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Indigenous Languages Programmes in Australian Schools - A Way Forward
Indigenous Education
  • Nola Purdie, ACER
  • Tracey Frigo, ACER
  • Clare Ozolins, ACER
  • Geoff Noblett
  • Nick Thieberger
  • Janet Sharp
Publication Date
12-1-2008
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ISBN 978-0-86431-842-8

Abstract

Currently, over 16,000 Indigenous students and 13,000 non-Indigenous students located in 260 Australian schools are involved in an Indigenous language program. More than 80 different Indigenous languages are taught. This project sought to present practice which would strengthen the quality of Indigenous language programs in schools. The report consists of a literature review, a mapping exercise to document current practices relating to Indigenous languages in Australian schools, an analysis of existing models of teacher preparation, and six case studies of good practice examples.

Citation Information
Nola Purdie, Tracey Frigo, Clare Ozolins, Geoff Noblett, et al.. "Indigenous Languages Programmes in Australian Schools - A Way Forward" (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/clare_ozolins/1/