CHILDREN, KNOWLEDGE AND COUNTRY: EVALUATING AND DEVELOPING MUSIC-BASED STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING IN REMOTE ABORIGINAL COMMUNITIES IN WA
Grant number: LP120200721 | Funding period: 2013 - 2018
This project examines music-based teaching and learning employed by Aboriginal stakeholders in their efforts to sustain endangered cultural practices in remote communities in the Kimberley. Community and University-based researchers and teacher/practitioners will develop strategies to improve cultural teaching and learning in a variety of contexts.
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J is for Junba: A bilingual alphabet book in Ngarinyin language and English
Sally Treloyn, Rona Goonginda Charles, Pansy Ngalgarr NULGIT, Francis Nunburrngu Divilli
J is for Junba was developed by Rona Goonginda Charles and Sally Treloyn as a resource tosupport teaching and learning through Jun..
Children, knowledge, Country: child and youth-based approaches to revitalising musical traditions in the Kimberley
Andrea Emberly, Sally Treloyn, Rona Googninda Charles
Children and young people are often positioned as future beneficiaries of efforts to revitalise language, song and culture. While ..