indigenous voice and culture
This topic highlights Indigenous students’ connection to Country, social and emotional wellbeing, cultural identity, and the cultural responsiveness of boarding schools.
- Boarding Facility Design
- Boarding School-Community Partnerships
- Closing the Gap
- Cultural Competence
- Cultural Identity
- Family Community Engagement
- First 100 Days
- Health & Well-Being
- Home Sickness
- Indigenous Staffing
- Preparing parents for boarding
- Preparing students for boarding
- Remote Education
- Self determination
- Social Emotional Well-Being
- Student Supervision Resources
- Student Travel
- Student Voice
- Tertiary Education
- Transitions into school
- Uluru Statement from the Heart
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s strong connection to family, land, language, and culture is often intrinsic to their health and wellbeing. Acknowledging and supporting the cultural identity of Indigenous boarding students can make a huge difference to their boarding journey.
Indigenous Voice and Culture topics may include Indigenous students’ connection to Country, social and emotional wellbeing, cultural identity, and the cultural responsiveness of boarding schools.
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