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Catching up on unit viewings tonight.. this weeks topic is Aboriginal innovation school case studies.. #myjourneytoteaching #aboriginaleducation #preserviceteacher #teachertobe #aussieteachertribe #teachersofinstagram
Teaching friends can anyone get me a Gonski shirt? “Every child deserves to receive the support they need to achieve minimum standards”. If you care about education I encourage you to look into Gonski and think about what this will mean for the future of our children and our country. Or feel free to ask me,  I’m an expert after today 😂 anyway I knew Gonski was cool, but I didn’t know just how cool he was until this lecture 😎 #whiteandnerdy #thinkofthechildren #fangirl #gonski #education #australia #australianeducation #unilife #masterofspecialeducation #aboriginaleducation #indigenousstudents #disadvantagedstudents #specialeducation  #teacher #teacherlife #nswtf #teachernerd #backtoschool #getthisgirlatshirt #inspiration #uonstudents #universityofnewcastle #igiveagonski
Teaching friends can anyone get me a Gonski shirt? “Every child deserves to receive the support they need to achieve minimum standards”. If you care about education I encourage you to look into Gonski and think about what this will mean for the future of our children and our country. Or feel free to ask me, I’m an expert after today 😂 anyway I knew Gonski was cool, but I didn’t know just how cool he was until this lecture 😎 #whiteandnerdy  #thinkofthechildren  #fangirl  #gonski  #education  #australia  #australianeducation  #unilife  #masterofspecialeducation  #aboriginaleducation  #indigenousstudents  #disadvantagedstudents  #specialeducation  #teacher  #teacherlife  #nswtf  #teachernerd  #backtoschool  #getthisgirlatshirt  #inspiration  #uonstudents  #universityofnewcastle  #igiveagonski 
ACPA will be holding their second round of auditions for 2019 on November 28th and 29th!  If you are interested, or know someone that is, feel free to send a private message to our Instagram account and we’ll reply with more info.  Or visit our website at acpa.edu.au, give us a call at (07) 3216 1490 or send an email to admin@acpa.edu.au
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#acpa #acpa2018 #acpastudent #indigenouseducation #indigenous #aboriginal #aboriginaleducation #torresstraitislander #torresstraitislandereducation #tafe #rto #firstnations #australia #brisbane #performance #singing #acting #dance #music #ballet #theatre #choir
ACPA will be holding their second round of auditions for 2019 on November 28th and 29th! If you are interested, or know someone that is, feel free to send a private message to our Instagram account and we’ll reply with more info. Or visit our website at acpa.edu.au, give us a call at (07) 3216 1490 or send an email to admin@acpa.edu.au . . . #acpa  #acpa2018  #acpastudent  #indigenouseducation  #indigenous  #aboriginal  #aboriginaleducation  #torresstraitislander  #torresstraitislandereducation  #tafe  #rto  #firstnations  #australia  #brisbane  #performance  #singing  #acting  #dance  #music  #ballet  #theatre  #choir 
Our Post-School Options team recently caught up with Caitlin Thomas in #Kalgoorlie. 
Last year Caitlin graduated from Eastern Goldfields College where she was a participant in the Girls Academy program. She is now working as a dental technician at Kalgoorlie Dental Surgery. 
Caitlin is learning her role on the job and working hard, but she is enjoying the challenge, the independence and the opportunities this career path provides. 
Caitlin still has close ties with staff and students at the Girls Academy.

Planning for life after school is an important element of the #GirlsAcademy program. Our dedicated Post-School Options staff work with the girls at school in exploring their options through academic and professional events, developing an individual career plan, and working with the students for up to two years after graduation to support their endeavours. 
#WesternAustralia #PostSchoolOptions #postschoolpathways #GirlsEducation #IndigenousEducation #AboriginalEducation #Indigenous #Healthcare #DentalHealth #EasternGoldfields #dentistry
Our Post-School Options team recently caught up with Caitlin Thomas in #Kalgoorlie . Last year Caitlin graduated from Eastern Goldfields College where she was a participant in the Girls Academy program. She is now working as a dental technician at Kalgoorlie Dental Surgery. Caitlin is learning her role on the job and working hard, but she is enjoying the challenge, the independence and the opportunities this career path provides. Caitlin still has close ties with staff and students at the Girls Academy. Planning for life after school is an important element of the #GirlsAcademy  program. Our dedicated Post-School Options staff work with the girls at school in exploring their options through academic and professional events, developing an individual career plan, and working with the students for up to two years after graduation to support their endeavours. #WesternAustralia  #PostSchoolOptions  #postschoolpathways  #GirlsEducation  #IndigenousEducation  #AboriginalEducation  #Indigenous  #Healthcare  #DentalHealth  #EasternGoldfields  #dentistry 
❤️💛🖤✝️ CEDoW Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Education Professional Officer, Karan Taylor, is a remarkable Aboriginal Catholic woman.

Starting as a parent sharing her Aboriginal cultural knowledge with her children’s classes to now leading a team of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people working in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education across the Diocese of Wollongong, Karan’s contribution to our Catholic education system and school communities has been immense.

In light of this year’s National NAIDOC theme, ‘Because of her, we can!’, and Karan recently receiving a prestigious National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council Service to Community Award, we spoke to Karan about her life and work in a four-part audio interview (📲 link in bio)
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❤️💛🖤✝️ CEDoW Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Education Professional Officer, Karan Taylor, is a remarkable Aboriginal Catholic woman. Starting as a parent sharing her Aboriginal cultural knowledge with her children’s classes to now leading a team of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people working in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education across the Diocese of Wollongong, Karan’s contribution to our Catholic education system and school communities has been immense. In light of this year’s National NAIDOC theme, ‘Because of her, we can!’, and Karan recently receiving a prestigious National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council Service to Community Award, we spoke to Karan about her life and work in a four-part audio interview (📲 link in bio) . . #natsicc  #natsiccaward  #award  #communityservice  #service  #servicetocommunity  #aboriginal  #torresstraitislander  #aboriginandtorresstraitislander  #aboriginalaustralia  #catholic  #aboriginalcatholicministry  #aboriginalcatholicservices  #celebration  #recognition  #nationalaward  #CEDoW  #education  #catholiceducation  #catholicschools  #aboriginaleducation  #strong  #naidoc  #naidoc2018  #naidocweek2018  #becauseofher  #becauseofherwecan  #naidocweek  #inspiration  #woman 
Want to get your hands on one of our deadly shirts? Simply have a full 715 Health Check at your nearest participating AMS and you’ll score one! Find yours at - http://bit.ly/dchealthcheck1
Want to get your hands on one of our deadly shirts? Simply have a full 715 Health Check at your nearest participating AMS and you’ll score one! Find yours at - http://bit.ly/dchealthcheck1
Looking for more ways to include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in the class room? Our “The Frog and the Two Pelicans” lesson on Wingaru Kids is a great way to do this.
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#Aboriginaleducation #Aboriginalculture #Aboriginalaustralia #wingarukids #downunderteachers #teachersdownunder #teachergram #education #elearning #edtech #teachersaust #teachersofaustralia #aussieteachers #aussieteachertribe #australianteachers #teachersofig #learningthroughplay #learningtogether #learningresource #australianschools #DreamingStories
Looking for more ways to include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in the class room? Our “The Frog and the Two Pelicans” lesson on Wingaru Kids is a great way to do this. . . . . . . . #Aboriginaleducation  #wingarueducation  #teacherresources  #digitaleducation  #Aboriginaleducation  #Aboriginalculture  #Aboriginalaustralia  #wingarukids  #downunderteachers  #teachersdownunder  #teachergram  #education  #elearning  #edtech  #teachersaust  #teachersofaustralia  #aussieteachers  #aussieteachertribe  #australianteachers  #teachersofig  #learningthroughplay  #learningtogether  #learningresource  #australianschools  #DreamingStories 
Spending this Saturday afternoon planning a Social Studies lesson plan surrounding this book, Sky Sisters. This book is about two Ojibway sisters who travel across the Northern countryside in search of the Northern Lights and the SkySpirits. It is a beautiful story that incorporates Indigenous culture, families, and the wonder of children. I am using this book for a grade 5/6 lesson plan but it can easily be adapted to many different primary grades. — #fnmicurriculum #aboriginaleducation #aboriginaleducator #indigenousknowledge #teachersofinstagram #teachergram #professionaldevelopment #lovemyculture #culturallyresponsiveteaching #culturallyrelevantpedagogy #selfeducation #addingtothecollection #selfawareness #professionaldevelopment #teachersfollowteachers #teacherideas
Spending this Saturday afternoon planning a Social Studies lesson plan surrounding this book, Sky Sisters. This book is about two Ojibway sisters who travel across the Northern countryside in search of the Northern Lights and the SkySpirits. It is a beautiful story that incorporates Indigenous culture, families, and the wonder of children. I am using this book for a grade 5/6 lesson plan but it can easily be adapted to many different primary grades. — #fnmicurriculum  #aboriginaleducation  #aboriginaleducator  #indigenousknowledge  #teachersofinstagram  #teachergram  #professionaldevelopment  #lovemyculture  #culturallyresponsiveteaching  #culturallyrelevantpedagogy  #selfeducation  #addingtothecollection  #selfawareness  #professionaldevelopment  #teachersfollowteachers  #teacherideas 
My class and I participated in making #facelessdolls to commemorate missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls. We must remember these women and girls. We must do better. This is an important issue and a good activity to do with your students. You may also hang up red dresses in your school as another way of showing support, advocacy, and allyship. — #fnmicurriculum #aboriginaleducation #aboriginaleducator #indigenousknowledge #teachersofinstagram #teachergram #professionaldevelopment #lovemyculture #culturallyresponsiveteaching #culturallyrelevantpedagogy #selfeducation #addingtothecollection #selfawareness #professionaldevelopment #teachersfollowteachers #teacherideas
My class and I participated in making #facelessdolls  to commemorate missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls. We must remember these women and girls. We must do better. This is an important issue and a good activity to do with your students. You may also hang up red dresses in your school as another way of showing support, advocacy, and allyship. — #fnmicurriculum  #aboriginaleducation  #aboriginaleducator  #indigenousknowledge  #teachersofinstagram  #teachergram  #professionaldevelopment  #lovemyculture  #culturallyresponsiveteaching  #culturallyrelevantpedagogy  #selfeducation  #addingtothecollection  #selfawareness  #professionaldevelopment  #teachersfollowteachers  #teacherideas 
Want to book in an online coffee date with Jess Staines Director of the Koori Curriculum? Over a cuppa we can discuss a topic of interest or an obstacle that you're facing in relation to the inclusion of Aboriginal perspectives in your early learning setting
Email jess@kooricurriculum.com 
Cost: $50 per hour +GST.  #kooricurriculum #mentoring #coffeedate #skype #zoom #mentoringonline #professionaldevelopment #aboriginaleducation #aboriginalpedagogy #reconciliation #earlychildhoodeducation #teachersofinstagram #teachers #teacherstyles
Want to book in an online coffee date with Jess Staines Director of the Koori Curriculum? Over a cuppa we can discuss a topic of interest or an obstacle that you're facing in relation to the inclusion of Aboriginal perspectives in your early learning setting Email jess@kooricurriculum.com Cost: $50 per hour +GST. #kooricurriculum  #mentoring  #coffeedate  #skype  #zoom  #mentoringonline  #professionaldevelopment  #aboriginaleducation  #aboriginalpedagogy  #reconciliation  #earlychildhoodeducation  #teachersofinstagram  #teachers  #teacherstyles 
Quiz time! Write your answer in the comments below. 
#AboriginalEducation #TeacherResources
Students and staff from #Palmerston and #Taminmin Girls Academies recently attended an awesome event at the Northern Territory Library.

The Library opened a new exhibition - A Territory Story - which showcases the stories of Territory women who were leaders and trail-blazers. 
Former Chief Minister Clare Martin spoke to the students at the launch event, as did retired Air Chief Marshal Sir Angus Houston AK, AC, AFC. 
Girls Academy staff members Jemma Iacono, Lateesha Jeffrey and Rhianon McEwan attended with the students, who they are helping to become the leaders and trail-blazers of their own generation. The girls found the event illuminating and inspiring.

#HumptyDoo #Darwin #NorthernTerritory #DayOfTheGirl #GirlsAcademy #GirlsEducation #AboriginalEducation #IndigenousEducation #Indigenous
Students and staff from #Palmerston  and #Taminmin  Girls Academies recently attended an awesome event at the Northern Territory Library. The Library opened a new exhibition - A Territory Story - which showcases the stories of Territory women who were leaders and trail-blazers. Former Chief Minister Clare Martin spoke to the students at the launch event, as did retired Air Chief Marshal Sir Angus Houston AK, AC, AFC. Girls Academy staff members Jemma Iacono, Lateesha Jeffrey and Rhianon McEwan attended with the students, who they are helping to become the leaders and trail-blazers of their own generation. The girls found the event illuminating and inspiring. #HumptyDoo  #Darwin  #NorthernTerritory  #DayOfTheGirl  #GirlsAcademy  #GirlsEducation  #AboriginalEducation  #IndigenousEducation  #Indigenous 
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Do you want to win a DC prize pack?! Tell us two of the clubs we partner with and you’ll go in the draw!! If you need a hint check out our website!
Students from our Geraldton #Followthedream program recently attended an ‘Empowering young girls in our community’ breakfast hosted by the Geraldton Streetwork Aboriginal Corporation.

The two guest speakers gave talks that inspired the girls to think about their future both as an individual and as strong Aboriginal woman in the community.

Geraldton Magistrate, Ms Donna Webb, highlighted the importance of committing to your education and challenging yourself, while Miss NAIDOC 2018, Sophie Coffin, emphasised that a commitment to your education will increase opportunities on leaving school.

#NAIDOC #Becauseofherwecan #Strongwomen #futureleaders #standproud #aboriginaleducation #aboriginalachievement
Students from our Geraldton #Followthedream  program recently attended an ‘Empowering young girls in our community’ breakfast hosted by the Geraldton Streetwork Aboriginal Corporation. The two guest speakers gave talks that inspired the girls to think about their future both as an individual and as strong Aboriginal woman in the community. Geraldton Magistrate, Ms Donna Webb, highlighted the importance of committing to your education and challenging yourself, while Miss NAIDOC 2018, Sophie Coffin, emphasised that a commitment to your education will increase opportunities on leaving school. #NAIDOC  #Becauseofherwecan  #Strongwomen  #futureleaders  #standproud  #aboriginaleducation  #aboriginalachievement 
On Tuesday 9th October His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret'd), Governor of New South Wales (@governornsw) and Mrs Linda Hurley hosted a reception at Government House for the Girls Academy. 
His Excellency addressed guests and spoke about the fantastic outcomes evident in NSW as a result of the Girls Academy program.

In 2016 we had one Academy in NSW and now we have thirteen - and our program is making a big difference to the lives of NSW girls and their communities. In the past year Girls Academy students in NSW have attended class at a rate of up to 13.5% higher than the average for Indigenous students in this state. 
CEO and Founder of the Girls Academy, Ricky Grace, highlighted the important role of community in the success of the Girls Academy program.
"Only with a strong community involvement can our program succeed, and we can start to close the unacceptable education and unemployment gap for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls” he said. 
Guests also had the pleasure of hearing from Canobolas Girls Academy student, Sharone Moore who spoke about how the program has helped her and defined what the Girls Academy means to her. 
We thank all of our guests for joining us for this fantastic event. Without your support the Girls Academy program wouldn’t be what it is today. * Photography courtesy of Martyn Taylor

#girlsacademy #education #indigenouseducation #aboriginaleducation #closethegap #closingthegap #community #support #newsouthwales
On Tuesday 9th October His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret'd), Governor of New South Wales (@governornsw) and Mrs Linda Hurley hosted a reception at Government House for the Girls Academy. His Excellency addressed guests and spoke about the fantastic outcomes evident in NSW as a result of the Girls Academy program. In 2016 we had one Academy in NSW and now we have thirteen - and our program is making a big difference to the lives of NSW girls and their communities. In the past year Girls Academy students in NSW have attended class at a rate of up to 13.5% higher than the average for Indigenous students in this state. CEO and Founder of the Girls Academy, Ricky Grace, highlighted the important role of community in the success of the Girls Academy program. "Only with a strong community involvement can our program succeed, and we can start to close the unacceptable education and unemployment gap for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls” he said. Guests also had the pleasure of hearing from Canobolas Girls Academy student, Sharone Moore who spoke about how the program has helped her and defined what the Girls Academy means to her. We thank all of our guests for joining us for this fantastic event. Without your support the Girls Academy program wouldn’t be what it is today. * Photography courtesy of Martyn Taylor #girlsacademy  #education  #indigenouseducation  #aboriginaleducation  #closethegap  #closingthegap  #community  #support  #newsouthwales 
A simple yet effective way to recount the school holidays! Credit to @miss_simplicity7 for the template! •
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Quiz time! Write your answer in the comments below. 
#AboriginalEducation #TeacherResources
Today - October 11th - is the International Day of the Girl.

The day aims to highlight and address the needs and challenges girls face, while promoting girls' empowerment and the fulfillment of their human rights.

The Girls Academy works with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls in 42 schools across Australia encouraging empowerment, independence and resilience. Our comprehensive program encourages personal and academic achievement, health and wellbeing, cultural connection, and planning for the future.

The theme of this year's International Day of the Girl is 'With Her: A Skilled GirlForce'. Today's generation of girls are preparing to enter a world of work that is being transformed by technology. There is high demand for educated and skilled workers, but about a quarter of young people around the world – most of them female – are neither employed or in education or training.

While the United Nations and other organisations around the world work to help more girls get the education, training and career opportunities they need, here in Australia the Girls Academy is dedicated to working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls to help them realise their potential and gain access to the career path of their choice. 
In addition to the Program Managers and Development Officers working with the girls in our Academies, we have dedicated Post-School Options Officers who organise career expos and forums, job-hunting workshops, university tours and speakers, TAFE events, and a range of professional and further education activities to help the girls explore their goals and learn how to get there. 
A survey of our 2017 Year 12 graduates found that 84% are now at university, TAFE or employed. 
#InternationalDayOfTheGirl #DayOfTheGirl #GirlsAcademy #GirlsEducation #Indigenous #IndigenousEducation #Australia #AboriginalEducation #TorresStraitIslander
Today - October 11th - is the International Day of the Girl. The day aims to highlight and address the needs and challenges girls face, while promoting girls' empowerment and the fulfillment of their human rights. The Girls Academy works with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls in 42 schools across Australia encouraging empowerment, independence and resilience. Our comprehensive program encourages personal and academic achievement, health and wellbeing, cultural connection, and planning for the future. The theme of this year's International Day of the Girl is 'With Her: A Skilled GirlForce'. Today's generation of girls are preparing to enter a world of work that is being transformed by technology. There is high demand for educated and skilled workers, but about a quarter of young people around the world – most of them female – are neither employed or in education or training. While the United Nations and other organisations around the world work to help more girls get the education, training and career opportunities they need, here in Australia the Girls Academy is dedicated to working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls to help them realise their potential and gain access to the career path of their choice. In addition to the Program Managers and Development Officers working with the girls in our Academies, we have dedicated Post-School Options Officers who organise career expos and forums, job-hunting workshops, university tours and speakers, TAFE events, and a range of professional and further education activities to help the girls explore their goals and learn how to get there. A survey of our 2017 Year 12 graduates found that 84% are now at university, TAFE or employed. #InternationalDayOfTheGirl  #DayOfTheGirl  #GirlsAcademy  #GirlsEducation  #Indigenous  #IndigenousEducation  #Australia  #AboriginalEducation  #TorresStraitIslander 
The view outside Juniper Ridge this week. Ensuring students take time to learn about the traditional teepee #jaguarnation #aboriginaleducation #mrlaboucan
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Today is World Mental Health Day. At home, at work, with family and friends, or in the wider community, we can all do something to help reduce the shame around mental illness and make way for more people to seek the help and support. If you need someone to have a yarn with, head to your local Aboriginal Medical Service.
Today is World Mental Health Day. At home, at work, with family and friends, or in the wider community, we can all do something to help reduce the shame around mental illness and make way for more people to seek the help and support. If you need someone to have a yarn with, head to your local Aboriginal Medical Service.
This Weeks Principle Two Challenge 
On the weekend I went to a local Aboriginal Arts market and was able to ethically source some of these items. - Bull Kelp Water Vessel made by Nanette Shaw. Black Duck Designs and Art nannetteshaw53@gmail.com - Cute cushion covers from Dyinda Designs designed by Jessica Birk and Frances Belle Parker - An amazing canvas by Kylie McNamara Art - The two larger canvases are by local artist Aunty Kathy Dodd Farrawell. - The echidna is by artist Marlene Rubuntja 
All of these artworks will be visiting centres that I mentor and work with where children can love, cherish and learn from them. ❤️ #aboriginal #aboriginalart #aboriginalartists #aboriginalartists #aboriginalartgallery #aboriginalculture #aboriginalpainting #aboriginalmarket #aboriginaltextiles #aboriginalecc #theaboriginalearlychildhoodconference #theaboriginalearlychildhoodpracticeguide #aboriginaleducation #ethicalart #ethics #respect #artprovocations #teachersofinstagram #teachers #teacherstyle #teacherlife🍎 #educators #educatorsrock #earlychildhoodeducation #earlychildhood #earlychildhoodeducator
This Weeks Principle Two Challenge On the weekend I went to a local Aboriginal Arts market and was able to ethically source some of these items. - Bull Kelp Water Vessel made by Nanette Shaw. Black Duck Designs and Art nannetteshaw53@gmail.com - Cute cushion covers from Dyinda Designs designed by Jessica Birk and Frances Belle Parker - An amazing canvas by Kylie McNamara Art - The two larger canvases are by local artist Aunty Kathy Dodd Farrawell. - The echidna is by artist Marlene Rubuntja All of these artworks will be visiting centres that I mentor and work with where children can love, cherish and learn from them. ❤️ #aboriginal  #aboriginalart  #aboriginalartists  #aboriginalartists  #aboriginalartgallery  #aboriginalculture  #aboriginalpainting  #aboriginalmarket  #aboriginaltextiles  #aboriginalecc  #theaboriginalearlychildhoodconference  #theaboriginalearlychildhoodpracticeguide  #aboriginaleducation  #ethicalart  #ethics  #respect  #artprovocations  #teachersofinstagram  #teachers  #teacherstyle  #teacherlife 🍎 #educators  #educatorsrock  #earlychildhoodeducation  #earlychildhood  #earlychildhoodeducator 
Students and staff from #Urangan Girls Academy went to Sippy Downs University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) campus along with members of our Advisory Committee, Aunty Gina and Aunty Lenore. 
It was an amazing and action-packed visit!
The girls had a tour of the Indigenous Support Centre and a morning tea. Urangan GA Program Manager Paula Chalmers gave a radio interview with Triple M. 
The students visited the “CAVE” - a virtual reality learning space - and an interactive learning area where students got to try all the different VR scenarios on offer.
The girls had lunch at the High-Performance Sports Centre and listened to a nutritionist speaking on the importance of healthy eating and having a healthy body, this was followed by a grand final Oz Tag game. (USC ran the Oz Tag program with Urangan Girls Academy. For eight weeks members of the High Performance centre came up and trained the students with the Queensland Oz Tag trainer.)
The Vice Chancellor of USC Professor Greg Hill and Chancellor Sir Angus Houston met with the students and showed them the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art in their offices. Professor Hill had heard about the Girls Academy program and the visit and asked to meet the students! The girls presented the Vice Chancellor with a message stick and Tania (the organiser of the day) with a painting. 
The girls met with Olympic and Paralympic swimmers and took some great photos.
They were then treated to a presentation of a signed netball from the Sunshine Coast Lightning team and shown the Indigenous Round uniform design. The students and staff had plenty of opportunity to talk to everyone and ask lots of questions.
It was an inspirational and educational tour for the girls. #HerveyBay #Queensland #SunshineCoast #OzTag #Indigenous #Aboriginal #TorresStraitIslander #GirlsEducation #IndigenousEducation #AboriginalEducation #GirlsAcademy
Students and staff from #Urangan  Girls Academy went to Sippy Downs University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) campus along with members of our Advisory Committee, Aunty Gina and Aunty Lenore. It was an amazing and action-packed visit! The girls had a tour of the Indigenous Support Centre and a morning tea. Urangan GA Program Manager Paula Chalmers gave a radio interview with Triple M. The students visited the “CAVE” - a virtual reality learning space - and an interactive learning area where students got to try all the different VR scenarios on offer. The girls had lunch at the High-Performance Sports Centre and listened to a nutritionist speaking on the importance of healthy eating and having a healthy body, this was followed by a grand final Oz Tag game. (USC ran the Oz Tag program with Urangan Girls Academy. For eight weeks members of the High Performance centre came up and trained the students with the Queensland Oz Tag trainer.) The Vice Chancellor of USC Professor Greg Hill and Chancellor Sir Angus Houston met with the students and showed them the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art in their offices. Professor Hill had heard about the Girls Academy program and the visit and asked to meet the students! The girls presented the Vice Chancellor with a message stick and Tania (the organiser of the day) with a painting. The girls met with Olympic and Paralympic swimmers and took some great photos. They were then treated to a presentation of a signed netball from the Sunshine Coast Lightning team and shown the Indigenous Round uniform design. The students and staff had plenty of opportunity to talk to everyone and ask lots of questions. It was an inspirational and educational tour for the girls. #HerveyBay  #Queensland  #SunshineCoast  #OzTag  #Indigenous  #Aboriginal  #TorresStraitIslander  #GirlsEducation  #IndigenousEducation  #AboriginalEducation  #GirlsAcademy 
My new @scholastic_au #bookclub order has arrived with these gorgeous #bigbooks - I LOVE #AuntyJoyMurphy book #WelcomeToCountry #teachersofinstagram #aboriginaleducation #ilovebigbooksandicannotlie
Primary students at our North Tom Price Learning Club created art displays for the school’s NAIDOC celebrations, using recyclables to make dolls of special women in their lives. The afternoon was topped off by hot damper and honey in the sun! #BecauseOfHerWeCan #NAIDOC #AimHigh #aboriginaleducation #followthedream
ABORIGINAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION ❤️🖤💛
Today was my first day back at work post ATP leave. I work as an Aboriginal Liaison  Officer at a high school and I work with 17 Aboriginal children. This is the second PD I have helped organise and ran. I am so passionate about educating others on Aboriginal culture. We were very fortunate to have my Aunty Marie Taylor come in and Welcome us to Country and perform a smoking ceremony to cleanse us. Staff engaged in break out sessions on Aboriginal Spirituality, family dynamics and the shame theory. It was so good working with my brother @aboriginalculturewithmrc today as well. 
Hope you all enjoyed your first day backs! I was missing my ATP class today and thinking of them 💭 💞
ABORIGINAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION ❤️🖤💛 Today was my first day back at work post ATP leave. I work as an Aboriginal Liaison Officer at a high school and I work with 17 Aboriginal children. This is the second PD I have helped organise and ran. I am so passionate about educating others on Aboriginal culture. We were very fortunate to have my Aunty Marie Taylor come in and Welcome us to Country and perform a smoking ceremony to cleanse us. Staff engaged in break out sessions on Aboriginal Spirituality, family dynamics and the shame theory. It was so good working with my brother @aboriginalculturewithmrc today as well. Hope you all enjoyed your first day backs! I was missing my ATP class today and thinking of them 💭 💞
Next week a new $50 note design will be released, providing classrooms with a great opportunity to learn more about the notable Australian featured on the note. Our “David Unaipon” lesson on Wingaru Kids explores Unaipon’s life and his impact on social change in Australia. 
#AboriginalEducation #TeacherResources #Aboriginaleducationresources #DavidUnaipon 
#digitaleducation #aussieteachertribe #australianteachers #teachersofig #learningtogether #learningresource #australianschools
Next week a new $50 note design will be released, providing classrooms with a great opportunity to learn more about the notable Australian featured on the note. Our “David Unaipon” lesson on Wingaru Kids explores Unaipon’s life and his impact on social change in Australia. #AboriginalEducation  #TeacherResources  #Aboriginaleducationresources  #DavidUnaipon  #digitaleducation  #aussieteachertribe  #australianteachers  #teachersofig  #learningtogether  #learningresource  #australianschools 
Using the @twinklaustralia cute weather images for our weather comparison chart for HASS #year1 #twinkl #weather #chicago #mountmagnet #iteach #teachersofinstagram #aussieteachertribe #aussieteacher #outbackteacher #aboriginaleducation
Loving using the @twinklaustralia informal measurement BLM for our maths today - we are also using the @twinklaustralia skeleton in A3 to use as our base when we want to measure “someone” #aboriginaleducation #twinkl #maths #informalmeasurement #iteachtoo #teachersofinstagram #meetbonesmalone
The Girls Academy recently attended the annual Barry Denduck Memorial Day, a community family event which honours a beloved member of the local Hervey Bay & Maryborough communities in Queensland, whose passion was family and football, held at Seagulls Football Oval. 
The Girls Academy was invited to play during the program and made up two teams from Hervey Bay, Maryborough and Bundaberg which played each other in an Oz-Tag game drawing at 4-4. 
The students also helped on the day as volunteers, working on the gate and running activities in our tent for younger children while sharing with the community what the Girls Academy is all about.

Blade Woodman (Urangan Girls Academy) received Player or the Match for Hervey Bay and all the students displayed great sportsmanship and had a great day.

Urangan State High School Hervey Bay, Queensland Maryborough, Queensland Hervey Bay State High School Maryborough State High School Maryborough, Queensland #Maryborough #HerveyBay #Queensland #Education #GirlsAcademy #GirlsEducation #Indigenous #IndigenousEducation #TorresStraitIslander Queensland #AboriginalEducation #Rugby #RugbyLeague
The Girls Academy recently attended the annual Barry Denduck Memorial Day, a community family event which honours a beloved member of the local Hervey Bay & Maryborough communities in Queensland, whose passion was family and football, held at Seagulls Football Oval. The Girls Academy was invited to play during the program and made up two teams from Hervey Bay, Maryborough and Bundaberg which played each other in an Oz-Tag game drawing at 4-4. The students also helped on the day as volunteers, working on the gate and running activities in our tent for younger children while sharing with the community what the Girls Academy is all about. Blade Woodman (Urangan Girls Academy) received Player or the Match for Hervey Bay and all the students displayed great sportsmanship and had a great day. Urangan State High School Hervey Bay, Queensland Maryborough, Queensland Hervey Bay State High School Maryborough State High School Maryborough, Queensland #Maryborough  #HerveyBay  #Queensland  #Education  #GirlsAcademy  #GirlsEducation  #Indigenous  #IndigenousEducation  #TorresStraitIslander  Queensland #AboriginalEducation  #Rugby  #RugbyLeague 
How deadly do these bubs look?! Thanks @katrinaanne_m for the shot!
How deadly do these bubs look?! Thanks @katrinaanne_m for the shot!
Just in case you were wondering what a Saturday night looks like for an education student 😟

#education #educatorintraining #teachercandidate #aboriginaleducation #nothanksgivingforme
David Unaipon contributed to Australian society and broke many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stereotypes along the way.

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Quiz time! Write your answer in the comments below. 
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❤️💛🖤 It's been a great week at the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council Assembly in Perth!

Delegates attending the Assembly from across the Diocese of Wollongong (pictured) have enjoyed a mix of valuable keynote speeches, workshops, presentations and yarning circles, where many issues have been explored and ideas shared.

The week also included a day trip to the Monastic Town of New Norcia; prayer and liturgy that has celebrated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander spiritualities; conversations around Plenary Council 2020; and creative activities and presentations from youth that have been both inspiring and hope-filled.

Thank you to all involved in organising this fantastic  opportunity to celebrate faith, culture and spirituality of of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholics ❤️💛🖤
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#NATSICCAssembly2018 #NATSICCYouth #AboriginalCatholicMinistry #NATSICC #assembly #faith #youth #aboriginalcatholicservices #aboriginalaustralia #aboriginal #torresstraitislander #aboriginalculture #aboriginalcatholics #catholic #catholicchurch #catholicaustralia #reconciliation #hope #catholicchurchaustralia #catholiceducation #aboriginaleducation #gather #celebrate #share #conversations #ideas #gifts #yarn #yarningcircle
❤️💛🖤 It's been a great week at the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council Assembly in Perth! Delegates attending the Assembly from across the Diocese of Wollongong (pictured) have enjoyed a mix of valuable keynote speeches, workshops, presentations and yarning circles, where many issues have been explored and ideas shared. The week also included a day trip to the Monastic Town of New Norcia; prayer and liturgy that has celebrated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander spiritualities; conversations around Plenary Council 2020; and creative activities and presentations from youth that have been both inspiring and hope-filled. Thank you to all involved in organising this fantastic opportunity to celebrate faith, culture and spirituality of of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholics ❤️💛🖤 . . #NATSICCAssembly2018  #NATSICCYouth  #AboriginalCatholicMinistry  #NATSICC  #assembly  #faith  #youth  #aboriginalcatholicservices  #aboriginalaustralia  #aboriginal  #torresstraitislander  #aboriginalculture  #aboriginalcatholics  #catholic  #catholicchurch  #catholicaustralia  #reconciliation  #hope  #catholicchurchaustralia  #catholiceducation  #aboriginaleducation  #gather  #celebrate  #share  #conversations  #ideas  #gifts  #yarn  #yarningcircle 
It was all smiles when Program Officer Frank ran the DC Education Program at Craigslea High last month!
It was all smiles when Program Officer Frank ran the DC Education Program at Craigslea High last month!
Rounding out the week with our Primary Boys Ensemble performing Winangali; composed by Alice Chance with choreography from Jacob Williams and Courtney Scheu.

Watch out for Mirri Mirri on your adventures this weekend 💫
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📸 Credit @nonicarroll 
#morethanachoir #aboriginaleducation #australianculture #artculture #mirrimirri #boysperformance #boyschoir #onstage #frontandcenter #dance #choreography #contemporarydance #contemporaryart #art #bushkids #australianart #proudcountry
Rounding out the week with our Primary Boys Ensemble performing Winangali; composed by Alice Chance with choreography from Jacob Williams and Courtney Scheu. Watch out for Mirri Mirri on your adventures this weekend 💫 . . . 📸 Credit @nonicarroll #morethanachoir  #aboriginaleducation  #australianculture  #artculture  #mirrimirri  #boysperformance  #boyschoir  #onstage  #frontandcenter  #dance  #choreography  #contemporarydance  #contemporaryart  #art  #bushkids  #australianart  #proudcountry 
A deadly morning celebrating the @brisbanebroncos NRL @wrugbyleague premiership, not only do they hold their brand new trophy, they now hold the keys to the city. Go girls!!
A deadly morning celebrating the @brisbanebroncos NRL @wrugbyleague premiership, not only do they hold their brand new trophy, they now hold the keys to the city. Go girls!!
Urangan Girls Academy celebrated their End Of Term Shining Bright Rewards Day. 
Those students who achieved 90% or better school attendance for the Term and demonstrated outstanding behaviour and commitment to their studies went to Hervey Bay cinemas, lunch at the local PCYC, and TIG games.

#Urangan #HerveyBay #Queensland #GirlsAcademy #Education #Indigenous #IndigenousEducation #AboriginalEducation #GirlsEducation
Last weekend I got to attend a drumming social at Purple Woods 💜🌲 My collegues and I met amazing people and honoured everyone affected by residential schools 🧡🧡 We also had the opportunity to talk with a teacher from @durhamschools & grab some awesome resources about Aboriginal education from her to hopefully use one day in my own classroom or during my placements!! 📚✏️🖥
Last weekend I got to attend a drumming social at Purple Woods 💜🌲 My collegues and I met amazing people and honoured everyone affected by residential schools 🧡🧡 We also had the opportunity to talk with a teacher from @durhamschools & grab some awesome resources about Aboriginal education from her to hopefully use one day in my own classroom or during my placements!! 📚✏️🖥
Attention all musswellbrook, today we are aiming to wrap up the weaving project. If you have some free time 9-5 today come on down to the Youthies at the Show group, we will be there with a pot of curry on, hot kettle and a bunch of laugher.  Check out Uncle Larries Cockatoo, he has made 3 for the musswellbrook HS project- champion! #speakingincolour #resurgance #weaving #womeninbusiness #aboriginal #aboriginaleducation
Attention all musswellbrook, today we are aiming to wrap up the weaving project. If you have some free time 9-5 today come on down to the Youthies at the Show group, we will be there with a pot of curry on, hot kettle and a bunch of laugher. Check out Uncle Larries Cockatoo, he has made 3 for the musswellbrook HS project- champion! #speakingincolour  #resurgance  #weaving  #womeninbusiness  #aboriginal  #aboriginaleducation 
October is Women’s Health Month. Breast cancer remains the most common cancer among Australian women and finding it early gives you the best chance of surviving it. This month get a health check at a participating Aboriginal Medical Service and score a pink Women's Health shirt.
October is Women’s Health Month. Breast cancer remains the most common cancer among Australian women and finding it early gives you the best chance of surviving it. This month get a health check at a participating Aboriginal Medical Service and score a pink Women's Health shirt.
Looking for more ways to include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in the class room? Our “Frontier Wars - Coniston” lesson on Wingaru Kids is a great way to do this. .
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Looking for more ways to include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in the class room? Our “Frontier Wars - Coniston” lesson on Wingaru Kids is a great way to do this. . . . . . . #Aboriginaleducation  #wingarueducation  #teacherresources  #digitaleducation  #Aboriginaleducation  #Aboriginalculture  #Aboriginalaustralia  #wingarukids  #downunderteachers  #teachersdownunder  #teachergram  #education  #elearning  #edtech  #teachersaust  #teachersofaustralia  #aussieteachers  #aussieteachertribe  #australianteachers  #teachersofig  #learningthroughplay  #learningtogether  #learningresource  #australianschools  #Coniston 
Got to chew the fat a bit with the PM @scottmorrisonmp this morning about the importance of education and the support Clontarf Foundation offers post high school. Was a pretty mellow brekky and @lightaboriginal tagged along, scamming a training session down on the oval I helped build as a highschool student at Clontarf Academy. Pretty surreal. Will be with the Governor General tomorrow ✌ #fromlittlethingsbigthingsgrow #clontarffoundation #generationalchange #aboriginaleducation
Got to chew the fat a bit with the PM @scottmorrisonmp this morning about the importance of education and the support Clontarf Foundation offers post high school. Was a pretty mellow brekky and @lightaboriginal tagged along, scamming a training session down on the oval I helped build as a highschool student at Clontarf Academy. Pretty surreal. Will be with the Governor General tomorrow ✌ #fromlittlethingsbigthingsgrow  #clontarffoundation  #generationalchange  #aboriginaleducation 
❤️💛🖤 Reconciliation in Action ❤️💛🖤 Members of our fantastic #CEDoW Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Education team are in Perth this week for the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council Assembly 2018.
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Held every 3 years, the Assembly is an opportunity for over 350 Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander and non-indigenous Catholics from across Australia to gather, celebrate and share conversations and ideas leading to Reconciliation. ✝️ The week is an acknowledgement of the gifts that we all can bring to the Catholic Church in Australia.
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#NATSICCAssembly2018 #NATSICCYouth #AboriginalCatholicMinistry #NATSICC #assembly #faith #youth #aboriginalcatholicservices #aboriginalaustralia #aboriginal #torresstraitislander #aboriginalculture #aboriginalcatholics #catholic #catholicchurch #catholicaustralia #reconciliation #reconciliationinaction #catholicchurchaustralia #catholiceducation #aboriginaleducation #gather #celebrate #share #conversations #ideas #gifts #yarn #yarningcircle
❤️💛🖤 Reconciliation in Action ❤️💛🖤 Members of our fantastic #CEDoW  Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Education team are in Perth this week for the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council Assembly 2018. . Held every 3 years, the Assembly is an opportunity for over 350 Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander and non-indigenous Catholics from across Australia to gather, celebrate and share conversations and ideas leading to Reconciliation. ✝️ The week is an acknowledgement of the gifts that we all can bring to the Catholic Church in Australia. . . #NATSICCAssembly2018  #NATSICCYouth  #AboriginalCatholicMinistry  #NATSICC  #assembly  #faith  #youth  #aboriginalcatholicservices  #aboriginalaustralia  #aboriginal  #torresstraitislander  #aboriginalculture  #aboriginalcatholics  #catholic  #catholicchurch  #catholicaustralia  #reconciliation  #reconciliationinaction  #catholicchurchaustralia  #catholiceducation  #aboriginaleducation  #gather  #celebrate  #share  #conversations  #ideas  #gifts  #yarn  #yarningcircle 
How deadly was the 2018 NRL season? Which team did you support in the grand final?
How deadly was the 2018 NRL season? Which team did you support in the grand final?
Look at our amazing hand died raffia and nature loose parts weaving creations. Our educators have been learning traditional noongar weaving techniques from amazing artist and teacher Lea Taylor. Creations from our workshops have inspired these amazing pieces made on country today by our vacation care children. #alexanderheightsearlylearningcentre #alexanderheightschildcare #aboriginalperspectives #aboriginalart #aboriginaleducation #reconcilliation #earlylearning #earlychildhoodeducation #earlyyearslearning #perthdads #perthchildcare #perthmums #perthartist
Look at our amazing hand died raffia and nature loose parts weaving creations. Our educators have been learning traditional noongar weaving techniques from amazing artist and teacher Lea Taylor. Creations from our workshops have inspired these amazing pieces made on country today by our vacation care children. #alexanderheightsearlylearningcentre  #alexanderheightschildcare  #aboriginalperspectives  #aboriginalart  #aboriginaleducation  #reconcilliation  #earlylearning  #earlychildhoodeducation  #earlyyearslearning  #perthdads  #perthchildcare  #perthmums  #perthartist 
Living Sharing Maintaining Aboriginal Culture!  www.yarnstrongsista.com  Check out our beautiful Aboriginal Educational Resources! #aboriginaleducation #aboriginaleducationresources #earlychildhoodeducation #earlyyears #antibias #aboriginalpedagogy #yarnstrongsista
Whotta day! Really enjoyed the buzz yesterday at the ESRE Market. How lovely for the Aunties to work with their young strong Koorie Men! Well done Kye & Iluka #esremarket #aboriginaleducation  #earlychildhoodeducation #earlyyears #aboriginaleducationresources #aboriginalpedagogy #aboriginalknowledges #firstnationswomeninbusiness #priscillareidindigenouseducationconsultancy #yarnstrongsista
Quiz time! Write your answer in the comments below. 
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