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Auld, Glenn – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
This paper explores how the colonial hegemony of racism in Australia could be disrupted in schools by introducing mandatory reporting of racism by teachers in Australia, and addresses the benefits and risks of mandatory reporting of racism. Using Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders as a case study, the ongoing prevalence of racism in schools is…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Racial Bias, Teacher Role, Disclosure
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Olsen, Torjer A. – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
There are acceptable ways of studying Indigenous issues as a non-Indigenous scholar. Still, the role and identity of the scholar is important and debated within the study of Indigenous issues. The purpose of this article is to accept, but explore the premise of a distinction between Indigenous and non-Indigenous. I claim the possibility of taking…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Racial Differences, Researchers, Role
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Shortland, Lorrin Ruihi; Locke, Terry – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
This article reports on what happened when a Rumaki putaiao kaiako (Science) teacher at a New Zealand high school trialled the use of creative narratives with her Year-10 students as a way of developing their understanding of the human digestive system. These students were members of the school's Maori immersion unit, and creative narratives were…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Science Teachers
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McDowall, Ailie – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
Our work as educators is entangled in questions of how colonisation privileges particular epistemologies and ontologies, ethical responsibilities and the reproduction of privilege or exclusion through education. Working with preservice teachers as they shape their social and ethical responsibilities allows the opportunity to effect social change…
Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, Preservice Teachers, Indigenous Populations, Reflection
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Clague, Liesa; Harrison, Neil; Stewart, Katherine; Atkinson, Caroline – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
School-based gardens (SBGs) are contributing to improvements in many areas of education, including nutrition, health, connectedness and engagement of students. While considerable research has been conducted in other parts of the world, research in Australia provides limited understanding of the impact of SBGs. The aim of this paper is to give a…
Descriptors: Gardening, Reflection, Research, Indigenous Populations
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Manning, Richard – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
This article draws upon historical evidence and theoretical insights to critique the New Zealand government's negative response to a popular petition developed by students of Otorohanga College. The petition called for the New Zealand Land Wars to become a 'prescribed course of study' (topic) in New Zealand schools. This article consequently…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, History Instruction, Indigenous Populations, Ethnic Groups
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Bright, David; Mackinlay, Elizabeth – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
In her recent work, Sara Ahmed explores wilfulness as a negative charge made by some against others, thinking about the relationship between ill will and good will, the particular and the general, and the embeddedness of will in a political and cultural landscape. In Ahmed's reading, wilfulness is a characteristic often ascribed to those who do…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Educational Research, Mentors
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Trimmer, Karen; Dixon, Roselyn – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
In Australia and Europe, government agencies and not-for-proft organisations (NFPOs) have had long involvement in the funding and provision of community disability services. Signifcant change has occurred in Australia over the past two decades in the way government funds are expended, with marketplace mechanisms increasingly being used. As a…
Descriptors: Public Policy, Indigenous Populations, Special Education, Foreign Countries
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Trimmer, Karen; Gower, Graeme; Lock, Graeme – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
The education of Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander students in Australian universities has received considerable attention in both the literature and government policy in the 21st century. The participation and graduation rates for Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander students in higher education Science, Technology, Engineering and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Indigenous Populations, Graduation Rate
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Nakata, Martin – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
This is a reflective opinion piece, on our efforts in Australia to achieve alignment between the goals of Indigenous self-determination, Indigenous studies programmes and decolonising theory for an open and critical dialogue in south-south scholarship agendas. In this spirit, extant approaches to Indigenous studies in the Australian higher…
Descriptors: Reflection, Opinions, Alignment (Education), Self Determination
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Williams, Lewis; Bunda, Tracey; Claxton, Nick; MacKinnon, Iain – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
Addressing our growing planetary crisis and attendant symptoms of human and human-ecological disconnect, requires a profound epistemological reorientation regarding how societal structures are conceived and articulated; named here as the collective work of decolonisation. While global dynamics are giving rise to vital transnational solidarities…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Epistemology, Migrants, Communities of Practice
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Fleuri, Reinaldo Matias; Fleuri, Lilian Jurkevicz – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
This study argues that western societies have to learn from the cosmological vision of first peoples. In the Brazilian context, despite the genocide of these peoples, there still remains a rich variety of cultures, keeping their traditions and lifestyles based on the concept of "buen vivir," in Spanish, or Tekó Porã as the Guarani people…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Popular Education, Death
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Gallegos Anda, Carlos E. – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
In 2008, Ecuador reformed its Constitution after a prolonged period of economic, social and political crises. The momentary rupturing of power structures, that had limited political participation to small clusters of elites, opened participatory spaces for historically marginalised social groups to engage in the process of constitutional drafting.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Power Structure, Citizen Participation, Political Attitudes
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McDowall, Ailie; Ramos, Fabiane – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
This paper takes us into the Writing Borderlands, an ambiguous in-between space borrowed from Anzaldúa's concept of Borderlands, where we as PhD students are in a constant state of transition. We argue that theorising from a decolonial position consists of not merely using concepts around coloniality/decoloniality, but also putting its core ideas…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Graduate Students, Epistemology, Academic Discourse
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Dolhare, Maria Itati; Rojas-Lizana, Sol – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2018
This article discusses the concept of "Vivir Bien" (Living Well) (VB) and its role as a decolonising project in connection with the "Political Constitution of the Plurinational State of Bolivia" (2009) (BC) and subordinated legislation. This subordinated legislation was enacted to implement in a more specific manner the general…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Epistemology, Models, Indigenous Knowledge
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