Teachers' Professional Learning
Winhanga-rra (hear, think, listen) is a professional learning program for teachers in primary and secondary schools that explores processes and practices for engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Culture in an educational context. The workshop consists of lecture presentations, discussions, and practical tasks related to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures. The workshop is conducted in a way that brings each teacher’s experience, ideas and interests into the creative space.
02 9251 5333
2019 WORKSHOPS - NOW FULLY BOOKED
The cost of the workshop is $220 + GST, including morning tea and lunch.
ADELAIDE COLLEGE OF THE ARTS
Friday 20 September, 9am - 4.30pm | Primary and lower secondary
|Learning across the curriculum priority||Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures;|
|General capabilities||Intercultural Understanding, Critical and creative thinking, Literacy, Personal and social capabilities;|
|Learning Areas||Arts (Dance, Music, Visual Arts), Humanities and Social Sciences, Health & Physical Education, English, Languages.|