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Tracks to Two-Way Learning

Tracks to Two Way Learning is a train-the-trainer resource aimed at engendering positive change through the four dimensions of Staff Knowledge and Practice, Community Engagement, Policy and Practice and Learner Engagement to improve quality teaching and learning across education, training and the workplace.

The resource, developed collaboratively by Aboriginal and non Aboriginal researchers, educators and community people, has three parts:

  1. Facilitators Guide
    The Facilitators Guide provides guidance to a Two-Way Facilitator Team (an Aboriginal and a non-Aboriginal person working as partners in a team) on how to collaboratively plan and deliver short term and long term professional learning, using the 12 Focus Areas resources.

    Activities can be altered to ensure the delivery is most suited to the specific needs of a particular education or training site.  
     
  2. 12 Focus Areas - containing resources and activities to deliver workshops
  3. Sample Workshops Guide - to model the possible use of these
Tracks to Two-Way Learning
http://www.det.wa.edu.au/curriculumsupport/eald/detcms/navigation/english-as-an-additional-language-or-dialect-for-aboriginal-students/teaching-and-learning-resources-for-eal-d-aboriginal-students/tracks-to-two-way-learning/

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