Knowledge on the land: Two-ways learning through Yolŋu mathematics (16 mins 2017)
Deep Learning. Teaching mathematics from an Aboriginal Perspective (58 mins, 2020)
ACEMS - ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical & Statistical Frontiers
Podcast: Wellbeing as we know it now has been constructed from a Western perspective, so what does the oldest continuing culture in the world have to say about methods of wellbeing? On Noongar Wellbeing, Ballardong Whadjuk Noongyar woman Brooke Collard yarns with six Elders, exploring their ideas on creating the tools to care for yourself and your community.
ICTV enables the sharing of cultural stories, song and dance, language and essential information through two accessible platforms—our television service and our on-demand internet-based service—and by producing and supporting the production of video content in remote communities. Our content is created for, and by, Indigenous Australians living in remote communities.
Short videos select from: Our way, Our culture, Young way, Our tucker, Our music, Our sport, Spiritual way, Live TV and playlists.
"The First Nations cultures of Australia – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders – speak over 250 distinct languages and stretch back for over 65,000 years. This makes the First Australians the oldest astronomers and the oldest continuing cultures in the world. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people developed a number of practical ways to observe the Sun, Moon and stars to inform navigation, calendars, and predict weather."
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Curricula Project is a University of Melbourne initiative which aims to empower all teachers to integrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures in their teaching using these curriculum resources that incorporate Indigenous knowledge. It contains resources for Years 3 – 10 across seven learning areas of the Australian Curriculum (English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, The Arts, Technologies and Health and Physical Education).
The Narragunnawali online platform is free to access and provides practical ways to introduce meaningful reconciliation initiatives in the classroom, around the school and with the community. Through the Narragunnawali platform, schools and early learning services can develop a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), and teachers and educators can access professional learning and curriculum resources to support the implementation of reconciliation initiatives.
AIATSIS Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies.
The AIATSIS Collection contains more than one million items, including books, audio, photographic, manuscript, moving image and art and object material, related to Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories.
Aboriginal Change Makers is a teaching resource for Victorian schools that presents amazing stories of political and social activity, self-determination and empowerment. Also has information and links to videos about life on the missions.