This high level session is designed to immerse into the oldest living culture in world history. Mundanara introduces key features and concepts that have been in practice for millenia. This
This high level session is designed to immerse into the oldest living culture in world history. Mundanara introduces key features and concepts that have been in practice for millenia. This knowledge is based on Aboriginal Terms of Reference (ATR) with the accumulated knowledge that has developed and evolved from and in this land now known as Australia.
Mundanara is guided by Aboriginal Approaches to Teaching and Learning which incorporate various personal experiences and humanising practices including Emotional Intelligence and Relational.
Mundanara gives a brief introduction of Colonialism, a process that uses tools like myth making. An example of the myth making pattern is the way that Colonialism is frequently referred to as something that has ended or ‘belongs in the past’.
An example of ongoing Colonialism is the governments refusal to grant Aboriginal people Land Rights, Reparations and the continuing policies that try to control Indigenous lives.
This session gives the foundational insights to lead into Aboriginal Philosophy, Logic and Governance.
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ADDITIONAL BLACKCARD LEARNING: SUBSCRIBE TO BLACK MAGIC WOMAN PODCASTS
(Tuesday) 10:00 am - 11:30 am AEST
“We must ensure our History stretches as far in front of us as it does behind us.” BLACKCARD ELDERS
Participants will receive 14 days complimentary access to the BlackCard's Learning Portal.
The portal provides access to the workshop preparation and homework materials including:
- Pre-workshop handbook
- Activities, resources and videos ie. Dr Lilla Watson’s paper “Recognition of Indigenous Terms of Reference”.
- Guided homework and group activity tasks
BlackCard programs are based on a three semester university course by Dr Lilla Watson and Dr Mary Graham Aboriginal Elders and Educators and long- time course developers and lecturers for the University of Queensland.