Cultural Safety and Respect in the Classroom

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Where appropriate, providing opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, students, Elders, families and wider community members to share their perspectives, histories and cultures in the classroom can be incredibly enriching. However, it is important for teachers and educators to be careful not to assume what stories or knowledges can be shared by particular community members, students, or children, and when, where and with whom they can be shared. This activity encourages staff to consider scenarios, evaluate policies and principles and consider how cultural safety could further be promoted within the wider school or early learning service community.

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