Reconciliation and cultural responsiveness


Reconciliation in Children’s Education and Care―Taking the First Steps

Exploring reconciliation in early childhood education and care settings can be an extremely powerful way of teaching children about culture and introducing them to concepts...
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NAIDOC Week: Stories of practice

Early childhood professionals consider how they engage with and celebrate NAIDOC Week in their local community context, including how the week forms part of their approach to embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in their everyday programs.

Putting art in place (2-part series)

Putting Art in Place by Dr Red Ruby Scarlet is a professional development program that focuses on relationships, and aims for those undertaking this learning module to is ‘feel’ with the ears and eyes as arts practice is put in place through relationships.
A smiling boy sits in front of an Aboriginal artwork 

Understanding and making art: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art in early childhood settings

Explore ways educators and young children can approach art appreciation and art-making inspired by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, and inspire children to create and think critically about art and the art-making process