Cultural perspectives on high-ability

In this video, UNE academics Dr Genevieve Thraves and Donna Moodie (Goomeroi) explore different cultural perspectives on high-ability, with a focus on the views of different Australian Aboriginal groups. The purpose of this video is to get teachers to think about this issue in relation to their own school and community.

 

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