Learning and Teaching in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education 3rd edition helps pre-service teachers prepare themselves for teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in urban, remote and rural primary and secondary schools. It also prepares teachers to include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in their programming. The overall aim of this text is to ‘keep things local’ as working closely with the local community is absolutely crucial to successful teaching in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education.
This book balances educational theory with practical teaching strategies. It is full of case studies, examples and a range of voices and personal stories from students, pre-service teachers, indigenous community members to convey the richness and diversity of Australian classrooms.
Neil Harrison (Senior Lecturer Macquarie University)
, Juanita Sellwood (Lecturer
, James Cook University)
OUP Australia and New Zealand
Country of Publication:
3rd Revised edition
30 June 2016
Professional and scholarly
Out of Print
Students talking about school A Shared Australian History Stolen Generations Strategies for Teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students Teaching talented Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students Classroom ManagementTeaching Reading and Writing with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children Role of the First language in Classroom learning Partnerships between Schools and CommunitiesLearning from CountryBeginning teachers in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education
Neil Harrison: Senior Lecturer, School of Education, Macquarie University; BA, DipEd (LaTrobe); GradDip Applied Linguistics (NTU); PhD (NTU) Juanita Sellwood: Lecturer, College of Arts, Society and Education, James Cook University; BEd (JCU)