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OPTION I

1hr Formal Lectures Tutorial

1hr Presentation + 1/2 hr Information Sharing

10-12  participants per workshop over 10 weeks

 

OPTION II

2 day intensive + Follow up 4 weeks later for presentation of assignments/tutorial discussion.

 

OPTION III

You can negotiate a package to suit your organisation needs ranging from half day workshops, one day workshops or continous workshops over a period of time.

 

ASSESSMENT

Weekly journal keeping to record what has been understood in lectures. In the same journal a plan of how you would Aboriginalise your workplace or home and how this will be implemented.

 

One 2500 word (max) assignment or 15 minute  oral presentation. You can choose a  topic outlined in your BlackCard Course Handbook.

 

This BlackCard course is based on tertiary level subjects Aboriginal Perspectives, Aboriginal Approaches to Knowledge and Aboriginal Politics. The course is developed by Lilla Watson and Mary Graham, two Aboriginal women who have been involved in Aboriginal affairs over a long period of time.

The underlying theme of the course is based on Aboriginal Terms of Reference. Of equal importance is the theme of Colonialism, which is crucial to understanding the position of Aboriginal people as well as non-Aboriginal people in society today.

 

The BlackCard Course and Modules would also suit individuals who wish to further their knowledge of Aboriginal Australians.

 

 

 

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