Log In


Your membership number
(this must be six digits long and may include zeros, e.g. 001234)

Initially set as your family name in lower-case but you may change it after you have logged in by clicking Your Details

Please enter a username and a password
Back

Checking membership credentials

Logging in

Login Failed
Back
Home > Events > Training > BEnet Implementing Knowledge of Intergenerational Trauma into the Classroom: Part 2 - ONLINE

BEnet Implementing Knowledge of Intergenerational Trauma into the Classroom: Part 2 - ONLINE



Tuesday 11 August 2020 (4:30 pm - 5:30 pm)

Online Meeting

Contact: Michaela Brittain - E: mbrittain@qieu.asn.au  P: 07 3839 7020

RSVP: Click here to RSVP


Agenda

Looking for advice on incorporating Aboriginal culture and resources in the classroom? This session is Part 2  and will empower teachers to normalise Aboriginal culture in the classroom by using knowledge learnt from Part 1 and resources that are adaptable and readily available. Session attendees will have the confidence and resources to craft fun, creative and meaningful lessons that normalise Aboriginal culture.

Donna Hensen is a Wiradjuri/Wailwan woman from NSW and one of the Stolen Generation. Donna has worked tirelessly with disadvantaged and vulnerable Aboriginal communities in NSW and QLD to provide support and empowerment for many years. Donna’s own business is now focused on educating adults and children with the objective of normalising Aboriginal Culture for everyone.

There are limited places available in this session so please RSVP as soon as possible to secure your place.

Authorised by Terry Burke, Independent Education Union of Australia – Queensland & Northern Territory Branch, Brisbane.