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This section looks more deeply into the EATSIPS framework and shows how the framework aligns with existing school and classroom. aims of the EATSIPS guide; Embedding the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives Framework; School leadership and educational leadership. Embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives (EATSIPS) in Schools The EATSIPS guide focuses on systemic change, and personal and.

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Involving Indigenous peoples in this process will assist in creating new spaces that reflect Indigenous art and arts practices. Establish an Indigenous Education Committee with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander representatives of the local community and across government agencies to embed Indigenous perspectives within the school.

EATSIPS guide Appendix 3

The conceptual framework for this priority has been developed as a structural tool for embedding Indigenous perspectives in the national curriculum, is based on the unique sense of identity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

They may relate to any one or many key learning areas and be safe and accessible. Track students for three to four years post schooling to capture the success of school partnerships and engagement, and to consider re-engagement of past students into the school. Inclusion can be encouraged through a variety of formal and eatsipz settings and experiences, such as open days, planned meetings, discussion groups, online chat, email, phone contact and one- onone meetings.

For more information see: Allocation of rooms 37 for Indigenous education workers and community members, which include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander murals and public artworks, might also be considered.


Contact your regional office for more information. The business owner works with the teacher to assess the student work.

Collection Manager Print and Published. You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the gide. Although there is much a teacher can teach in the school around Indigenous perspectives, some specific cultural teachings can only come from Indigenous peoples.

Last updated 28 August Provide time and non-contact time for teachers to work with Indigenous communities in the development of units eatsps work and policy, work programs and events.

A physical acknowledgment of Indigenous peoples is to raise the three nationally tuide flags each day in the school, and not just on special occasions. The business owner comes to class and listens to students pitch their logo and materials. A rich amount of texts, musical instruments, toys, puzzles, multimedia software, dolls and posters exist suitable for the early years, and developed by Indigenous peoples. The students, as a gude of their assessment task, design and fabricate the stationery materials incorporating the guids logo.

Yarning circles are a great tool for bringing authentic Indigenous ways of working into the classroom experience. Ensure that Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander representatives are on selection panels for new school staff including, where possible, new teachers and leadership. The English as a second language nature of most Indigenous students also encourages text and picture-rich classrooms at all levels of schooling.

Provision of professional development for all teaching staff will develop greater understanding and knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education issues and perspectives. In the middle and senior gukde, teachers also have access to similar resources suitable for the age ranges of their students.


The business owner presents the brief to students. What role do Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives play in the curriculum for all students?

About Latest news Contact Artwork. Provide professional development for teachers in engagement with community, local community protocols and key community members and organisations. The more profoundly an Indigenous student or community member feels inside a place, the stronger his or her identity will be eatxips that place.

Parents and community Transition Support Services. Present Indigenous perspectives at a parent, carers and community information night. The following strategies may assist in the development and maintenance of strong community partnerships and engagement. If the local Eatsups and Torres Strait Islander community is small, it may be necessary to develop relationships with Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations from a nearby town or location.

EATSIPS Framework

Strategies Strategies that will facilitate and support the employment of Indigenous staff eataips Strategies Some physical environmental strategies that might assist in creating a sense of place in schools for Indigenous peoples include: Please enable scripts and reload this page. In addition to this, celebrate Reconciliation Week annually and host events for the whole school community in support of the reconciliation process.

Share student success postschooling. Develop an induction program to run twice yearly to support the introduction of new teachers and staff to Indigenous communities.