Worked as AEA, gained Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) with Honours. Working with AECG from State Executive to Local AECG. Lecture Wollotuka School of Aboriginal Studies at the University of Newcastle.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
To Watch, Hear and Re-Learn: Electronic Revitalisation Tools for the Gumbaynggir Aboriginal Language

A project which was designed to support members who do not live in their traditional Aboriginal country and enable them to learn their Aboriginal language from available language speakers. This is done through the use of textual but more importantly verbal and visual cues into a multimedia format and onto a CD-rom so the language learners can see and hear the Gumbaynggir language being spoken to support their learning of their language. These tools should also re-vitalise other Aboriginal languages whose language speakers are extremely limited or now only surviving in a taped archival context. So archival language text can again become a living entity. It will also present how Community should maintain ownership of such knowledge and resources.

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Outcamps: Education Centres to Suit the Needs of Indigenous Communities

Examines the use of specifically designed on-line teaching and learning centres that would benefit the educational disadvantage many Indigenous communities suffer.

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Do Aboriginal Knowledge and Western Education Mix? To Get Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge in Schools to Make all the Kids Smile

Partnerships with Aboriginal Communities can support many aspects of the educational process for Aboriginal students. These partnerships can support the acknowledgment of Aboriginal cultural knowledge and inform all School students

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Aboriginal Landscapes and their Place in the Classroom

Presenting the place that Aboriginal cultural knowledge can have in science classrooms in engaging Aboriginal students and informing all students about their local landscapes from an Aboriginal viewpoint

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