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Yirrkala Community School - Case Study

Paul Divola

Yirrkala Community School - Case Study

by Paul Divola

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Published by Hyperion Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elementary,
  • Education / Teaching

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsDeakin University Press (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10594166M
    ISBN 100730003167
    ISBN 109780730003168

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Three schools provide education to the Clan groups that comprise the Yolnu cultural groups of the Layanhpuy region. This case study provides an overview of community demographics, language and culture, including bilingual education, school leadership and governance and community : Kathryn Moyle, Kevin P Gillan.

Yirrkala Community School - Case Study: Deakin University Press, Paul Divola: Books - or: Deakin University Yirrkala Community School - Case Study book, Paul Divola. Abstract. This chapter presents a case study of Yirrkala School, a remote Indigenous school in the Northern Territory of Australia that has succeeded in maintaining its long-standing bilingual programme in spite of great pressure to move towards a mainstream, English-only by: 2.

This book provides the first detailed history of the Bilingual Education Program in the Northern Territory of Australia. This ambitious and innovative program began in and at different times it operated in English and 19 Aboriginal languages in 29 very remote schools.

Request PDF | From Home to School in Multilingual Arnhem Land: The Development of Yirrkala School’s Bilingual Curriculum | This chapter presents a case study of Yirrkala School, a remote.

The Children’s Aid Society and our National Center for Community Schools supported national policy development and reform implementation in England over a ten-year period through several sets of activities: hosting numerous study visits for national policymakers, including members of the British Parliament, to our schools in New York City; offering several on-site consultations, including a.

The event is multi-faceted — not only is it for Ms Marika's retirement but it is also part of the Yirrkala School's Learning on Country program. The program uses traditional culture to teach.

Download Citation | The Quest for Community Control at Yirrkala School | The Yolŋu goal of community control of education at Yirrkala was a key indicator of their aim to regain their right to.

InABC TV's science show Quantum travelled to the Yirrkala community school in north-east Arnhem Land to see how they used Aboriginal culture and languages to teach maths. Yirrkala Community School Published. Yirrkala, NT:Yirrkala Literature Production Centre, Physical Description.

8 l. Subjects. Education - Language - Indigenous languages - Readers and primers. Gumatj language (N) (NT SD) Gumatj people (N) (NT SD) Arnhem Land (NT) Ngama (South Central NT SF) Summary.

The role of writing in education for language power and maintenance COURTNEY B. CAZDEN C. Walton and W. Eggington: Language: Maintenance, Power, and Education in Australian Aboriginal Contexts.

Darwin: Northern Territory University Press, This book gives a page introduction to language maintenance, power, and education in Aboriginal Australia, specifically the Northern Territory, the. Yirrkala School Literature Production Centre. Garma mathematics curriculum workshop: preparing some curriculum documents: the Gatha Room, Yirrkala Community School, th August, Yirrkala Literature Production Centre [Nhulunbuy, N.T.] Australian/Harvard Citation.

Yirrkala School Literature Production Centre. Book Overview. Altmetric Badge. Chapter 12 The Quest for Community Control at Yirrkala School Altmetric Badge. Chapter 13 Language Revitalisation in a Bilingual Program—The Case of Numbulwar School Altmetric Badge. Chapter 14 Threatened Closure: Resistance and Compromise (–).

AT1D: It was intended that AT1D would take place out on the Lanhapuy homelands with extensive collaboration with Yolŋu elders.

Due to the biosecruity zone measures introduced as a response to Covid global pandemic this event was unable to go ahead which signifcantly affected the depth and breadth that students were able to reach within this assessment task.

Mandawuy Djarrtjuntjun Yunupingu (formerly Tom Djambayang Bakamana Yunupingu, skin name Gudjuk), AC (17 September – 2 June ), was an Aboriginal Australian musician and educator. Inhe became assistant principal of the Yirrkala Community School – his former school – and was principal for the following two years.

He helped establish the Yolngu Action Group and introduced. This book provides the first detailed history of the Bilingual Education Program in the Northern Territory of Australia.

This ambitious and innovative program began in and at different times it operated in English and 19 Aboriginal languages in 29 very remote schools. The book draws together. Ngarra marrtjina - = I went / written by the children at Yirrkala Community School ; illustrated by Mawalan Marika.

Also Titled. I went. Other Authors. Marika, Mawalan. Yirrkala Community School Yirrkala School Literature Production Centre Published. Yirrkala: Yirrkala Literature Centre, Physical Description. 5 leaves: ill.

; 21 x 30 cm. Australian Aboriginal Studies Journal The AASJ is an inter-disciplinary journal promoting high-quality research in Australian Indigenous studies. Ngarinyman to English Dictionary This book is the result of a year collaboration between many Ngarinyman community members and younger generations.

Yirrkala Community School Published. Nhulunbuy, NT: Yirrkala Community Literature Production Centre, Physical Description.

25 p.: ill., map. Subjects. Education - Primary - Curriculum. Education - Language - Indigenous languages. Language - Vocabulary - Dictionaries and glossaries. Gumatj language (N) (NT SD) Gumatj people (N   The history of the Yirrkala community school: Yolngu thinking about education in the Laynha and Yirrkala Area.

Yolngu Studies: A case study of Aboriginal community engagement. Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement, Vol. 1, Issue., p. The number of ―How-to‖ books for school administrators to reference as they evaluated their own community relations programs grew exponentially over the years.

A quick search revealed no fewer than hits for books about school and community connections. Although the school-community relationship was well-explored and research on.Most recently, we wrote a book (Community Schools in Action: Lessons from a Decade of Practice) that has helped to publicize our work.

Because the community schools work is considered integral to the work of CAS, our director of public relations regularly promotes awareness of community schools among her key contacts. Case Study: Sustaining.culturally appropriate schools, independent community schools, curriculum development, and teaching as an assistant teacher or aide.

The last chapter describes how the best of these strategies have been combined in a culturally appropriate bilingual school with many Indigenous teachers and strong links with the local Indigenous community.