These textbooks compile important First Nations education research, strategies and understandings for pre-service teachers. All of the following texts have many chapters that have detailed knowledge about different aspects of Indigenous education.
This book is edited by Wagiman academic Dr Marnee Shay and non-Indigenous academic Professor Rhonda Oliver. The chapters are written by an impressive list of First Nations academics, teachers, researchers and knowledge holders, who share their knowledge, experiences and perspectives. This textbook also has accompanying podcasts by the chapter authors (see podcast link).
This textbook is co-written by Noongar academic Professor Colleen Hayward and non-Indigenous researcher Dr Thelma Perso. It focuses on teaching practice and has many strategies that pre-service teachers can incorporate into their teaching.
This helps pre-service teachers prepare themselves for the challenges and joys of teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in urban, remote and rural primary and secondary schools. It also prepares teachers to include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in their programming. The overall aim of this text is to make Indigenous Australia a reference point for all students. It balances educational theory with practical teaching strategies.
This book is edited by Dr Kaye Price, a Nuennone academic. The chapters are written by leading First Nations education academics, including Torres Strait Islander academic Professor Martin Nakata, Narungga academic Professor Peter Buckskin and Noonuccal academic Professor Chris Matthews.
This series of podcasts accompanies the Indigenous education in Australia: learning and teaching for deadly futures textbook listed previously. The authors of each chapter yarn about the key messages in their chapter. Listeners will get to hear many First Nations authors speak.