To assist you in teaching students about Sorry Day, Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week, we’ve included a range of activities that help bridge the cultural gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians by promoting empathy and respect for, and reconciliation with, the traditional custodians of Australia.
The history of Australia’s Indigenous communities is a vital component in school education and in understanding the greater Australian history. With the appropriate Aboriginal education resources, all teachers can confidently and clearly conduct lessons on Indigenous history and culture. Through this understanding, teachers can help students connect to one another, their fellow citizens and build a more informed future generation.
Our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teaching resources cover more than just history, including aspects of the rich culture and initiatives of the traditional custodians of Australia. Our range features interesting products such as Aboriginal legend plays, which introduces Aboriginal culture through drama, and our box sets that take your class on a hands-on journey through history.
R.I.C.’s range also includes ebooks, classroom themes, lesson plans for primary schools, editable student worksheets and many other great resources to improve the quality of teaching and learning about Australia’s Indigenous history and communities. Many of our Aboriginal resources for teachers are aligned to the Australian Curriculum, so your classes will be structured for the present and future success of your students.
View our range by scrolling down or use the filters on the left to find the right Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teaching resources for your class.