Most Australians believe it is important to know more and strongly support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories being a compulsory part of the school curriculum.
- The State of Reconciliation in Australia Report
Since, 2017, we have co-produced teacher resources with partner communities so all young Australians can learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories.
WOULD YOU LIKE ACCESS TO OUR NEW CULTURAL EDUCATION PORTAL?
With the release later this year of our community multi-touch books and their accompanying teacher resources, our educational capabilities will grow considerably.
Our collaboration with communities has created a unique learning system through which communities share authentic, creative, self representational resources with educators via an innovative place-based navigational interface.
It’s a new way for teachers and educators to access resources and allows SharingStories and partner communities to embed deep learning of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in the classroom to support the development of culturally safe schools, promote a strong sense of identity and belonging in First Nations students and create a shared pride in Country and culture for all students.
Expressing your interest in accessing this portal when it’s live means we will contact you with details about its release date in 2022.