Joining us for a Narragunnawali webinar is a great way to meet members of our team, hear stories from guest speakers, and engage with core insights around reconciliation in education, no matter where you are! Narragunnawali webinars are free and registration is simple, whether you choose to join from your work or home computer. All registrants will also receive an email link to a copy of the webinar recording even if they cannot make it to the live session.

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

The Narragunnawali team looks forward to releasing a series of recorded, on-demand webinars throughout the year. These can be registered for, and engaged with, at any time anywhere!

 

First Languages, Education and Reconciliation

To mark this International Year of Indigenous Languages, the first of our on-demand webinars provides an introduction to the context and continued significance of First Languages in Australia, and explores the important interrelationship between First Languages revitalisation and reconciliation. Guest webinar co-host, Gunai author, poet and educator, Kirli Saunders, also joins Narragunnawali’s Stephanie Woerde to share practical insights and inspiration from Red Room Poetry’s Poetry in First Languages initiative, which supports students in creating poetry in First Languages by connecting them to First Nations poets, Elders and Language Custodians on Country.

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Preparing and Evaluating Culturally Responsive Language Resources/Activities

Building on the First Languages, Education and Reconciliation webinar, this webinar represents the second in a series to commemorate this International Year of Indigenous Languages. Guest webinar co-host, Gunai author, poet and educator, Kirli Saunders, joins Narragunnawali’s Stephanie Woerde to discuss key questions and considerations pertaining to the preparation and evaluation of culturally responsive First Languages resources/activities. The webinar is designed to support participants in their relationship-building and curriculum planning processes, and draws on practical illustrations and insights from Kirli’s work with Red Room Poetry’s Poetry In First Languages initiative, as well as with Stephanie’s work in supporting Language Nest-style initiatives in schools and early learning services. 

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LIVE WEBINARS

Registering for one of our live webinars is a great opportunity to engage in real-time conversation and professional learning, guided by representatives from the Narragunnawali team.  

 

Intro to Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Education 

Each of these live introductory webinars will provide an overview of the context and concept of reconciliation in education, and will introduce you to the Narragunnawali program and online platform. We’ll walk you through the process of developing a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) for your school or early learning service, and talk you through some of the professional learning and curriculum resources that can support you in this process.

 

Please register to attend one of the live webinars below.

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