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Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary

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Indigenous education extends beyond communities - many courses are available at colleges at major centres and often teachers travel to communities to instruct students. More and more indigenous adults, particularly women, are undertaking mature education.

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Photo Captions for Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary

Image #1. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Aboriginal graduates from Batchelor College, Australia's largest Aboriginal tertiary institution, wait patiently to receive their diplomas.

Image #2. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Aboriginal graduate Gloria Lane and other graduates share the joy of receiving their diplomas from Batchelor College, Australia's largest Aboriginal tertiary institution.

Image #3. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Tiwi forestry workers graduate at a special ceremony at Nguiu. Congratulated by family

Image #4. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Shepherdson College, Elscho Island. Constructed by Brustolin Builders.

Image #5. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Nguiu community on Bathurst Island. High school children being taught by Chris TreviNion (at white board) and Ben McCasker.

Image #6. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Nguiu community on Bathurst Island. Tiwi Aboriginal people - education

Image #7. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Nguiu community on Bathurst Island. Tiwi Aboriginal education, Pupils in the computer room with teachers aide, Danielle Munkara

Image #8. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Nguiu community on Bathurst Island. High school children being taught by Chris TreviNion (at white board) and Ben McCasker.

Image #9. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Elliott School - teacher Chloe Parkinson with a class of senior students

Image #10. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Elliott School - teacher Chloe Parkinson with a class of senior students

Image #11. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Aboriginal students in a cookery class at Kormilda College. Harmony Day indigenous education Steve Sunk

Image #12. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Elliott School - teacher Chloe Parkinson with a class of senior students

Image #13. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Elliott School - teacher Chloe Parkinson with a class of senior students

Image #14. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Gapuwiyak school - new computer classroom

Image #15. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Gapuwiyak community in eastern Arnhem Land - students in the home economics class

Image #16. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Gapuwiyak - Activities at the school; building employment; indigenous employment and training - school - students in the home economics class

Image #17. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Umbakumba aboriginal community on Groote Eylandt.

Image #18. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Angurugu community on Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory.

Image #19. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Numbulwar aboriginal community on the Gulf of Carpentaria, NT.

Image #20. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary In a bid to maintain and revive the Wirangu and Gugada languages of western SA, community language workers learn and record information from elders and educate younger people on how these endangered language can be applied in everyday situations - searching for wombats, traditional food source - Reva Miller shows children - Hailey Feuerriegei (girl) and Tykhan and Tyrique Brown, a wombat skull (held by Lerline Crisci).

Image #21. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Gapuwiyak community in eastern Arnhem Land. Activities at the school;

Image #22. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Angurugu community on Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory. Umbakumba school

Image #23. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Numbulwar aboriginal community on the Gulf of Carpentaria, NT.

Image #24. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary In a bid to maintain and revive the Wirangu and Gugada languages of western SA, community language workers learn and record information from elders and educate younger people on how these endangered language can be applied in everyday situations - searching for wombats, traditional food source - Reva Miller shows children - Hailey Feuerriegei (girl) and Tykhan and Tyrique Brown, a wombat skull (held by Lerline Crisci).

Image #25. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Women from Ti Tree prepare to cook kangaroo tails and other tucker in the river bed of the Hanson River in central Australia - women discuss the Warlpirri Dictionary. L to R: Molly Presley, Clarrie Long, Helen Long, Marie Presley, Mandy Long (closest)

Image #26. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Women from Ti Tree prepare to cook kangaroo tails and other tucker in the river bed of the Hanson River in central Australia - women discuss the Warlpirri Dictionary.

Image #27. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Women from Ti Tree prepare to cook kangaroo tails and other tucker in the river bed of the Hanson River in central Australia - women discuss the Warlpirri Dictionary. L to R: Molly Presley, Clarrie Long, Helen Long, Marie Presley, Mandy Long (closest) - left, June Ross

Image #28. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Women from Ti Tree prepare to cook kangaroo tails and other tucker in the river bed of the Hanson River in central Australia - Clarrie Long is interviewed by Jenny Green (blue top) and April Campbell - discussing sign language -

Image #29. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Indigenous students graduate from Kormilda College

Image #30. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Mona Kantawara teaches from an Arrente phrase book at the Hermannsburg School, west of Alice Springs

Image #31. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Mona Kantawara teaches from an Arrente phrase book at the Hermannsburg School, west of Alice Springs

Image #32. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Mona Kantawara teaches from an Arrente phrase book at the Hermannsburg School, west of Alice Springs

Image #33. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Tiwi College

Image #34. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Tiwi College

Image #35. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Tiwi College

Image #36. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary young Aboriginal woman assists another with computer work

Image #37. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Aboriginal students at Kormilda College, Darwin.

Image #38. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Walkabout Chefs - Steve Sunk with young cookery students at Wadeye (Port Keats).

Image #39. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary Aboriginal trainees at Port Keats, baking and cooking

Image #40. Aboriginal Education Secondary/Tertiary A young Aboriginal girl from Wadeye learns cooking skills.

 

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