Koori Curriculum Coaching
Educators Who Can Benefit from Coaching with the Koori Curriculum:
- Have already taken personal accountability and responsibility to source information e.g. they have engaged in professional learning.
- Is able to commit to and prioritise Aboriginal programs for a period of time to gain momentum and lay foundations.
- Are open to feedback, unlearning and relearning. They acknowledge that not all conversations will be comfortable and not all roads are easy to travel down.
- Are able to commit to and prioritise Aboriginal programs for a period of time to gain momentum and lay foundations.
What Can Be Covered in a KC Coaching Session?
- Reconciliation Action Plan development. Mentoring sessions can be used to create a Reconciliation Action Plan from scratch and/or discuss specific actions.
- Reconciliation Action Plan working group participation. It is recommended that RAP working groups have Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander representation on them. Koori Curriculum mentoring sessions can be used to have the Koori Curriculum guide and support your RAP working group.
- The creation of a "Community Connections List".
- Supporting relationships and connections between educators and their local Aboriginal community.
- Support in the development of cultural learning plans for children.
- Curriculum support and development.
Coaching sessions are delivered virtually and sold in packages that can be individually booked in as required.
However, we do suggest that if sessions are intended to be used for RAP working groups that you pre book and lock in dates ASAP to ensure availability.
Daytime booking between 9am-5pm weekdays:
5 x 1 Hour Individual Sessions: $825 Inc GST
5 x 1 Hour Group Sessions: $1,650 Inc GST
Evening booking between 6pm-8pm weekdays:
5 x 1 Hour Individual Sessions: $990 Inc GST
5 x 1 Hour Group Sessions: $1,980 Inc GST
Your Koori Curriculum Coach
Director, Koori Curriculum
Jessica Staines is an early childhood educator, professional speaker, author, advocate and advisor. As the founder and director of Koori Curriculum, Jessica is committed to helping educators embed Aboriginal perspectives into early childhood education.
She has played many significant roles nationally and internationally in building cultural understanding, reconciliation and harmony, including as an Indigenous advisor to ABC’s Playschool.
Jessica’s family are originally from Wiradjuri country, but due to displacement have lived off-country on Gadigal and Wangal lands for four generations. Jessica is proud to be a Wiradjuri woman, and today lives on Darkinjung Country with her husband and two children.