ the stories
presented by Ali Gumillya Baker, Roland Wilson
and Jackie Wurm
Yunggorendi Fi...
acknowledgement of place
We acknowledge the Kaurna people – the traditional owners of the lands and waters on which
the ci...
outline
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

context
'Tellin’ the stories’
project strategies
engagement
messages
findings
change strateg...
Yunggorendi First Nations Centre
• recruiting/supporting/teaching/research/engaging
• over 300 Flinders University alumni ...
context
Briney Lampard
Middle & Secondary Teacher,
Marree Aboriginal School &
Flinders graduate
project strategies
'Tellin’ the stories of teachers:
Tellin’ the stories of teaching'
•Aboriginal led project
•engaging community members abo...
engagement campaign
•

digital keeping place

•

flinders.edu.au/tellinthestories
key messages

http://www.youtube.com/watch?
feature=player_embedded&v=PPYDp8kO
zzw
project findings
Matthew’s story

Matthew has worked as an Aboriginal Education worker in schools
since he was 18 and is also training to b...
thank you / engage with us
Ideas for making schools and universities safe spaces through:
1.Indigenising teacher training
...
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Yunggorendi First Nations Centre produced a series of 19 online videos Tellin' the stories of teachers: Tellin' the stories of teaching sharing Indigenous voices from the perspectives of students, lecturers, classroom teachers and education leaders as part of the MATSITI project. This workshop will discuss how we engaged schools, family and community members to help inspire Indigenous people to consider teaching as a career. The session will also provide a chance to share strategies to promote teacher education in a broader community context, not just aiming at individuals.

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    1. 1. Teaching for community – Tellin’ the stories presented by Ali Gumillya Baker, Roland Wilson and Jackie Wurm Yunggorendi First Nations Centre, Flinders University and Matthew Kauschke, Urrbrae Agricultural High School More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Teachers Initiative (MATSITI) 2013 national forum A Deadly Career! Adelaide, 15 October 2013
    2. 2. acknowledgement of place We acknowledge the Kaurna people – the traditional owners of the lands and waters on which the city of Adelaide was built. 'Tellin' the stories' project was produced on Kaurna land
    3. 3. outline 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. context 'Tellin’ the stories’ project strategies engagement messages findings change strategies
    4. 4. Yunggorendi First Nations Centre • recruiting/supporting/teaching/research/engaging • over 300 Flinders University alumni after 22 years
    5. 5. context Briney Lampard Middle & Secondary Teacher, Marree Aboriginal School & Flinders graduate
    6. 6. project strategies
    7. 7. 'Tellin’ the stories of teachers: Tellin’ the stories of teaching' •Aboriginal led project •engaging community members about teaching •celebrating education heroes •better support for Aboriginal people in schools
    8. 8. engagement campaign • digital keeping place • flinders.edu.au/tellinthestories
    9. 9. key messages http://www.youtube.com/watch? feature=player_embedded&v=PPYDp8kO zzw
    10. 10. project findings
    11. 11. Matthew’s story Matthew has worked as an Aboriginal Education worker in schools since he was 18 and is also training to be a teacher
    12. 12. thank you / engage with us Ideas for making schools and universities safe spaces through: 1.Indigenising teacher training 2.resourcing ongoing networks http://www.flinders.edu.au/yunggorendi/tellinthestories/tellinthestories_home.cfm www.facebook.com/YunggorendiCentre
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