This fellowship stimulates Indigenous research students and their supervisors to consider how new media forms of dissemination, such as image/sound, film, exhibition and digital media, may form culturally appropriate alternatives or adjuncts to the linear, written thesis form. The website explores concepts associated with alternative dissemination and provides resources, exemplars and more ideas.
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New Media Resources for Indigenous Researcher Training
Creating cultural empathy and challenging attitudes through Indigenous narratives
The project collected stories from Indigenous people about their experiences with health care services to enhance relationships and the development of lasting empathy. A national library of multi-media narratives of Indigenous experiences was establised on the project website and is a powerful resource catering for different learning and teaching styles and addresses curriculum outcomes for a number of health disciplines.
Relationships are key: building intercultural capabilities for Indigenous postgraduate coursework students and their teachers
Developing primary teacher education students' professional capacities for children's diverse mathematics achievement and learning needs
The aim of this project was to enhance primary teacher education students' capacities as mathematics teachers, catering for children’s diverse achievement and learning needs. there is a focus teaching Indigenous children and children in regional, rural and remote locations. A series of authentic learning and assessment tasks undertaken by the students are provided on a CD.
Developing and teaching indigenous perspectives in management
The transition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students into higher education
Curriculum specification and support systems for engineering education that address revised qualification standards
Recommendations are made on reducing attrition in areas of admissions processes, curriculum change, bridging pathways, peer-mentoring, and active learning. Other project themes included the development of workshops to support engineering academics, the revision of Engineers Australia‘s competency standards for the three accredited engineering qualifications, and a review of pathways and access to engineering qualifications. Five leaflets address key issues from the report.