Pathway to information literacy: Teaching Indigenous Learners unit at Charles Darwin University Library

Henderson, Kaye; Mahjouri, Jessie
July 2008
inCite;Jul2008, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p14
The article focuses on the Teaching Indigenous Learners, a third year unit of Bachelor of Teaching and Learning degree at Charles Darwin University in Australia. Topics covered in the unit include Historical Perspectives of Indigenous Education, Indigenous Education in the Northern Territory, Language and Culture, Diverse Experience of Education and others.


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