Top 30 Tips in 30 Days Online Course
Since starting the Koori Curriculum we have met thousands of educators from all over Australian who are enthusiastically embedding Aboriginal perspectives in their program and practice. Whilst these educators celebrate the inclusion of first nations peoples in their curricula the struggle is real.
There are a gamut of challenges that educators face and battle to over come on their quest to privilege Indigenous culture and people in their setting. To support educators along on their journey the Koori Curriculum has listed our Top 30 Tips and turned them into a short course for early childhood educators.
This short course will advise and touch on the following topics:
- Acknowledgement of Country
- Connecting with Community
- Reconciliation Action Plans
- Celebrations and Significant Dates
- Working with Families
- Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives in Early Childhood Curriculums
Our Top 30 Tips are short snippets of information that aim to guide practice and develop educators cultural capacity and confidence.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much time do I need to allocate to complete the course?
A: Each of the 30 days includes a 10 to 15min video, an overview and some supporting resources if you wish to explore the topic deeper.
Q: When does the course start?
A: As soon as you purchase the course you will gain access. You can begin immediately and at any time. The course is self paced so if you miss a day you can revisit it when you are ready.
Q: Will the course be recorded?
A: All the course materials are pre-recorded.
Q: Can I access the course in my own time?
A: Yes. Designed to be accessed when you are ready, and available for you to return too should you need to revisit a topic or theme.
Q: Can I share the course with my team?
A: No, the course materials are for individual access only. If you require multi-user access so you can work through the materials as a group, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
" I stumbled across your 30 Tips in 30 Days series; I think through a Facebook sponsored type post but found it amazing! And so informative, very easy to read and beautifully put together."
"I recently took part in Jessica Staines '30 tips for 30 days' and 'Top questions answered online' courses. Both of these have been tremendously valuable to me as a non-Indigenous person wanting to reflect Indigenous culture in early childhood programs. There is a lot of confusing information out there but Jessica's courses helped me to see things directly from an Indigenous perspective and supported my efforts to embed culturally appropriate practices. I would highly recommend these courses!"
"I just wanted to give you a huge shout out. I purchased your online course 30 tips in 30 days and have just finished. Loved it! Right from the start I felt that each step was achievable and I have come away with plan of what I can do next. It has led to wonderful conversations with colleagues reflecting on what we have done, and how we can continue to do better. Learning, unlearning and relearning. Looking forward to putting all 30 tips into practice at our centre!"
"Many thanks to Jessica for sharing so many great ideas in her '30 tips for 30 days'. It's given me so many ideas to think about, discuss with colleagues and start to put into place in my kinder. Wonderful!"
"I recently purchased Top 30 Tips in 30 Days from Koori Curriculum and loved it! I chose Top 30 Tips in 30 Days because I had just finished my ECE diploma and wanted a better idea as to how to integrate indigenous perspectives/culture into my practice. It was incredibly insightful and I now feel like I have a fantastic foundation to begin my career with. I can’t wait to dive into more of the Koori curriculum webinars and resources."
"Only just over half way through but so enjoying all the learning I’m doing!
As a teacher of 30+ years it’s exciting to be on a renewed learning journey inspired by a vibrant young teacher who is doing so much to help others in their understanding and practice with such practical advice."
"I can not believe we were flying the flag and a man knocked in our door to complain he said we need 1 flag he went on and on. My administration assistant said he had been 3 times before. I am proud of myself I explained why we flew the flag. I could do this thanks to your tips. I just wanted to share this with you. Thankyou"
Sandy, Hastings Child Care And Community Kinder.
"I have just completed ( albeit a bit slow) the 30 tips to embedding Aboriginal Perspectives. I found the information given easy to understand, the links to useful books a great resource and the understanding that I am doing a good job BUT I can set a higher standard and do more research and do more to educate the children and families in my Bayside community kindergarten. Thank you for the tips I would highly recommend."
"A few of the educators at my service (including myself) are completing this. I have learnt so much from them, so thank you for developing them."
"I am still working through mine. It has given me a great understanding and focus. Highly recommend this. Thank you so much x"
"The top 30 tips has been fantastic, it has given me practical tips and information. I have been sharing them with my colleagues as part of our journey."
"The 30 tips in 30 days were wonderful, bite size, encouraging, creative and very helpful thoughts for any service seeking to embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into curriculum and to proceed with a RAP. I encourage (purchasing) these, they only take a few moments of your day and offer further video segments should you wish to delve deeper. It's snapshot learning that will go far in building educators confidence, knowledge and build a sense of true purpose as to why we need to work together in this way as educators."