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Tips For Teachers

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Course Description

Many teachers and others have asked for tips on communicating better in the classroom with their Yolngu students and other Yolngu people.

In this short course, we have pulled together eight tips from our 100+ Cultural Awareness Q&A series, plus we have produced two extra that are not in the Q&A series and put them into a convenient bundle of ten tips for easy access.

When teachers hear some of these tips, they say,

           “Why aren’t we taught this sort of information before being sent to work in such a complicated cross-cultural environment?”

These tips cover a wide range of subjects and will be helpful for anybody working with Yolngu or other First Nations people who still live a traditional lifestyle. 

There is also some very interesting original Australian (Aboriginal) cultural information that you will find hard to come by.

These tips are delivered by Richard Trudgen and will take about 30 – 40 minutes to work through.

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Samuel Telford
Posted 9 months ago
Language (spoken and body)

Great course, lots to take in

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Douglas & Susan Couper
Posted 11 months ago
all of it

It held lots of information I did not know about. It was practical and clearly explained. The information was provided in a supportive manner.

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Venessa Possum
Posted 12 months ago
sign language and avoidance

i liked everything in this series

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Kellie Streeter
Posted 1 year ago
5 star

it was good

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Anne McKinstray
Posted 1 year ago
Great tips

All very useful

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Peter McConchie
Posted 1 year ago
All the Tips demonstrate a deeper responsibility that is needed to be with First Nations People and in this case Yolngu.

I am not a Teacher however this course was extremely important to me to fill in the gaps that I would otherwise have not known. Without this knowledge I would be embarrassing myself without even knowing and in many cases showing disrespect again without knowing. Ultimately a lost opportunity to build meaningful relationships with the First People of North East Arnhem Land and beyond.

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Chrissie Sherley
Posted 1 year ago
Never knew about prefixes and suffixes

Very informative

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