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TA012A--liaise between the education program and Aboriginal parents and community

TA012A--liaise between the education program and Aboriginal parents and community

Certificate IV in Teacher Assistant--Indigenous : learner"s guide

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Published by WestOne Services in West Perth, WA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aboriginal Australians -- Education -- Western Australia,
  • Teachers" assistants -- Training of -- Western Australia

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLiaise between the education program and Aboriginal parents and community
    Statement[developed by the Curriculum Support Services Network ; content expertise by Belinda Bartlett].
    ContributionsBartlett, Belinda., WestOne Services., Curriculum Support Services Network (W.A.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB2844.1.A8 T3 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p. ;
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23209681M
    ISBN 109780730797159
    LC Control Number2009396088
    OCLC/WorldCa318585814

    established links with early childhood education providers in the community in which the program is proposed; Application Process. Applications are open in SmartyGrants between 11 April – 11 May The application will require: a detailed program description, including how the program aligns with the Aboriginal Families as Teachers. School Learning Support Program – Positively Engaging Parents, November Page 2 Foreword. The New South Wales Department of Education and Training supports the meaningful participation of parents or caregivers in the education of their child. Parents.

    The new Aboriginal education strategy (the strategy) has been developed through co-design with a panel of Aboriginal education experts in teaching, learning and curriculum, and through extensive consultation with community, students, government and non-government stakeholders. • Create a warm and welcoming environment with parent-friendly spaces that encourage interaction between the school and parents, and between all parents • Actively create a range of opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families to share their stories, cultural perspectives, food and customs. Tip 3: Reach out and get involved.

      ECA Recommends. The Aboriginal early childhood practice guide Edited by Jessica Staines and Red Ruby Scarlet. A must-have book for services, educators and teachers, The Aboriginal early childhood practice guide will help non-Aboriginal early childhood educators and teachers embed Aboriginal perspectives into their everyday can . The families also wanted more affordable, high-quality early childhood education and after-school programs. Some parents said they needed adult literacy and General Educational Development (GED) instruction so that they could better teach and mentor their own children. (Prior to initiation of the program, about 50 percent of the families did.


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