VIC - What's happening in your state?
Action Area Events 2013
Aboriginal Education in your school- How are you travelling?
Victoria Drouin Primary School- 19th February
Victoria Mildura Golf Club- 21st February
Shepparton July 30
Ballarat July 31
Warnambool August 1st
Melbourne August 8th
For Shepparton, Ballarat, Warnambool and Melbourne: Using the research data
collected by Dare to Lead over the last 7 years ACER and Dare to Lead have
looked at what Quality Schools look like for Aboriginal Students, Parent and
Staff. This workshop will look at many aspects of the National Aboriginal Education
Action Plan from the point of view of the Aboriginal voice. Personalised
Learning, Qualities of Teachers, Engagement of Community and the importance of
Aboriginal staff will be investigated thoroughly. This is an interactive
workshop that will focus school teams on their own data and experiences.
Your State Coordinators are:
Please contact Peter O'Beirne on 0431 772 569, email@example.com or Brian Giles-Browne on 0432 915 552, firstname.lastname@example.org
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There are currently 861 Coalition Members in VIC. To view the current list of members please click here
2012 What's happening this year?
Dare to Lead Leadership Development Program Victoria
Schools are invited to have Principals, Executive staff and key teachers/staff participate in Dare to Lead's workshop based program - Developing Quality Leaders for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education program. All KECs and KESOs are also invited to participate.
The Victorian DEECD has worked closely with Dare to Lead over the past 3 years and this program follows the work completed in Collegial School Snapshots and Individual School situational analysis undertaken by many Wannik schools. The Wannik Unit has covered the registration, venue and catering costs for the program for all participants. Wannik is considering covering teacher release for Wannik Focus schools.
This workshop is being on various dates during the next few months. To download the flyer and registration form please click here.
New State Based Resources
Koorie Heritage Trust
Tours, Exhibitions, Open Days, Cultural History, Knowledge, Collections, Education Support, Information
Yalca - Education Partnership in the new Millenium
Victorian education policy and partnership document
Murrindindi is a member of the Wurundjeri and a direct descendent of Be-be-jern, Nurungaeta (King) of the Wurundjeri, who signed the 1835 treaty with John Batman. He is an extraordinary skilled communicator who works with a large variety of people and community groups.
Telephone: 03 9783 5813
Wannik, is the Victorian Government's Education Strategy for Koorie Students in Victoria and represents a new era of collaboration in Victoria, where the system will reposition the education of Koorie students within all of our schools through - strong leadership that creates a culture of high expectations and individualised learning for Koorie students. The overarching principle of the strategy is about delivering the best possible education to Victoria's Koorie students. Wannik, from the Gunai/Kurnai language, means Learning Together - Journey to Our Future.
The Wannik Branch provides some financial assistance for Dare to Lead activity in Victoria. The Dare to Lead state coordinators liaise closely with the Wannik Branch and Regional Koori workforce as they provide collegiate support to principals implementing Wannik strategies.
For further information please visit the Wannik website - http://www.education.vic.gov.au/wannik.
Association of School Councils in Victoria (ASCIV)
Supporting School Councils for more than 92 years. Industrial advice, Professional Development, Team Building, Annual Conference, Support services, Dare to Lead Advocate, Moorditj Training, School Council Elections Service.
www.asciv.org.au Telephone: 03 9808 2499
More Victorian Resources
Aboriginal Education policies, programs and consultative groups in Australian school sectors
We have gathered together a list of websites relating to Indigenous education for the three schooling sectors across Australia. They are organised under the following headings: home page, policy document and consultative group for each of the State, Catholic and Independent sectors. Where possible links have been included to relevant projects or strategies. Click here for the information about Victoria
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives and Issues in the Curriculum.
Aboriginal Perspectives Across the Curriculum (APAC), visit the website here.
State Based Action Newsletters
School Action in VIC
Trinity College Indigenous Programs
Mildura Initiative Boosting Retention
Scholarship Students and Curriculum Perspectives at Geelong Grammar
Dare to Lead Reconciliation Action Area Day
Heywood Consolidated School
Excellence in action at Mooroopna Park
Mural at Yea High School
Cockatoo Primary School (Victoria) and Ramingining CEC (NT)
Sharing from one side of the continent to the other: Maningrida NT and the Knox Network, Victoria
Manega Annexe, Gowrie St Primary School, Shepparton
Horsham Secondary College
Excellence Awards Recipients from VIC
Victorian P-12 College of Koorie Education, Mildura Campus
St Peter's Catholic Primary School
Trinity Grammar School
Bendigo Senior Secondary College
Leadership In Indigenous Education Awards '04
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