Aboriginal Art in Early Childhood (Pre-Recorded Webinar).

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This session is for educators who are wanting to respectfully embed Aboriginal art and culture into their art curriculum. Jessica Staines Director of the Koori Curriculum dispels the myths about what is and isn’t ok and provides educators with practical tips and ideas to meaningfully teach and include Aboriginal art in the curriculum.

This webinar covers:

• Tips on how to meaningfully include Aboriginal art into early childhood contexts.
• Ethical procurement of Aboriginal Art
• Balancing between traditional, contemporary, urban, regional and local Aboriginal arts practices.
• Practical ideas for the sharing of Aboriginal art for birth to two year olds and 3-5 year olds.
• How to extend children’s interests through Aboriginal art.
• Introduction to using art as pedagogy.
And so much more.

Please note that this is a pre-recorded webinar that runs for approximately 30mins in length.

Webinar access details will be sent once you complete your order.

Certificates of completion are issued automatically once you complete the webinar.

Access to the webinar is for 3 months from the date of purchase.



What educators are saying about this course:


"Thank you, Jessica. I teach art in a primary school. I still found this P.L. insightful and informative. Well worth the time, so many wonderful ideas that are explained clearly. A fantastic resource!" - Ann Liston

"Thank you Jessica I watched the webinar last night it was fabulous! Excellent practical ideas and tips!" - Leah Milligan

"Amazing! Exactly the advice and guidance I was looking for and needing" - Matt Grungo

"Fabulous session Jessica! Thank you for your guidance." - Vanessa Townsend

"So many great ideas for embedding Aboriginal perspectives through different art forms" - Libby Yee

"Probably one of the most informative, authentic professional development I have done in a very long time!" - Jannelle Gallagher

"This was a great webinar. Very informative without information overload. Have recommended it to several educators." - Rhi Louise 

"Was a fantastic webinar, thank you so much" - Melissah Beinke

"Thank you Jessica I watched the webinar last night it was fabulous! Excellent practical ideas and tips!" - Leah Milligan

"Dear Jessica, Thank you, thank you, thank you. Your webinar was truly informative, positive and empowering. I appreciated every last minute. Thank you again." - Helen Pretty

"Wow! This is so amazing and has helped me feel so much better in weaving in Indigenous art within my room. Thank you"  Samantha Rickards

"Thank you so much. I really enjoyed the webinar. So many interesting ideas." - Gillian Jones

"Thanks, Jessica, you really impart your information well so concise and clear and easy to understand. You have clarified so much for me within this area of the creative arts for children and sharing the Indigenous culture and arts with meaning and a proper perspective. I really enjoyed and am now inspired" - Susan Fynmore


Aboriginal Art in Early Childhood FAQ’s


Q: How do I access the webinar after I purchase it?

A: After you purchase your webinar you will be sent a series of emails:
  1. An order confirmation email with receipt of purchase
  2. An email with your login details to the webinar platform
These emails can take up to 2 business hours after your purchase to arrive (please check your junk mail).

Q: How long is the webinar sessions?

A: The webinar is approximately 30 minutes long.

Q: Is there a payment plan?

A: Yes, via AfterPay. Choose AfterPay at check out for more details.

Q: Is there a group rate?

A: Yes, for groups of up to 5 people, the rate is $220. For groups of more than 5 people, please purchase a combination of individual and group access, or multiple group access.

Q: I have just purchased group access to the webinar, how do I add the additional users?

A: Please contact us at info@kooricurriculum.com with the first name, last name and email address of each user and a member and one of our team will add them within 1 business day. 

Q: Can I share my individual access with other people?

A: No. We do have the additional option of purchasing group access to the webinar (for up to 5 users).

Q: How long is my access valid for once I purchase?

A: Access to the Aboriginal Art in Early Childhood webinar is for 3 months

Q: Do you offer refunds on webinars?

A: We are confident that once you view the webinar, you'll be sure you made the right decision. Due to the digital nature of the webinar, we do not offer refunds. If you have accidentally purchased the webinar twice (it happens) please contact us at info@kooricurriculum.com

Q: Who do I contact for any queries?

A: You can reach us at info@kooricurriculum.com and one of our team will respond within 1 business day.

Q: Is the webinar live and do I need to attend at a certain day or time, or will recordings be available?

A: Webinar sessions are pre-recorded, all webinar sessions once purchased are available for you to view in your own time. 

Q: I am a member of the Koori Curriculum Club, should I purchase the Aboriginal Art in Early Childhood webinar?

A: No. Aboriginal Art in Early Childhood webinar is included in your Koori Curriculum Club membership, along with our other great webinars.

Q: What happens if I have technical issues with the webinar after I purchase?

A: Please contact us at info@kooricurriculum.com and one of our team will respond within 1 business day.

Q: Can I download the webinar?

A: No. We do not allow downloading of our webinars, once you have access you are able to watch the webinar however many times you like.

Q: Are the webinars NESA accredited?

As of 5th February 2021, NESA deregistered all early childhood providers and any courses they had accredited, this included any offered by the Koori Curriculum.

Information about the new processes for accreditation of PD courses, including course content criteria, is expected to be available on the NESA website around mid-July 2021 and applications will open shortly after that time. We aim to applying for accreditation during this time.

Early Learning Educators are able to log completed hours under Elective PD course hours as they will count equally for teachers who are completing their Maintenance of Accreditation in 2021 and 2022:  https://www.educationstandards.nsw.edu.au/wps/portal/nesa/teacher-accreditation/meeting-requirements/maintaining-accreditation/maintenance-transition-arrangements

Should you have any further queries on this, please reach out to the Department of Education directly on +61 2 9367 8291 or email on PD@nesa.nsw.edu.au

Q: I have previously purchased a webinar from Koori Curriculum, how do I access a newly purchased webinar?

A: Thank you for purchasing an additional learning experience from Koori Curriculum. If you already have access to our learning platform, any additional webinars you purchase will be automatically added to your profile for access after purchase.