This chapter is useful for learning about culturally responsive strategies that have been shown to improve education outcomes of First Nations students. This chapter is co-written by Noongar academic Professor Colleen Hayward and non-Indigenous researcher Dr Thelma Perso. It has very specific strategies for teachers in classroom contexts.
This review is useful for learning about culturally responsive practice specific to First Nations education. It is written by a non-Indigenous academic and provides an in-depth summary of relevant research and key ideas. It contains good evidence for responsive teaching strategies.
This journal article is useful for learning about culturally responsive pedagogy, with a particular focus on Country as a pedagogy. This is a literature review written by two non-Indigenous academics. A literature review identifies key ideas in research about a particular topic. This literature review explains culturally responsive pedagogy and provides details about Country as a First Nations culturally responsive pedagogy.
This article is useful for learning about culturally responsive practice. It is written by non-Indigenous academics and provides a case study of how an Early Childhood context applies some First Nations pedagogy principles. While not specific to First Nations education or cultures, the first section provides a useful summary of cultural models theory, cultural perspectives, culturally responsive teachers and culturally responsive pedagogies, and the later section explains how a localised First Nations culturally responsive pedagogy was applied.