Category: Walanga Muru
Indigenous learning and teaching: Building innovative scholarship and excellence
Showcasing a diversity of ideas and approaches to embedding Indigenous content across units and courses
Inclusivity and the significance of Indigenous Knowledges for students
Dr Michael Donovan highlights the unique value that Indigenous Knowledges can contribute to the curriculum.
Indigenous learning and teaching grants now available!
Apply today to build on the good practice related to embedding Indigenous knowledge and perspectives in the curriculum.
Resources for embedding Indigenous perspectives in your unit
Find and share Indigenous resources in this Connected Literacies community iLearn unit
Walking Darug Country app: Explore MQ’s Aboriginal cultural landmarks
The ‘Walking on Darug Country’ app is a guide to the cultural landmarks and areas of cultural significance to Aboriginal peoples that are scattered throughout Macquarie University.
Making Connections Through Academic Mentoring
Macquarie academics support students from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds to navigate university and feel more connected at university.
We never forget good teachers!
When you spend 30 minutes with Dr Liz Schroeder, it’s easy to see why students nominated her for a 2018 VC teaching award for ’significant contribution to the quality of student learning‘.
Aboriginal Cultural Safety Training – A Learning & Teaching Exchange
Walanga Muru’s Aboriginal Cultural Safety Training was launched last week, as part of NAIDOC Week Celebrations, at a enthusiastically-attended Learning and Teaching Exchange event. We heard from several members of the community about what cultural safety means to them.
Connecting Literacies Portal Launched
Connecting Literacies, a central online repository where you can both share and find quality teaching and learning support resources, has just launched as a community unit in iLearn.