The Quality Teaching Indigenous Project in New South Wales is enhancing Aboriginal students’ learning in literacy, numeracy and ICT, providing more inclusive environments, and assisting teachers’ professional development at 21 schools around the State. The project helps to make local Aboriginal cultural knowledge relevant to non-Indigenous as well as Indigenous students, and aims to raise all students’ understanding of, and engagement with, local Aboriginal cultural knowledge. The article describes case studies recently completed at five of the schools.
Subject HeadingsSchool and community
New South Wales (NSW)