The Aboriginal Education K-12 Resource Guide, Volume 2
This Australian document provides guidelines for selecting and using aboriginal resources in K-12 classrooms, as wells as reviews of many potential resources. The guidelines in particular may be of interest to educators in the United States, and teachers may find the reviewed resources useful. While specific to native Australians, the content of the resource reviews contain familiar native peoples themes, such as the forced relocation of young children away from their parents. Unlike the guidelines from British Columbia, Canada, these guidelines do not mandate only “authentic native voices”; instead they focus on inclusion, balance, the diversity of aboriginal Australian cultures, and shared history. This document is large, approximately 8 MB and 180 pages.