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Talking Back Talking Forward Journeys in Transforming Indigenous Educational Practice

Williams, Gregory (2011). Talking Back Talking Forward Journeys in Transforming Indigenous Educational Practice. Darwin, NT: Charles Darwin University Press (CDU Press).

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Author Williams, Gregory
Title Talking Back Talking Forward Journeys in Transforming Indigenous Educational Practice
Place of Publication Darwin, NT
Publisher Charles Darwin University Press (CDU Press)
Publication Year 2011
ISBN 9780980864144   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Total Pages 198
Language English
Field of Research 1399 - Other Education
Abstract Originally an initiative of the First Nations University of Canada’s Centre for International Academic Exchange, the International Education Conference series has grown and developed over recent years with conferences held in Taiwan, Vancouver and Honolulu. Each conference has developed a different ‘flavour’ in response to the location of the conference and the community of researchers and educators who have contributed to the discussion. In 2010, people from across the Pacific region met on Gimuy Walubara Yidinji land in Cairns, Queensland to present and discuss issues relating to Indigenous education. Hosted by Charles Darwin University’s School of Australian Indigenous Knowledge Systems and the Australian Catholic University’s Centre for Indigenous Education and Research, Indigenous and non-indigenous educational leaders, practitioners and students from Canada, the United States of America, Taiwan, Papua New Guinea, Aotearoa and Australia, contributed to a valuable and wide ranging discussion on their practice and research in the field of Indigenous education. The papers included in this volume are a selection drawn from the presentations and delivered and posters displayed at the conference in Cairns and provide an opportunity to explore more fully the issues raised and the pedagogical practices presented to the delegates in 2010.
Keyword Education
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