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UNESCO observatory multi-disciplinary journal in the arts : Indigenous education in Australia : policy, participation and praxis

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UNESCO observatory multi-disciplinary journal in the arts : Indigenous education in Australia : policy, participation and praxis
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UNESCO observatory multi-disciplinary journal in the arts
Title remainder
Indigenous education in Australia : policy, participation and praxis
Title variation
Indigenous education in Australia
Title variation remainder
policy, participation and praxis
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eng
Summary
This special edition of the UNESCO Observatory e-Journal focuses on education for and about First Peoples of Australia and bears witness to many faces of Indigenous education in Australia. It testifies to a complex landscape; places on a map, places in minds and places in spirit that taken together present a snapshot of tone and dimension of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education in early 2015. Open electronic access to all articles in this e-journal are available in PFD through the links provided on this web page
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1968-
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  • O'Bryan, Marnie
  • Rose, Mark
  • Cook, Michael
  • University of Melbourne
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  • Arts
  • Culture
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Torres Strait Islanders
  • Mentoring in education
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general
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UNESCO observatory multi-disciplinary journal in the arts : Indigenous education in Australia : policy, participation and praxis
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Title from special edition front cover (viewed 30/07/2015)
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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mixed
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  • still image
  • text
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rdacontent
Contents
Editorial: Indigenous Education In Australia: Policy, Participation and Praxis -- Reflections on the value of holistic mentoring support in education -- Transition from Remote Indigenous Community to Boarding School: The Lockhart River Experience -- Compelled to innovate: facilitating partnerships in cross-cultural education -- Working with contemporary indigenous art as text: Julie Gough's Imperial Leather -- Indigenous Pathways into the Professions -- Making school meaningful for Indigenous learners -- Indigenous Languages in Education-Policy and Practice in Australia -- The Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School - a different model of school and catalyst for change -- Who needs support? Perceptions of institutional support by Indigenous Australian students at an Australian university
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unknown
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1 online resource (web page)
Issn
1835-2766
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computer
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rdamedia
Publication designation
Volunme 4, number 1 (2015)
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Specific material designation
remote
Label
UNESCO observatory multi-disciplinary journal in the arts : Indigenous education in Australia : policy, participation and praxis
Link
Publication
Copyright
Note
Title from special edition front cover (viewed 30/07/2015)
Antecedent source
not applicable
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
mixed
Content category
  • still image
  • text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Editorial: Indigenous Education In Australia: Policy, Participation and Praxis -- Reflections on the value of holistic mentoring support in education -- Transition from Remote Indigenous Community to Boarding School: The Lockhart River Experience -- Compelled to innovate: facilitating partnerships in cross-cultural education -- Working with contemporary indigenous art as text: Julie Gough's Imperial Leather -- Indigenous Pathways into the Professions -- Making school meaningful for Indigenous learners -- Indigenous Languages in Education-Policy and Practice in Australia -- The Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School - a different model of school and catalyst for change -- Who needs support? Perceptions of institutional support by Indigenous Australian students at an Australian university
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (web page)
Issn
1835-2766
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Publication designation
Volunme 4, number 1 (2015)
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Specific material designation
remote

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