Secondary teacher Corey Warrior took national conference delegates on a journey with grace and humour from poor grades in high school, bouncing back to successfully complete year 12, teaching in country schools and using teaching as a passport to travel the world.
Ms Leanne Otene, a Māori sister of Indigenous peoples and leading educator from Aotearoa (New Zealand) shared her personal and professional leadership insights and experiences with national Teachers are deadly! conference delegates in Adelaide.
TEACHERS are being poorly prepared by universities for the challenges of Indigenous children, a world leader in teacher education has told delegates at the national MATSITI ‘Teachers are deadly!’ conference in Adelaide.
Australian Deans of Education recently met with Schools Minister Garrett to plan the national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Retention and Graduation Project within their universities.