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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

Career education: linking primary school to post school through the Pathways program

This illustration of practice describes how a group of schools in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) plans student development and transition through the use of the Pathways website and Pathways Planning tool. The Pathways website supports schools’ …

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Career Education: developing entrepreneurial skills through social enterprise

This Illustration of practice demonstrates how Myrrhee School and Cathedral College Wangaratta incorporate career education in social enterprise programs. In 2015 both schools introduced social enterprise learning through the ACRE Social Enterprise Schools …

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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

Expressing culture and learning through narrative

Worawa Aboriginal College is an independent middle-years boarding school for Aboriginal girls. It is located in the town of Healesville 52km north-east of Melbourne on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri People. The school has an enrolment of 69 students. …

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Career Education: linking with community through social enterprise

This Illustration of practice demonstrates how Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School incorporates career education in an annual event tailored for students in Years 7 to 9.  ‘IMPACT Week’, provides students with opportunities to engage in ‘real world’ problem …

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Exploring different cultural perspectives through two-way teaching

Medina Primary School is a government school located 39km south of the Perth CBD on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk People. The school has an enrolment of 231 students, of whom 28% are Aboriginal. In this illustration of practice, Years 5 and 6 …

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Cultural competencies and business acumen through Aboriginal Business Enterprise

Balga Senior High School is a government school located 20km north of the Perth CBD on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk People. The School has a total enrolment of 525 students, of whom 24% are Aboriginal. This illustration of practice highlights …

Cultural competencies and business acumen through Aboriginal Business Enterprise | Illustrations of practice | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures | Resources

Two-way science at Leonora: investigating the Mamutjitji (antlion) and other invertebrates

Leonora District High School is a Foundation to Year 12 government school located in the remote mining community of Leonora which is 840 kms north-east of Perth in Western Australia on the traditional lands of the Wankatja people. It has an enrolment …

Two-way science at Leonora: investigating the Mamutjitji (antlion) and other invertebrates | Illustrations of practice | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures | Resources

What happens when cultures collide?

Margate Primary School is a government school located south of Hobart on the traditional lands of the Palawa People. The school has an enrolment of 490 students, of whom 7% are Aboriginal. This HASS illustration of practice shows how staff and Grades …

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Landsdale Primary School

Lansdale Primary School is situated in the north-eastern suburbs of Perth and at the time of filming had 942 K–7 students. The students come from various cultural backgrounds with 38 per cent having English as an additional language or dialect. Lansdale …

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The impact of contact and migration on South Australian language groups

Woodville High School is a government school located in the western suburbs of Adelaide, 10km from the CBD on the traditional lands of the Kaurna People. The school has a total enrolment of 971 students, of whom 15% are Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait …

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Kalinda Primary School

Kalinda Primary School is a government school in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. At the time of filming there were 473 students enrolled, 27 teaching staff and 11 non-teaching staff. Kalinda has an energetic learning environment, and staff continually …

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Leigh Creek Area School

Leigh Creek is situated 560kms north of Adelaide in the hot, arid zone of South Australia’s northern Flinders Ranges. Leigh Creek Area School caters to students from Foundation to Year 12 (F – 12) and is located on the traditional lands of the Adnyamathanha …

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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

Career education: linking learning for students with disability to workplace experiences

This illustration of practice describes how a career education program provides authentic learning experiences in a workplace environment within a high school. Black Mountain School differentiates the curriculum to cater for a range of learners while …

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Field work in a local context

A teacher of students with individual learning needs in a multi-age class selects the Year 8 unit of study: Landscapes and Landforms. The teacher aims to develop her students’ sense of wonder and curiosity about familiar places and the local environment …

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Peg's Creek Primary School

Peg's Creek Primary School is an independent public school, centrally located in the City of Karratha, 1600 km north-west of Perth. The school is a part of the Pilbara Education District and is one of five public primary schools and one Catholic primary …

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Baynton West Primary School

Baynton West Primary School is an independent public school in Karratha, Western Australia. At the time of filming the school had close to 600 students in Foundation – Year 7, and 50 staff members. The school strives to provide a rigorous education for …

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The Pilbara Education Region

The Pilbara Education Region is one of eight regions in the Western Australian Department of Education. The headquarters of this education region, the Pilbara Education Regional Office (PERO), is located in Karratha. The PERO staff are committed to the …

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