• Humanities and Social Sciences

Sense of Place: Exploring Aboriginal (Noongar) Culture - Kings Park

PL # 10661.
Starting on 21 Oct 2016
Cancellation permitted until 17/10/2016

Event registrations closed on 17/10/2016

Description

This full-day workshop will immerse you in Noongar culture with a mix of theory and practice. Through hands-on experiences and practical advice for classroom teachers, the essential aspects of this Cross Curriculum Priority will be explored and you will learn how respect and appreciation for the natural environment has shaped Aboriginal society and their sustainable use of resources.

This professional and personal learning experience is suitable for all teachers. It will build your own knowledge of Noongar culture, then explore resources to confidently transfer that knowledge and understanding into your teaching.

You will gain an insight into:

  • The traditional Noongar way of life and the strong connection they have with the land
  • The importance of social structures with the community, such as cultural protocols, respect for elders and gender roles
  • Curriculum links from Humanities, English and The Arts
  • Useful resources to bring Noongar culture into your classroom.

More Information

Presenters

Segments

Sense of Place

Date / Time

21/10/2016
Starts: 08:30
Finishes: 15:30

Address

Kings Park Education Centre
Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority, Fraser Avenue, West Perth, Western Australia 6005
Australia

Learning Area

  • Humanities and Social Sciences

School Area

Event Contact

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