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Reconciliation In Education: New South Wales

June 23, 2020 at 05:30:00 PM · Sydney
About This Webinar

This webinar will introduce you to Uncle Jimmy Smith, and the work of Reconciliation NSW and the Schools Reconciliation Challenge. You will also learn about Narragunnawali professional learning and curriculum resources, as well as the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), development process, to support a whole-school or service commitment to reconciliation.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Reconciliation Australia
Reconciliation in Education
Webinar hosting presenter Thea Butler
Thea Butler
Thea Butler has been working with Reconciliation NSW for the past 2 years and has a background in communications, online media, project & event management. Thea has a Masters in Education; Social Ecology and is particularly interested in stories of place and belonging, identity and facilitating strong reciprocal relationships.
Webinar hosting presenter
Uncle Jimmy Smith is an Aboriginal educator and cultural practitioner. Jimmy comes from Erambie mission outside the town of Cowra (Wiradjuri Country), New South Wales. He holds a Bachelor of Adult Education and a Masters in Education (Aboriginal Studies) and has extensive experience in teaching Aboriginal art, culture and heritage in Australia and abroad.
In his role as a cultural practitioner, Jimmy scope and breadth ranges from early childhood, primary, high school to university, TAFE and community groups. He has worked with the Australian Museum, EORA TAFE Redfern, Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council, the AECG and other agencies that employ him as a cultural educator.
Webinar hosting presenter Tristan Tipps-Webster
Executive Director, Reconciliation NSW
Hosted By
Narragunnawali webinar platform hosts Reconciliation In Education: New South Wales
Narragunnawali supports all schools and early learning services to develop environments that foster a higher level of knowledge and pride in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures