Webinars – Indigenous science CoP

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
Presenters:
Dr Ngaree Blow and Joanne Bolton
 
> Video recording

Webinar November 4, 2021


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

Webinar September 16, 2021


Theme: 
The National Indigenous Science Education Program: Facilitating Equity, Inclusion and Belonging in Secondary and Higher Education
Presenters:
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
Presenters:
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
Presenters:
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
Facilitators:
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
Slides
Case studies