Lessons from a face-to-face meeting on embedding aboriginal and Torres Strait islander perspectives: 'a contract of intimacy'
Lampert, Jo, Burnett, Bruce, Martin, Rebecca and McCrea, Lisa. (2014) Lessons from a face-to-face meeting on embedding aboriginal and Torres Strait islander perspectives: 'a contract of intimacy'. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood. 39(1), pp. 82 - 88.
|Authors||Lampert, Jo, Burnett, Bruce, Martin, Rebecca and McCrea, Lisa|
Abstract: This paper presents the findings from a conversation between an Aboriginal educator and a non-Indigenous pre-service educator about the importance and complexities of building productive partnerships. Although the participants focused on the challenges and benefits of building relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander educators and non-Indigenous educators in Australian early years settings, the more significant outcome of the meeting was the personal connection two young women were able to make when a friendship began to develop. The project was intended to enable an opportunity for the participants 'to engage in reflexivity on their pedagogic work', something Mills (2012) understands as crucial to the support of social justice and transformation in the classroom.
|Journal||Australasian Journal of Early Childhood|
|Journal citation||39 (1), pp. 82 - 88|
|Publisher||Early Childhood Australia Inc.|
|Page range||82 - 88|
|Research Group||School of Education|
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|Place of publication||Australia|
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