Top Questions Answered Online Course
Many early childhood educators are hesitant to begin including Indigenous perspectives in their program out of fear of getting it wrong. Complicating the matter further, there is an abundance of conflicting advise and views within the early childhood profession when it comes to Aboriginal perspectives. Navigating the spectrum of voices and views can be confusing and overwhelming for educators and most wish there was a simple way of ascertaining the do’s and the don’ts.
Do you want to know what is and isn’t ok in regards to the inclusion of Aboriginal perspectives in your curriculum?
The Koori Curriculum has developed a short course for early childhood educators sharing their perspectives on commonly asked questions. This offering covers topics such as the use of dreaming stories, the playing of the didgeridoo, how to find an Elder and much more.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much time do I need to allocate to complete the course?
A: This course includes 10 x 10 to 15min videos, 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 you can revisit the content 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 email@example.com