Since 2016, Science Pathways for Indigenous Communities has developed education resources to support schools and communities to work in partnership to deliver learning activities on country and in the classroom.
Two-way Science: An Integrated Learning Program for Aboriginal Desert Schools
Two-way Science: An Integrated Learning Program for Aboriginal Desert Schools is a 288 page book with curriculum-linked education activities for primary and middle school students, and background knowledge for teachers based on the desert regions of Australia.
Science Pathways for Indigenous Communities worked with ACARA to develop four Two-way Science videos that describe culturally responsive learning programs at Wiluna and Leonora schools in Western Australia, and Areyonga and Mount Liebig in the Northern Territory. These videos give an insight into Indigenous leadership, cultural knowledge transfer and the connection of Indigenous ecological knowledge to the Australian curriculum in Two-way Science learning programs.
Wiluna Remote Community School
Leonora District High School