Land, learning and identity: toward a deeper understanding of Indigenous learning on country
As Indigenous land and sea Ranger programs blossomed across Australia in recent years, it became obvious to both educators and Rangers that links between Ranger groups and schools might provide a new way to re-engage young people with education. The phrase Learning on Country has recently emerged in the Northern Territory to describe a program that takes students out of the classroom and onto ‘country’ and involves Rangers, teachers and community members in a collaborative approach to...[Show more]
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