Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives (REPEAT)
October 28, 2020 - October 28, 2020
Como Bowling & Recreation Club 99 Hensman Street South Perth, WA 6151
The Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives Professional Learning session provides the opportunity for educators to understand the importance of Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives, supported by research and a range of examples of quality, responsive and appropriate resources and experiences.
Please join Mikayla and Kobi as they share their knowledge and ideas. These ideas will assist teachers and educators working with children across the early years regardless of setting. This high quality professional learning opportunity is supported by Early Childhood Australia and our ongoing commitment to Reconciliation.
Mikayla King is a Kalkadoon/Dutch woman, Early Childhood Teacher, Private Aboriginal Education Consultant and Masters of Aboriginal Studies student who has worked in education for the past 8 years and has been recognised by Midland NAIDOC community and Early Childhood Australia for her work in this field by being awarded multiple awards in 2019.
Kobi is a 26 year old Bibbulmun Noongar who was born and raised in Perth. While working at the UWA Centre of Social Impact and Propel Youth Arts WA, Kobi spends his spare time playing music, being involved in various music projects such as Moombaki, Koondarm, Koorlong, Madjitil Moorna and Endeavourous, these are projects that earned him the 2018 Perth NAIDOC Youth of the Year award.
*This is a catered event with all dietary requirements taken into consideration
For more information or to register, see here.