Listed below are the environmental factors that influence our cultural identity. (2014). The following week Sarah was invited to explain the concept of a Yarning Circle and Talking Stick to the older children. What does the ECA Code of Ethics state in relation to cultural diversity and/or inclusion for each of the following groups?

Explain the symbolism of the Torres Strait Islander flag. Most English-speaking cultures are low-context, meaning they put a message into explicit words.

Explain the symbolism of the Torres Strait Islander flag. Where were they sent to and what was the impact on their living conditions, schooling/education, language and discipline? This idea was also very well received. List three factors that contribute to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander children being at high risk of emotional or behavioural difficulties? Give two examples of taboos or traditions of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people that may be different from non-Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. Part of the daily practice at the centre is a ‘Morning Meeting’ with the older children and their Educator to share ideas and experiences and give suggestions for the day’s program. Provide an example for each of the following impacts on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people due to the European settlement. goal for Aboriginal communities in relation to the education of their children. The centre Director extremely concerned when he hears educators, Jack and Kate, discussing the unfairness of Norah being granted special leave for Sorry Day. To support the educators Joyce has also invited the team to submit any questions or concerns they may have about working with the local Aboriginal community.

How are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people defined? Bringing Them Home. Explain how the concept of ‘community as family’ is reflected in relation to the responsiblity for raising, caring, educating and disciplining children in Aboriginal communities. List the three key factors that should be considered when exploring concepts of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander wellbeing. She also told of another transition, that of the ‘Talking Stick’. List and describe six ways in which educators can challenge discriminatory or bias comments from children. List the ways in which communication barriers can be overcome in each of the following areas. List four practical ways in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture is celebrated. During the 50’s and 60’s how did child welfare services respond to the increasing numbers ofchildren being removed from their families? Norah is an active member of her community and contributes to, and participates in, a range of social and cultural activities. What is the purpose of National Sorry Day, observed on 26 th May each year? What four strategies can educators use to create a welcoming space for families with Englishas a second language when they first enter the service? What were the two key policies adopted by the British Select Committee in relation to the bad treatment of Aboriginal people in Australia?

List the two ways Aboriginal people refer to themselves and their mob.

Listed below are the environmental factors that influence our cultural identity. Canberra: DEEWR. Question 2:Belonging, Being and Becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia.

service? (3rd ed.). Question 5 Explain the meaning of each of the following responses to discrimination. How is cultural competence defined in the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF)? List three practice tips that the EC service can use to demonstrate respect? How is cultural competence defined in the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF)? Early Childhood Australia. Question 2 Describe six ways an educator can promote learning in relation to EYLF Outcome 2 Children areconnected with and contribute to their world? List the two key facts in relation to Aboriginal language and dialects. The centre Director extremely concerned when he hears educators, Jack and Kate, discussing the unfairness of Norah being granted special leave for Sorry Day. individual rights, family roles and child rearing practices are completed different to your What learning opportunity is provided to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander children when they have a connection to their land and/or water? Question 3: Explain why educators should respond to bias in the following ways: Respond immediately. Seeing the big picture. (2014). The CLC would like to draw ACCAN’s attention to the significant communication issues face by remote Indigenous communities in our region. Norah has been granted a week of special leave to assist in planning activities for Sorry Day. List six ways educators can promote respect for diversity. How long have Aboriginal people and their ancestors occupied Australia? List five key barriers for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people to accessing children’s education and care services? What two powers were given to the Chief Protectors? Joyce was also asked to invite Aboriginal Elders to a morning tea with the children and educators. How is the belief in relation to ‘country’ described?

List the five key beliefs in relation to this goal. List six terms that are considered to be offensive when communicating with Aboriginal people. She feels proud that she has contributed to a better understanding of her people.

List the three key words used in the EYLF that reflect support children’s cultural identityand relationships within the family. What learning opportunity is provided to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander children when they have a connection to their land and/or water? Describe one value that you hold as an adult that can be directly attributed to your upbringing. Head in the sand. Identify eight practical tips educators may consider when working with families for whom English is What two powers were given to the Chief Protectors? Task: 6Communicate Effectively Question 1 Cultural Connections Booklet – ‘‘Communicating with Others’. What term is often used by Aboriginal people when refering to a death? Sarah realises that this routine was very similar to a ‘Yarning Circle’ which is a popular group experience in her culture. Kearns, K. (2014). How long have Aboriginal people and their ancestors occupied Australia? List six ways the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander culture can be integrated across the curriculum. List three factors that contribute to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander children being at high risk of emotional or behavioural difficulties?

What does the Welcome to Country enable the community to do? List six visual aids and/or communication strategies that could be used to build relationships Identify eight practical tips educators may consider when working with families for whom English isa second language. List four factors which contribute to the increase of physical and mental illness of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander individuals and communities? Joyce was also asked to invite Aboriginal Elders to a morning tea with the children and educators.

What does cultural safety mean for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children? The Victorian Aboriginal Cultural Competence Framework states that maintenance of culture is a keygoal for Aboriginal communities in relation to the education of their children. Why are you waiting for Assignment Deadline?

with families for whom English is a second language during the orientation process at the How is the belief in relation to ‘country’ described? What is the focus of this celebration?

How can services access translating and interpreter services?

Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. a second language. What are the three key features of self-determination? It’s time they moved on!” Later that day the Director calls the staff members into his office to address the racist comments. What does the ECA Code of Ethics state in relation to cultural diversity and/or inclusion for each of the following groups? Explain the concept of Men’s and Women’s Business. Question 6 List and describe six ways in which educators can challenge discriminatory or bias comments from children. Sarah felt that the concept of a Yarning Circle could be incorporated into the Morning meeting and decided to discuss her idea at the next team meeting. traditions, values, beliefs and practices, food, dress, gender roles, religious beliefs, During the 50’s and 60’s how did child welfare services respond to the increasing numbers of Belonging, Being and Becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia. Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. This idea was also very well received.

Question 4. Identify eight practical tips educators may consider when working with families for whom English isa second language. List two practical suggestions provided in relation to connecting with others ‘on a human level’. What are four key benefits of cultural expression for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander children? The centre Director is hoping to attract more children from the Aboriginal community to the service . However, it is considered inappropriate and/or offensive if you touch someone that you do not know well. List the key differences between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. The reality is that how you communicate depends on where you live, what culture you’re from and how you communicate in general. Question 2:Belonging, Being and Becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia.

List five key barriers for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people to accessing children’s education and care services? What does the Welcome to Country enable the community to do? Reflect and comment on why this value has stayed with you into adulthood. Indigenous during the 1990’s. Sarah realises that this routine was very similar to a ‘Yarning Circle’ which is a popular group experience in her culture. Respond simply. She enjoys sharing her culture with the children and her colleagues. SHAME The feeling of shame for an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander ... be considered ‘mad’, abnormal, unusual or embarrassing, and do your best to avoid theseY .ou should also know how an Aboriginal .