A quarterly zine for teachers implementing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives and knowledges in their classrooms. Edition 1 - 2011
It’s the little things, that make a difference It’s the little things, that make a change Bit by bit Mile by mile One by one Name by name....
These words by the Tiddas, reflect the ethos of The Critical Classroom. We believe that it’s one step at a time that we make change for the better. The Critical Classroom is created by independent Indigenous educators who seek to support classroom teachers wishing to implement, explore and embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives and knowledges into their classroom. An initiative of Blacklines Publications, we have developed a range of resources - some for free and some for sale; some on paper and some electronic. We hope you enjoy our first printed zine and hope you come and visit us online where you will find more resources covering a range of key learning areas. Our next edition will provide a range of ideas for NAIDOC week and Blak History Month. If you have a question you would like answered, let us know and we’ll try to help out. There’s a good chance your question will resonate with other teachers. Cheers, Leesa
The Critical Classroom
By Blacklines Publications
Inside this edition Page 2... Resource Review
Page 3... Free Teacher Resource...
Page 4... Our publications...
Edition 1. 2011