This one-hour course for individuals is a great starting point to help teachers rethink First Nations perspectives, and provide a unique framework with which they can approach these topics in the classroom.
Building Confidence Course
You’ll learn about ways to approach Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in the classroom by exploring 5 Key Ideas. We’ll introduce you to an identity and culture activity that you can do with your students and give you an activity worksheet as well as a guide to how to use it in the classroom. You’ll hear stories and perspectives told by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Upon completion, you’ll get access to links for each of these stories. You can pause the course to take notes and start it again as many times as you like.
This one-hour course introduces teachers to our 5 Key Ideas — Our Cultures, Our History, The Wound, My Response and Why Me? This framework, developed in collaboration with First Nations academics, is a powerful tool that aids self-reflection, builds understanding and provides valuable guidance when lesson planning.
- Provides understanding of our transformative learning framework
- Flexible and easy to engage with from home
- Built to encourage understanding and empathy
- Respectful, insightful and deeply practical
- Counts for your professional learning hours
- Personalised certificate on completion of course
Looking for a workshop to help build confidence as a group? Our Building Confidence Workshop is what you're looking for. Access here
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Stewart Bogle | Executive Director
Stewart Bogle has over 30 years experience in the education sector — as a teacher, principal and now as Executive Director of Australians Together. Passionate about getting to the heart of injustice and the system behind it, Stewart began Australians Together to see all kids taught about First Nations perspectives in a way that will change the narrative in our nation for the better.
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What can I expect from this course?
You’ll learn about ways to approach Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in the classroom by exploring 5 Key Ideas.
We’ll introduce you to an identity and culture activity that you can do with your students, and give you an activity worksheet as well as a guide to how to use it in the classroom.
You’ll hear stories and perspectives told by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Upon completion, you’ll get access to links for each of these stories.
You can pause the course to take notes and start it again as many times as you like.
How long does the course go for?The course goes for 1 hour. We suggest you allow at least 1.5 hours, to give you time to look through the supporting materials you’ll receive at the end. You can pause it to take notes and start it again as many times as you like.
Does the course content address any of the Australian Cross-curriculum Priorities?Yes. Content in this course will help you teach the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures Cross-curriculum Priority.
Which AITSL Standard will watching this course help me meet?This course will help you meet AITSL Standard 1.4: Strategies for teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and 2.4: Understand and respect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to promote reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
Is this suitable for students?
This video is intended to help teachers embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into their teaching. Depending on the age of your students some content may not be age-appropriate.
Can I share this link with friends or colleagues or is it for individual use only?The purchase price of the video gives the purchaser the rights to individual viewing for a period of six months. Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like further information.
What access will I get?If you pay via credit card, you’ll get access immediately. If you’ve requested an invoice, you’ll get access once the invoice has been paid. You’ll have access to this video for six months with unlimited viewing during this time. You’ll also receive a link via email that you can go back to at any time. You can pause it to take notes and start it again as many times as you like.
How can I pay for this?
You can pay online with a credit card. We accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express. If you need an invoice, email us at: email@example.com.
We accept payment in Australian Dollars (AUD) only. Many banks and credit cards outside of Australia will let you make a purchase in AUD. In this instance please check with your bank or credit card company to find out about any fees you may be charged for an international purchase.
Can I purchase multiple accesses for my school?
Group learning is a great way to equip your whole school, so all teachers gain a deeper understanding together.
Building Confidence Workshop
Teachers pick apart colonisers' worldviews, hear first-hand about racist practices like wage theft, and witness the power they have to make positive change in the classroom. Many find it an eye-opening and transformative experience, and we believe it’s a great way to set teachers up for success in the classroom.
- Built around first-hand accounts from First Nations people.
- Delivered via 20+ modules, so learning can be split up.
- Introduces our Learning Framework.
- Features a facilitator guide.
- Interactive, engaging, and hands-on.
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Phone: (08) 7073 6499
PO Box 107
PARK HOLME SA 5043