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Two-way science at Watiyawanu Kuula: collecting, identifying a classifying local plants and how they survive

Mt Liebig School is a Northern Territory government school located in a remote community 325 km west of Alice Springs on the traditional lands of the Pintupi-Luritja people. It has an enrolment of 60 students, of whom 100% are Aboriginal. The school is …

Two-way science at Watiyawanu Kuula: collecting, identifying a classifying local plants and how they survive | Illustrations of practice | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures | Resources

Fire: a burning question

Gordonvale State High School is a government school located south of Cairns in Queensland on the traditional lands of the Malanbarra Yidinji people. It has an enrolment of 862 students, of whom 29% are Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. The school …

Fire: a burning question | Illustrations of practice | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures | Resources

Career education: developing general capabilities across the curriculum

This illustration of practice describes how Kings Meadows High School incorporates the Tasmanian Department of Education My Education initiative to provide career education programs for students in Years 7 to 10.  Each term, two My Education days are …

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Career education: linking learning and social entrepreneurship

This illustration of practice describes how Rooty Hill High School approaches a year-long strategy for career education and entrepreneurial learning through a Young Entrepreneurs Program (YEP). In Young Entrepreneurs Week at the end of Term 4, students …

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Career education: STEAM learning and creative problem solving

This Illustration of practice demonstrates how Burnie Primary School incorporates career education through the implementation of a Science, Technologies, Engineering, The Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) program, which also provides students with the opportunity …

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Learning together through two-way science at Wiluna Remote Community School

Wiluna is situated in the mid-west region of Western Australia on the edge of the Western Desert. Wiluna Remote Community School has a population of between 70 and 105 students. Most students are Wiluna Martu and the Aboriginal language of the area is Martu Wangka. However, most Martu at …

Learning together through two-way science at Wiluna Remote Community School | Illustrations of practice | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures | Resources

Two-way science at Areyonga: investigating the health of local springs

Areyonga School is a Northern Territory government school located in a remote community 225 km west of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory on the traditional lands of the Pitjantjatjara people. It has an enrolment of 50 students, of whom 100% are …

Two-way science at Areyonga: investigating the health of local springs | Illustrations of practice | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures | Resources

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