Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives (Pre-Recorded Webinar).
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When embedding Aboriginal perspectives, educators can be overwhelmed and anxious as they're so worried about doing the wrong thing that it becomes debilitating.
In this course, Jess wants to build your cultural confidence and capacity to find ways that you can meaningfully and respectfully include Aboriginal perspectives in your everyday programming curriculum. When talking about embedding Aboriginal perspectives, it is a multifaceted approach.
It is not just about creating a cultural corner but sprinkling Aboriginal artifacts and resources into the curriculum where the children can play and engage. It's also about using children's interests as the vehicle for learning where you include an Aboriginal perspective in context to that genuine interest.
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So far there have been over 1,800 educators partake in this webinar and here is what some have had to say:
"Incredibly informative. Lots of great information & ideas shared in this webinar. I've also been exposed to a few words I've never used before. Thanks for sharing your cultural knowledge with us all. I look forward to adding to our existing program moving forward." - Renata Stipanovic
"Thank you so much! This was very helpful in how to include an Aboriginal Perspective into our centre without it being overwhelming for educators who aren't Aboriginal and are worried about being culturally inappropriate or disrespectful. I have gotten so much out of this webinar. Can't wait to implement what I have learnt today." - Tara Howell
"I’m halfway through this webinar now and already have so so many ideas Thanks Jess this by far for me has been a very useful webinar." - Linda Tandy
"Such an awesome webinar! So many ideas and hints" - Carolina Pavez Jule
"Such a valuable resource!!!!! I cannot wait to unpack this and imbed into practice!!💗 (Ps we love everything you do!)" - Anna Smith-Cassells
"I highly recommend watching this Webinar, we have taken so many wonderful ideas and have begun incorporating them into our everyday programmes." - Shanya Sanat
"I've completed this workshop with Jessica and I highly recommend it! I feel so much more confident now to guide my fellow educators in the right direction and have successfully created a Reconciliation Action Program since completing the course. If you can do it.... do it!!!" - Nikkie Maree
"Embedding Indigenous practices into our program is extremely important to us.
We have taken on board the advice of Jess from The Koori Curriculum and we will be incorporating a sprinkling of Aboriginal resources intentionally in our program, always not just on special days or as a display piece." - G1 Early Education, Narre Warren
"Thank you so much for explaining and inspiring me to spinkle some Aboriginal perspectives throughout the childrens interests and play spaces!" - Kate Burling
"Thank you for all your ideas, Jess! You have such a wealth of knowledge and you delivered this webinar with so much detail. I am inspired to start incorporating Aboriginal perspectives in my classroom!" - Haley Stafford
"Thank you so much for this. I have thoroughly enjoyed this webinar. I have enjoyed the play spaces and ideas you have shared. Really inspiring:)" - Gillian Jones
"Love the symbol in the classroom idea especially with everyday routine things like drink bottles and washing hands !" - Kirsten Sweeney
"Thank you for showing that we can sprinkle the Aboriginal cultural through a planning in many different areas. So good" - Trina Dinsdale
"Inspiring and informative - thought provoking. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. Teach through culture and not about culture statement has really resonated with me." - Linda McConville
Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives FAQ’s
Q: How do I access the webinar after I purchase it?
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Q: How long is the webinar sessions?
A: The webinar is approximately 1 hour 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 $300. 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 email@example.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 Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: Who do I contact for any queries?
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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: Are copies of the books mentioned in the webinar part of the price?
A: No. The books mentioned in the webinar are not included, some of the books are able to be purchased in the Koori Curriculum store, and others can be purchased through book retailers such as Amazon or through the author's website directly.
Q: I am a member of the Koori Curriculum Club, should I purchase the Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives webinar?
A: No. The Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.