National Reconciliation Week

As National Reconciliation Week approaches we focus on how music can enhance learning for all children, while creating a sense of identity and connection to traditions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Reconciliation Australia​ #musicalmay #NRW15 Read more about how your centre or school can embrace music this NRW. http://www.edex.com.au/blog/cat/MM15/
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Image: A beautiful picture that represents the different indigenous languages of Australia. Could be used for an idea in "representing data".

Going Down Swinging on

Image: A beautiful picture that represents the different indigenous languages of Australia. Could be used for an idea in "representing data".

Sorry Day Australia - Beautiful colouring-in for Sorry Day Australia.

Sorry Day Australia Coloring-in

Sorry Day Australia - Beautiful colouring-in for Sorry Day Australia.

Tribal Boundaries in Aboriginal Australia - Norman B Tindale - South Australian Museum

Tribal Boundaries in Aboriginal Australia - Norman B Tindale - South Australian Museum

National Sorry Day Australia

National Sorry Day Australia

Community, community, community: it is vital that centres consult, communicate and commit to working with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community on any initiative. Reconciliation Week is once a year; connections to community enrich every day of every week of every year.

Community, community, community: it is vital that centres consult, communicate and commit to working with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community on any initiative. Reconciliation Week is once a year; connections to community enrich every day of every week of every year.

Music this Reconciliation Week! Check out our range of hand painted didjs!

Music this Reconciliation Week! Check out our range of hand painted didjs!


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Music this Reconciliation Week! Check out our range of hand painted didjs!

Music this Reconciliation Week! Check out our range of hand painted didjs!

Mabo Day! June 3; a truly inspiration Australian. What will you do to remember his work for justice?

Mabo Day! June 3; a truly inspiration Australian. What will you do to remember his work for justice?

As National Reconciliation Week approaches we focus on how music can enhance learning for all children, while creating a sense of identity and connection to traditions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

As National Reconciliation Week approaches we focus on how music can enhance learning for all children, while creating a sense of identity and connection to traditions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Contact your local AECG or IECG. Organise a visit from an Elder; seek permission and ideas around using music to enhance the learning of all children about traditional and contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.

Contact your local AECG or IECG. Organise a visit from an Elder; seek permission and ideas around using music to enhance the learning of all children about traditional and contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.

One of our favourite books is Ninu Last Journey – a story from the Tjirrkarki community of the Gibson Desert in eastern Western Australia. Perfect for National Reconciliation Week. Reconciliation Australia​ #NRW15 Celebrate this week 27 May and 3 June. The dates commemorate two significant milestones in the reconciliation journey—the anniversaries of the successful 1967 referendum and the High Court Mabo decision.

One of our favourite books is Ninu Last Journey – a story from the Tjirrkarki community of the Gibson Desert in eastern Western Australia. Perfect for National Reconciliation Week. Reconciliation Australia​ #NRW15 Celebrate this week 27 May and 3 June. The dates commemorate two significant milestones in the reconciliation journey—the anniversaries of the successful 1967 referendum and the High Court Mabo decision.

Partner with secondary, primary schools or tertiary education centres to provide role models for the young. Connecting to resource rich teachers and academics can enrich connections with Elders.

Partner with secondary, primary schools or tertiary education centres to provide role models for the young. Connecting to resource rich teachers and academics can enrich connections with Elders.

#NoelPearson remembers #GoughWhitlam - Listen to Cape York #Indigenous leader Noel Pearson's tribute to former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam.

#NoelPearson remembers #GoughWhitlam - Listen to Cape York #Indigenous leader Noel Pearson's tribute to former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam.

National Reconciliation Week in Australia! 2013 peace strategies #Cullaborate #57

National Reconciliation Week in Australia! 2013 peace strategies #Cullaborate #57

Tribal Boundaries in Aboriginal Australia - Norman B Tindale - South Australian Museum

Tribal Boundaries in Aboriginal Australia - Norman B Tindale - South Australian Museum

Community, community, community: it is vital that centres consult, communicate and commit to working with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community on any initiative. Reconciliation Week is once a year; connections to community enrich every day of every week of every year.

Community, community, community: it is vital that centres consult, communicate and commit to working with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community on any initiative. Reconciliation Week is once a year; connections to community enrich every day of every week of every year.

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