Two Way Teaching and Learning: Toward Culturally Reflective and Relevant Education
Two Way Teaching and Learning addresses the interface where two cultures meet; in the classroom, the school, the community, and in both state and national education curricula. Contributors are mostly highly experienced Indigenous practitioners drawn from academia, the teaching profession and the community. They put the spotlight on policies and processes that serve to either facilitate an informed, respectful relationship in education, or act to reinforce cultural inequity and inequality. Policy implications that can be liberating or devastating for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Australian school systems are exposed and explored with forensic care. Each practitioner articulates specific problems, and offers practical strategies that make a difference.
Purdie, N., Milgate, G., & Bell, H. R. (2011). Two Way Teaching and Learning: Toward Culturally Reflective and Relevant Education. https://research.acer.edu.au/indigenous_education/38