Indigenous Boarding Webinar
Anthony Begg is a proud descendant of the Bidjara Nation and a passionate ambassador for Indigenous Education and cultural inclusion in schools. Anthony is the Head of Indigenous Education at Kinross Wolaroi School (KWS) and a Director on the Board of Indigenous Education & Boarding Australia (IEBA). Anthony has led the Indigenous Education Program at KWS for nine years and in 2018, KWS was the inaugural winner of the Excellence in Indigenous Boarding Award co-sponsored by IEBA and ABSA. He has developed NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) registered professional learning courses that aim to develop staff cultural knowledge. Anthony also leads cultural immersion trips to the Northern Territory for both staff and students. The tour goal is to ‘widen our staff and students’ frame of reference, simultaneously educate and inspire our school’s leaders of tomorrow through two-way learning.’
What is a Cultural Lens?
Viewing our Boarding Schools from an Indigenous Perspective.
We all view the world in different ways through our values, beliefs and life experiences.
How do people view our boarding and school community?
Is our perspective different to our families and does our lens need adjusting?
What are some practical ways to adjust the field of view in our school community?
- Increasing connection to the boarding school environment and creating a sense of belonging
- Engaging all students in Indigenous Culture
- Engaging families in the boarding school experience
- The importance of staff development
Please note the below pricing you will be charged after registering for this webinar:
Individual: $11 per person (inclusive of GST)
School: $33 (inclusive of GST)
Non-member rate: $55 per person
The school fee allows you to have unlimited staff from your school register.
Date: Monday 18 May 2020 (1:30pm AEST)