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The Resource Introductory Indigenous studies in education : reflection and the importance of knowing, [edited by ] Jean Phillips and Jo Lampert

Introductory Indigenous studies in education : reflection and the importance of knowing, [edited by ] Jean Phillips and Jo Lampert

Label
Introductory Indigenous studies in education : reflection and the importance of knowing
Title
Introductory Indigenous studies in education
Title remainder
reflection and the importance of knowing
Statement of responsibility
[edited by ] Jean Phillips and Jo Lampert
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Although the demand for pre-service teachers to be better informed about Indigenous issues in Australia has been broadly articulated, it is reasonably new for universities to make Indigenous studies a compulsory area of study, or to define what is mean by 'Indigenous education'. This book was motivated by the growing necessity for an approach to Indigenous education that would include more than just a summarising of Indigenous history and traditional culture"--P. vii. Annotation pending
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Cataloging source
WOT
Dewey number
305.899150711
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Phillips, Jean
  • Lampert, Jo
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Aboriginal Australians
Label
Introductory Indigenous studies in education : reflection and the importance of knowing, [edited by ] Jean Phillips and Jo Lampert
Instantiates
Note
Previous edition entitled: Introductory Indigenous studies in education : the importance of knowing
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Contents
1. Introduction : constituting the space for embedding Indigenous perspectives / Jean Phillips & Jo Lampert -- 2. Indigenous knowledge perspectives : making space in the Australian centre /Jean Phillips -- 3. Aboriginal early childhood : past, present, and future / Karen Martin -- 4. "Enraged Aborigines" at the Embassy Ball : media representations of Indigenous Australia / Janine Little -- 5. Seeing the invisible, and confronting culture : from pre-service teacher to graduate / Caer Stanesby & Emma Thomas -- 6. Becoming a socially just teacher : walking the talk / Jo Lampert -- 7. Teaching and textual spaces in Indigenous education: a Murri school perspective / Philomena Downey & Victor Hart -- 8. Learning from the past, in policy and in practice / Sue Whatman & Pearl Duncan -- Our house : a short story / Caer Stanesby -- 9. An interview with Annie and Jasmine / Annie Tyhuis & Jasmine Stephenson with Jo Lampert -- 10. Community connections in education : Community Durithunga space-yarning in circle on Country, our way / John Davis -- 11. Indigenous knowledge and effective parent-school partnerships : issues and insights / Juliana McLaughlin, Sue Whatman, Ruth Ross & Mai Katona
Control code
000049617610
Dimensions
23 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xi, 204 p.
Isbn
9781442563728
Other physical details
col. ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)801718741
Label
Introductory Indigenous studies in education : reflection and the importance of knowing, [edited by ] Jean Phillips and Jo Lampert
Note
Previous edition entitled: Introductory Indigenous studies in education : the importance of knowing
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Contents
1. Introduction : constituting the space for embedding Indigenous perspectives / Jean Phillips & Jo Lampert -- 2. Indigenous knowledge perspectives : making space in the Australian centre /Jean Phillips -- 3. Aboriginal early childhood : past, present, and future / Karen Martin -- 4. "Enraged Aborigines" at the Embassy Ball : media representations of Indigenous Australia / Janine Little -- 5. Seeing the invisible, and confronting culture : from pre-service teacher to graduate / Caer Stanesby & Emma Thomas -- 6. Becoming a socially just teacher : walking the talk / Jo Lampert -- 7. Teaching and textual spaces in Indigenous education: a Murri school perspective / Philomena Downey & Victor Hart -- 8. Learning from the past, in policy and in practice / Sue Whatman & Pearl Duncan -- Our house : a short story / Caer Stanesby -- 9. An interview with Annie and Jasmine / Annie Tyhuis & Jasmine Stephenson with Jo Lampert -- 10. Community connections in education : Community Durithunga space-yarning in circle on Country, our way / John Davis -- 11. Indigenous knowledge and effective parent-school partnerships : issues and insights / Juliana McLaughlin, Sue Whatman, Ruth Ross & Mai Katona
Control code
000049617610
Dimensions
23 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xi, 204 p.
Isbn
9781442563728
Other physical details
col. ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)801718741

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