Webinars – Indigenous science CoP

Webinar October 20, 2022

Theme: Incorporating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge and perspectives into the science undergraduate curriculum
Presenters: John Shannahan, Heather Pate, Renae Isaacs-Guthridge, Kenneth Hayward, Robert Somerville, Annette Koenders.

> Video recording and
Infusing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Knowledge and Perspective into Science Curricula (padlet.com)

Webinar August 11, 2022

Theme: Indigenous Data Sovereignty, Higher Education, and Ethics: The Story of how Kannabi became Wise
Presenters: Prof Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews of the University of Western Sydney

> Video recording

Webinar July 14, 2022

Theme: Indigenising curriculum in IT and Health and Physical Education
Presenters: Dr Rosetta Romano, Dr Michael Davies, University of Canberra

> Video recording

Webinar June 2, 2022

Theme: Beyond individual approaches: Systematic approaches to Indigenous curriculum design
Presenters: Professor Susan Page, Director of Indigenous Learning and Teaching, Western Sydney University

> View the presentation and references
> Video recording

Webinar April 1, 2022

The first webinar for 2022 was a discussion on an important paper by Susan Page, Michelle Trudgett and Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews

> Read the paper Creating a degree-focused pedagogical framework to guide Indigenous graduate attribute curriculum development
> Video recording

Webinar December 9, 2021

Theme: Embedding First Nations Health within Curriculum
Dr Ngaree Blow and Joanne Bolton
> Video recording

Webinar November 4, 2021

Theme: Crafting an on-Country learning experience at Budj Bim
Associate Professor Juliana Kaya Prpic, The University of Melbourne
> Video recording

Webinar September 16, 2021

The National Indigenous Science Education Program: Facilitating Equity, Inclusion and Belonging in Secondary and Higher Education
Joanne Jamie (Macquarie University) and Deb Breckenridge (DET, NSW)

Video recording

Webinar August 5, 2021

Theme: Better in Blak: an ethical journey towards decolonising the Science curriculum through exposure to Indigenous Knowledge systems
Matthew Pye, Rebecca Cross, and Fran van den Berg, The University of Sydney

Video recording

Webinar June 17, 2021

Theme: Building Bridges: Embedding Indigenous Science Into Mainstream STEM Curriculum
Reva Ramiah, Brenda Rohl, Tracey Kickett, and Allison Blyth, Curtin University

Video recording

Webinar June 02, 2021

Theme: Overcoming barriers – Teaching for diversity and equity in STEM
Reva Ramiah (Curtin University)
Lisa Godinho (The University of Melbourne)
Angela Ziebell (Monash University)
Joanne Castelli (University of Western Australia)
Stephen George-Williams (The University of Sydney).

Video recording
Case studies