The Koori Curriculum Educator Programming and Planning Guide
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The Koori Curriculum Programming and Planning Guide is here and it’s digital!
The Koori Curriculum Digital Educator Programming and Planning Guide is designed to build educators cultural confidence and capacity. It encapsulates all the essential ingredients needed to lead and develop innovative First Nation programs at your service.
Note: This Planner is best used in conjunction by attending one of our Programming and Planning Seminars.
Who our planner is for:
- Educators who are wanting to lead their team to privilege Aboriginal perspectives in their program
- Educators wanting to make a meaningful commitment to Reconciliation
- Educators wanting support connecting with their local community
- Educators seeking to meaningfully embed Aboriginal perspectives in their program and understand Aboriginal pedagogies
- Educator wanting to build their cultural confidence
What our planner includes:
- Space and support to program and plan for the inclusion of Aboriginal perspectives in your curriculum
- Guidance on the use of Aboriginal pedagogies
- Useful resources including audits, templates, references and guides that support the development of Aboriginal programs
- Prompts and provocations to develop a commitment to Reconciliation and a service philosophy that privileges First Nation peoples, practices and principles.
- Information on significant dates and celebrations
- 2023 year at a glance
- Inspirational quotes from educators walking the talk
- Programming templates that privilege First Nation Pedagogies and share how to embed perspectives holistically and in context to childrens interests
- Goal setting templates
- Provocations for critical reflection
- Prompts to support the development of a commitment to Reconciliation and tools to help develop a plan of action
- Advice on how to connect with community and space to track your community connections
- A places and spaces resource audit
- Space for seasonal observations
- Information on significant dates
- Weekly planning space, to do lists etc
The artwork used throughout this planner has been designed by Chloe Lee of Barka Arts.
Chloe is an Artist, Creator, Qualified Early Childhood Educator, Mum & Wife.
She is a proud young Indigenous Woman from Barkindji & Maliangappa Mobs situated along the Darling River in Western NSW. Gamilaroi from Northern NSW. With ties to Biripi Eastern NSW.
Chloe has a background in Aboriginal art, dancing and cultural workshops and her professional background is in early childhood education.
After working for many years with children and families, she found a passion for creating authentic Indigenous resources for play-based learning and education.
She also loves sharing her art with the aim to educate, close gaps and to be culturally inclusive of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Culture & People.