the reflection is about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

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the reflection is about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People (indigenous people) i did send you two examples of my friends work .
Three reflection 500 each, (1500) words all together word. reflection tasks that demonstrates you have engaged with the content for workbooks 1-3.
Workbook 1 –Write an Acknowledgement of Country for the classroom, reflecting upon the key ideas of why and how teachers Acknowledge Country in learning and teaching.
Workbook 2: Reflecting on challenges to be and become culturally safe and inclusive teacher, and ways to demonstrate where you have taken ‘seriously' culturally informed Indigenous social and emotional learning and teaching strategies
Workbook 2 Reflection Task: Where have you taken ‘seriously' culturally informed Indigenous social and emotional learning and teaching strategies?
What are the challenges for teachers to be and become
Culturally Safe
Experts about Indigenous Country and Place, Languages, Histories and Cultures
Culturally informed about Social and Emotional learning and teaching
Reconciliation
Where have you taken your professional learning ‘seriously'
Describe where you used resources like books, films, and become familiar with music, dance, and art works created by First Nations peoples, understanding the background stories and motivation for these works
Taken responsibility for your own capacity to learn and for your own education rather than only relying on Elders and other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to be your personal tutor
Planned for and attended cultural events, reflected upon Acknowledgments and Welcomes to Country, visited Indigenous Country, and places in your local community; reading, viewing, and engaging in cultural experiences
Being and Becoming and Ally* :Authentic relationships and friendships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through which you share, learn, collaborate
Workbook 3: What early learning theories are useful to describe how a garden 'helps children feel connected to the land and learn that if they care for the land it cares for them'
Explain: What early learning theories can you use to describe how a herb garden 'helps children feel connected to the land and learn that if they care for the land it cares for them'.
Explain: How a garden connects to
Country and Place – Histories, languages and cultures
Culturally informed social and emotional learning
Explain: Ways to adopt and adapt the vegetable and herb garden to teach across the curriculum, with focus on literacy and numeracy.
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Throughout this module you have reviewed a range of Indigenous resources.
Return to task: A vegetable or herb garden
At the next staff meeting, Your colleague is wanting your support in 'creating a vegetable or herb garden at the service to help children feel connected to the land and learn that if they care for the land it cares for them'.
Explain: Ways to adopt and adapt the vegetable and herb garden to teach across the curriculum, with focus on literacy and numeracy.
Explain: How a garden connects to
Country and Place – Histories, languages and cultures
Culturally informed social and emotional learning
Explain: What early learning theories can you use to describe how a herb garden 'helps children feel connected to the land and learn that if they care for the land it cares for them'.

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