5 edition of Aboriginal students in Victoria found in the catalog.
Aboriginal students in Victoria
Marion M. De Lemos
Bibliography: p. 193-195.
|Statement||Marion M. de Lemos.|
|Series||ACER research monograph ; no. 3, ACER research monograph ;, no. 3.|
|LC Classifications||LC3501.A3 D44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 195 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||80473858|
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"Learn from real voices and experiences. This book helps pre-service teachers prepare themselves for teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in urban, remote and rural primary and secondary schools. It also guides teachers to confidently include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in their programming. The overall aim of this text is to ‘keep things local. From the Collection of Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages 33 Saxon Street Brunswick Victoria. Description This book consists of a series of feasibility plans for language retrieval for Daungwurrung, Woiwurring, Yorta Yorta, Way Wurru, Dhudhuroa, .
Staff recommend Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander voices 4 Sep Our staff share their favourite books by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander authors, including prize-winning fiction, biography, essays, non-fiction, memoir and books for kids of all ages, from babies through to teens. Aboriginal Victorians, the Aboriginal Australians of Victoria, Australia, occupied the land for tens of thousands of years prior to European settlement. Aboriginal people have lived a semi-nomadic existence of fishing, hunting and gathering, and farming eels in Victoria for at le years.
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‘Universities will seek to grow the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students enrolled in university by 50 per cent above the growth rate of non-Indigenous students and also sets a target of equal success and completion rates for Indigenous students to non-Indigenous students in the same fields of study over the next decade’.
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ABSTUDY is designed to help with costs relating to education, accommodation, living, travel fares and prescription medicine.It will further prepare Indigenous students enrolled in professional programs at the University of Victoria who are planning to serve in Indigenous communities.
Students in the program are required to take the introductory course (IS ) and the unit capstone course (IS ) plus units of approved and level courses.
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