Stories on the journey to Indigenous Australian cultural competency

An evaluation of the pedagogical efficacy of the digital resource, Cassie's Story: Dyan Ngal

Barbara Hill, Ruth Bacchus, Joan Phillip, Jillene Harris, Jessica Biles, Kathryn Rose, Elise Hull

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The 'National Best Practice Framework for Indigenous Cultural Competency in Australian Universities' (2012) discusses the desire to produce graduates who are on the journey to cultural competency. Currently there is little evidence-based research from the Australian university sector about how to encourage students to be culturally competent. There is also little evidence about what this transformative experience may look like. This paper goes some way to embarking upon this necessary evidence-based research. In 2011 at Charles Sturt University (CSU), a small regional University in NSW Australia, it became apparent that students needed help to prepare them for what they might encounter in their professional lives when working in Indigenous Australian contexts. With Indigenous Australian Elders, a combined disciplinary project team constructed a digital learning resource called Cassie's Story: Dyan Ngal. This paper tells the story of how students engaged with this resource and discusses implications for future reflections.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationINTED2016 Proceedings
Subtitle of host publication10th International Technology, Education and Development Conference
Place of PublicationSpain
PublisherIATED
Pages6918-6927
Number of pages10
ISBN (Electronic)9788460856177
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Publication statusPublished - 2016
Event10th International Technology, Education and Development Conference : INTED 2016 - Hotel Melia Valencia, Valencia, Spain
Duration: 07 Mar 201609 Mar 2016
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Conference10th International Technology, Education and Development Conference
Abbreviated title10 years together for education
CountrySpain
CityValencia
Period07/03/1609/03/16
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Hill, B., Bacchus, R., Phillip, J., Harris, J., Biles, J., Rose, K., & Hull, E. (2016). Stories on the journey to Indigenous Australian cultural competency: An evaluation of the pedagogical efficacy of the digital resource, Cassie's Story: Dyan Ngal. In INTED2016 Proceedings: 10th International Technology, Education and Development Conference (pp. 6918-6927). Spain: IATED. https://doi.org/10.21125/inted.2016.0636
Hill, Barbara ; Bacchus, Ruth ; Phillip, Joan ; Harris, Jillene ; Biles, Jessica ; Rose, Kathryn ; Hull, Elise. / Stories on the journey to Indigenous Australian cultural competency : An evaluation of the pedagogical efficacy of the digital resource, Cassie's Story: Dyan Ngal. INTED2016 Proceedings: 10th International Technology, Education and Development Conference. Spain : IATED, 2016. pp. 6918-6927
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Stories on the journey to Indigenous Australian cultural competency : An evaluation of the pedagogical efficacy of the digital resource, Cassie's Story: Dyan Ngal. / Hill, Barbara; Bacchus, Ruth; Phillip, Joan; Harris, Jillene; Biles, Jessica; Rose, Kathryn; Hull, Elise.

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