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COGS units


Board Of Studies

Units and standards

Aboriginal Education Board of Studies

http://www.archaeolink.com/indigenous_studies_lesson_plans.htm
http://www.primaryschool.com.au/aboriginalresults.php?strand=Traditional&grade=General

Animated sites

http://www.ablnat.com.au/gallery.html
http://www.abc.net.au/dustechoes/
http://www.nla.gov.au/exhibitions/bunyips/

Interactive ideas

Stu’s EduWeb, Jeopardy, Student Response Network http://stuhasic.com/index2.htm
Stu's Double Jeopardy http://stujeopardy.com/

Participant Consent Forms

Depending on the way your students will contribute please ensure they have signed the correct forms:



NEW Aboriginal Education and Training Policy

A new Aboriginal Education and Training Policy was launched by the Minister on 18 November 2008.
This Policy defines the Department's commitments in Aboriginal education and training.


Protocols

Australia Council
DET Working With Aboriginal Communities A Guide to Community Consultation and Protocols

Working with Communities
Members of a local Aboriginal community should be invited to participate in the planning and, where appropriate, to assist in presenting parts of this teaching program. Drawing on the knowledge and understanding in the local Aboriginal community provides opportunities for schools and teachers to develop teaching-learning experiences that are more meaningful for both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students.
Inclusion of parents and/or community members in the preparation and delivery of these teaching programs will assist in insuring that the material will more authentically reflect local Aboriginal history, culture and Indigenous knowledge systems. (link to Working with Aboriginal Communities)

Aboriginal Community Liaison Officers and SEOs

South Coast ACLO Portfolio Contacts
ACLOBatemans Bay– Rod Slockee - 44753328
ACLO Shellharbour (relieving)- Rochelle McKay - 42519940
ACLO Queanbeyan – Karen Coe - 62005018
SEO1 (Consultant) Shellharbour – Debra Byrne - 4251992


Reflective Journal

  • What was your personal motivation behind participating in this project?
  • How did you go about making links with your local Aboriginal community?
  • How has your view or perspective changed on the impact of Aboriginal beliefs and culture on scientific understanding?
  • What strategies would you use in developing further teaching units to address Aboriginal perspectives in the curriculum?
  • What barriers did you encounter in trying to undertake this project?
  • Where to from here? What will you do in future to plan for and implement Aboriginal perspectives content into your teaching-learning program across the curriculum?


RIPPLE: resources, infrastructure, people, policies, learning, evaluation and support
http://innovateandintegrate.flexiblelearning.net.au/docs/Innovate_%20integrate_Exec_Summ_v1.9.pdf

Some security rules for using collaborative spaces on the Internet


  1. Students using this wikispace and other online resouces for this project must treat them as classroom spaces. Speech that is inappropriate for class is not appropriate online either. Remember that your conduct must be appropriate as of a representative of our schools.
  2. Never EVER EVER give out personal information on our wiki or ning spaces, even though they are closed to the general public. Don’t share anything that you don’t want the world to know and get into the way of being careful about the personal information you exchange. Don’t give out your phone number or home address. This rule applies to all your online activity.
  3. This wiki is private but it pays to remember that once you put something up onto the Internet, odds are really good that it will stay on the Internet. Always. Be sure that anything you write you are proud of.
  4. Never link to something you haven’t read. While it isn’t your job to police the Internet, when you link to something, you should make sure it is something that you really want to be associated with. If a link contains material that might be creepy or make some people uncomfortable, you should probably try a different source.


external links in new windows to keep people on the wikispace without th eneed to click the back button. Click the "Insert Widget" icon from the Editor toolbar, then choose "Other HTML" at the bottom. Type your HTML code in the box

<a href="http://www.google.com" target="_blank">Google</a>

(replace Google for your target site)

Click "Save" to insert the link or click "Preview" to test it first. The only downside to this work-around is that the links aren't very obvious while editing, however, they work perfectly for users. Here is an example:Google



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