A series of interviews with 12 leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers, school leaders and education faculty students about what it means to be a teacher.

The speakers include (in order of appearance):

  • Leanne Otene, Principal, Manaia View School, New Zealand
  • Dr Chris Sarra, Director, Stronger Smarter Institute, Qld
  • Emeritus Professor Paul Hughes, University of South Australia
  • Angela Ross, Literacy and Culture Teacher, Worawa Aboriginal College, Vic
  • Steve Foster, Associate Principal, Tagai State College (Torres Strait)
  • Glen Fairfoot, Secondary Teacher (currently at Queensland University of Technology)
  • Corey Warrior, Secondary Teacher, Craigmore High School, SA
  • Claire Halls, 3rd year BA/BEd, University of Western Australia
  • Sharon Anderson, Teacher, Sanctuary Point Primary School, NSW
  • Rebekah Shurley, 4th year BEd,University of Tasmania
  • Professor Konai Thaman, University of South Pacific, Fiji
  • Leonie Ebzery, Assistant Principal, Sanctuary Point Primary School, NSW

The interviews were conducted at the national Teachers are deadly conference in July 2012.


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