Supporting students to build culturally responsive practice in FoSH

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventWorkshop/course/forumAcademic


We invite you to join a workshop which has been developed as part of a HEPPP project relating to First Nations initiatives in the Faculty of Science and Health (FoSH).
The purpose of this workshop is to focus on building your capability to support students in developing culturally responsive practice in their discipline.

The workshop conversations will introduce Indigenist Standpoint and provide insight to your students’ experience in IKC100, IKC101 or ENM111.
Applying Indigenist Standpoint to critique your own world view is the foundation of being able to examine a range of issues that impact upon First Nations peoples.

All FoSH teaching staff are encouraged to participate in ONE of the online workshops which are supported by a preparatory self-directed online module (1.5 hours) and a post-workshop reflective piece (15 mins).
Each workshop will be facilitated by A/Prof Jay Phillips (SIAS); Kirsten Locke (SIAS); A/Prof Caroline Robinson (SAHESS); Ayrley Teagle (Bachelor of Health Science (Food & Nutrition) student); Will Kearnes (B Paramedicine student); TBC (IKC101 student); TBC (HLT417 student).

To book your place in ONE of the three workshops:
Monday 14th November: 11am - 12.30pm please register here
Monday 14th November: 1.30pm – 3pm please register here
Tuesday 22nd November: 10am – 11.30am please register here

You will be added to the O-FOSH-SIAS-PILOT Interact site which will give you access to the self-directed online module.
Please complete the online activities before you attend the workshop.

Participation in this professional development will be acknowledged with a Certificate of Completion and will contribute to scholarly activity for EDRS.
Please forward any questions to A/Prof Caroline Robinson
Period14 Nov 2022
Event typeWorkshop
Degree of RecognitionRegional