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The Aboriginal Early Childhood LIVE Webinar Series – Bundle

Product Description

LIVE Webinar One – Respect Of and For Aboriginal People and Their Diverse Cultures

Live date: Feb 19th, 2020 at 6.30 PM

Respect Of and For Aboriginal People and Their Diverse Cultures focusses on the diversity of who Aboriginal people are and how they express and live their cultures. The webinar guides educators and teachers through practical and pedagogical ways to connect with and engage with Aboriginal people as an authentic part of planning, teaching and assessment.

LIVE Webinar Two – Being Culturally Responsive and Resourceful

Live date: Mar 18th, 2020 at 6.30 PM

Being Culturally Responsive and Resourceful focusses on the ways in which educators and teachers draw on local recourses to embed Aboriginal perspectives into everyday curriculum across learning outcomes. This webinar includes a guide to critical reflection in their selection of resources, as well as their resourcefulness in how they implement them into their curriculum.

LIVE Webinar Three – Children Thriving

Live date: Apr 29th, 2020 at 6.30 PM

Children Thriving focusses on guiding educators and teachers who have Aboriginal children in their classrooms. This webinar includes strategies to recognise the social issues that can impact Aboriginal children and their learning as well as helping break stereotypes about who Aboriginal are and what to expect from them in the classroom.

LIVE Webinar Four – Embedding Practices In and In-Between

Live date: May 27th, 2020 at 6.30 PM

Embedding Practices In and In-Between focusses on supporting educators and teachers to plan holistically to ensure that Aboriginal perspectives are included throughout the curriculum rather than an add on. Pedagogical practices that reflect the diversity of local, rural, urban, traditional and contemporary depictions of Aboriginal people are discussed in how, together, they enable children to understand and think critically about to move beyond Aboriginality as a topic, theme or interest.

LIVE Webinar Five – Working with Anti-Bias Approaches

Live date: Jun 17th, 2020 at 6.30 PM

Working with anti-bias approaches to embed Aboriginal perspectives focusses on the four anti-bias goals and how they can be put into planning and practice. The goals focus on the relationships between children’s identities, living in a world made by diversity and difference, recognising, and, articulating unfairness and standing up in the face of injustice. Planning for anti-bias approaches to embed Aboriginal perspectives, and putting them into practice, is illustrated, to show how these approaches are relevant to all curriculum areas.

THE ABORIGINAL EARLY CHILDHOOD LIVE WEBINAR ACCESS

  • The duration of each webinar is between 45min and 1hr
  • You will be able to access the LIVE webinars via a Zoom Link and password which we will email to you once you complete check out. 
  • The prices below and indicative of one user. If you require the webinar for more than one person please ensure you purchase accordingly.
  • Live Webinars will NOT be recorded
  • If you cannot attend the webinar live, please see our pre-recorded webinar series here

Please note: Webinars are for individual personal viewing only. If you require webinar access for training or consulting purposes please contact info@aboriginalecc.com

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