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Aboriginal & TSI - How to Indigenise your early childhood setting

Aboriginal & TSI - How to Indigenise your early childhood setting
Australian Made

First Impressions do count!

Take a walk around your centre or schools front entrance
Put yourself in the shoes of an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander parent coming into your centre for the first time, to see if it is appropriate to care and nurture their child?
What do you see when you walk in?
Would your centre at a glance, show you value Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians at a glance?
This resource will examine how easy it is to make your centre culturally safe for Indigenous Australians.
Let's not continue with the excuse..... "We do not have any Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander children in our school, otherwise we would love to have some Indigenous resources".
Do you have people with an Asian, Spanish or African background or any other culture? This resource can be used as a guide to help you "Put your shoes on someone else's feet" to see things from their perspective and give you ideas and inspiration on multicultural education that you can use to bring both Indigenous and other cultural ideas into your centre.
26 pages
Web Price $39.95
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Aboriginal & TSI - How to Indigenise your early childhood setting Testimonials

"I just thought I would give you a bit of feed back on a few products I just received from Global Kids Oz.  As you know we are a Trial Centre for the EYLF and I am always looking at ways to ensure we are implementing it in the way we believe it was intended.   Having said this I  was looking at good new ways to indigenise & culturalise our Centre better.  In my order last week I received from you the "How to indigenise your early childhood setting".  I have just finished reading this book and until I did the checklist I thought we were a very inclusive and cultural aware centre. When I did the checklist in the book I was very disappointed.  We are now in the process of making Our Foyer more culturally aware and including indigenous items thank to this book and checklist. I would recommended this book to any Centre that is serious about inclusion and cultural awareness.  It certainly opened up our eyes. and a bargain at $39.95Kerry, Director Pre-Prep, Townsville Grammer State School

Multicultural resources, Indigenous, Maori, Cultural Diversity in childcare, multiculturalism, cultural learning resources