Delegates at MATSITI Teacher Education Forum, July 2014
Delegates at MATSITI Teacher Education Forum, July 2014

Leading national and international academics met at a MATSITI-sponsored forum in Adelaide to progress teacher education for Indigenous people and to consider a national academic professional network.

A key outcome from the forum is the formation of an association of Indigenous Australian Lecturers in Teacher Education (IALiTEs).

Presentations below are from national and international leaders and practitioners in teacher education.

MATSITI Forum Program (PDF) »


Forum Day 1: 3 July 2014

NATSIATE Survey Results (Excerpt)
Dr Kaye Price, MATSITI


A NZ Case Study – Engagement with Higher Education:
Ms Hine Waitere, National Institute for Maori Education


Engaging with schools and faculties of education – service teaching:
Ms Faye Rosas Blanch, Flinders University


RRR: Respect, Relationships, Reconciliation
Mark Tranthim-Fryer, MATSITI


Working together – professional development and publishing:
Dr Max Lenoy, James Cook University


Forum Day 2: 4 July 2014

Indigenous Excellence
Luke Pearson, IndigenousX

NCIE Community of Excellence


Engagement with Australian Council of Deans of Education:
Professor Toni Downes, Charles Sturt University


Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association – History and development
Dr Kali Hayward, Vice President, AIDA

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