Situating the 'beyond': Adventure-learning and Indigenous cultural competence

Barbara Hill, Jane Mills

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In 2010, an Indigenous Elder from the Wiradjuri nation and a group of academics from Charles Sturt University travelled to Menindee, a small locality on the edge of the Australian outback. They were embarked upon an 'adventure-learning' research journey to study ways of learning by creating a community of practice with an Elder from the Ngiyeempaa/Barkandji nation. This article first explores the implications of this innovative approach to transformative learning for professional development and for teaching and learning practice. It then reflects upon the significance of location for pedagogic approaches aimed at closing the education gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians in universities.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)63-76
Number of pages14
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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