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How a quality teacher makes a difference for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Louise Bye, Assistant Director, Aboriginal Education and Training Directorate Melissa Kirby, Aboriginal Education Consultant, Bourke SEG . Acknowledgement . I’ll begin with Story…. Deadly dancers.

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How a quality teacher makes a difference for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

Louise Bye, Assistant Director, Aboriginal Education and Training Directorate

Melissa Kirby, Aboriginal Education Consultant, Bourke SEG

deadly dancers
Deadly dancers

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_opd7n_l_x4&feature=player_embedded

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Ways of Knowing

Ways of Doing

in it s simplest form
In it’s simplest form…
  • Tell a story
  • Make a plan
  • Think and do
  • Draw it
  • Take it outside
  • Try a new way
  • Watch first, then do
  • Share it with others
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Be aware that Aboriginal pedagogies may vary from place to place and in different cultural activities. For example, some communities may place less emphasis on group yarns and more emphasis on deep listening. Also, pedagogies associated with learning traditional Law/ Lore business will always be far less participatory or democratic than ways of learning associated with mundane knowledge.

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Performing is like

breathing fire into the process.

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Cultural toleranceCultural Political CorrectnessCultural exchangeCultural awarenessCultural neutralityCultural sensitivityCultural appropriatenessCultural inclusivityCultural immersionCultural pluralismCultural responsiveness

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1400… lets break it down... (on average)Kinder 200 daysYear 1 200 daysYear 2 200 daysYear 3 200 daysYear 4 200 daysYear 5 200 daysYear 6 200 days

feedback prof steve dinham
Feedback - Prof Steve Dinham

If you focus on providing students with improved quality feedback in individual classrooms, departments and schools you’ll have an almost immediate positive effect.

Great teachers give great feedback and every teacher is capable of giving more effective feedback.

what sort of feedback g nuthall 2007 the hidden lives of learners
What sort of feedback? G. Nuthall (2007) The Hidden Lives of Learners

80 % of feedback students receive about their work in primary school comes from other students.

80 % of this student-student feedback is incorrect.

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Feedback - Prof Steve Dinham

The four questions of students:

  • What can I do?
  • What can’t I do?
  • How does my work compare with others?
  • How can I do better?