Two lesson plans using the template provided
An outline/plan of an authentic learning experience for prior-to-school age children (600 words).
An outline/plan of an authentic learning experience for primary school age children (600 words).
Reflect on your own current attitudes and values (including potential bias and prejudice, and from where this might originate) in relation to Indigenous peoples and how these may affect your teaching and professional relationships (300 words).
How would you identify racism or prejudice?
How could you address this?
Identify how Indigenous education and perspectives align with your professional role as an advocate for children and families (200 words).
Discuss and give examples of how you will plan and use authentic learning experiences to enable all children learn about Indigenous peoples and perspectives. (300 words).
How can you include Indigenous theories and ways of knowing?
How can you avoid doing this with a tokenistic approach, for example, only in NAIDOC week?
I HAVE INCLUDED A LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE, AN EXAMPLAR & MANY READINGS TO CITE & REFERENCE
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