Christian Schools Australia is excited to partner with Australians Together in a collaborative project that aims to see educators equipped with confidence to communicate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives and inspire the next generation to pursue unity and restoration.
The resources on this site are a great support for teachers who seek to be wise peacemakers in classrooms, communities and across our nation.
Christian Schools Australia seeks that Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians would walk together in a shared narrative and a love of Country and our Creator.
Understanding CeremonyPlay video
Christianity and Indigenous Spirituality - an Australians Together approach
A resource to help Christians engage with Indigenous Spirituality.
Respectfully Engaging with Indigenous Communities
Practical principles for schools, churches or any group to engage with Indigenous communities.
Our easy-to-use curriculum resources will help you embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into your planning, teaching, learning and assessment. Learn more.
Professional Learning Workshops
We’re busy developing our 2020 Professional Learning Workshops and looking into where we’ll deliver them.
They’ll enable teachers to meet:
- The Australian Curriculum Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures Cross-curriculum Priority
- AITSL Standard 1.4 and 2.4
The workshop is tailored for diverse school sectors.
Participants will receive a certificate, attendance record, and diary evidence on completion; Teacher Registration Board requirements for Professional Development.
Register your interest HERE
For more information contact Australians Together
08 7073 6499 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Research related to teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives.
Summary of research relating to inclusion of Indigenous perspectives in curriculum
Australians Together Research
Teacher confidence in using the Australian Curriculum that relates to Australia’s Indigenous history
Teacher Awareness and Engagement Report 2016
Indigenous and non-Indigenous relations in churches
2016 National Church Life Survey
What's the availability of resources to address AITSL teaching standards 1.4 & 2.4?
Education Research Project - ntegrity
How to engage with Indigenous people, culture and history
Indigenous significant dates
Dates all Australians should recognise and get involved in.
Planning a Welcome to Country or an Acknowledgement of Country
How, when and why to arrange Welcome to Country and Acknowledgement of Country.
Language and terminology guide
Helpful tips to promote respectful conversation, dispel myths and increase awareness and understanding.
Connecting locally with Indigenous communities
Tips for engaging respectfully in your local Indigenous community.
Attending Indigenous events
Tips for attending Indigenous events.
Australia Day: Answers to tricky FAQs
Conversation surrounding Australia Day is not always easy. Here are answers to the most common questions we’re asked.