BlackWords helps teachers to embed Indigenous knowledge in their teaching and the classroom.
BlackWords is an important resource for teachers and it can also be used effectively in the classroom. It gives teachers and students access to Indigenous-written and Indigenous-influenced stories in many forms and to up-to-date information on authors and their works.
Looking for the outcomes from the first AustLit Teaching with... professional development day for teachers?
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— Interviews with contemporary authors
— and a diverse and growing set of Information trails and online exhibitions that explore connections to country and other topics
— Courting Blakness : a collection of resources accompanying a major art exhibition that questioned history and the power of storytelling
— A collection of articles from The Conversation on relevant issues.
Keep up-to-date ... visit BlackWords regularly.
The BlackWords Information Trails and Online Exhibitions a rich resource that takes you into some important topics relating to Indigenous experience and relationships to land.
— Explore works by and about people with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural heritages.
— Discover lists of works about subjects such as Sporting Heroes, Stolen Generations, Land and Identity.