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Discover what it means to be Indigenous in Australia today, as young people reveal how their ethnicity features as part of their identity.
Study transformational experiences and question time and space in storytelling, in this tale of a struggling family and a terrible tragedy.
Explains Sorry Day and why it is celebrated.
How did the kids in the video change their behaviours around different groups? How did it make them feel? Why did they change their behaviours? Why is it sometimes hard to find a group of friends you fit in with at school? How do you think High School will be different from Primary School? Turn and talk to a partner to share your ideas.
Chris and Xand play a trick on groups of students, involving concentration. They watch a video of kids in two teams one black, and one white passing a basketball around. They are to count the number of passes made by the white team. Most of them get it, but what they don't notice, because of their 'inattentive blindness', is Xand lurking about in a gorilla suit right among the players!
The Wik decision was both a flashpoint and a turning point for the recognition of native title for Aboriginal and Torres Strait peoples. Share Dean Gibson's documentary and then test their knowledge of the fight for Indigenous land rights.
Learn more about the history, traditions and languages of Australia's First Peoples right here. Watch classic My Place videos, new episodes of Little J and Big Cuz, and explainers from Totally Wild and Behind the News.
In October 2018 eight Australians with conflicting views on asylum seekers went back to where those refugees came from. Join them on a journey of intercultural and ethical understanding of war.
Meet the poster puppy of unstructured play, as Bluey and her family and friends explore their world through games at home or discoveries outside the house.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.