Jodie Edwards

by on Jul, Tue, 2018 in News | 0 comments

Jodie Edwards

Nation: Walbunja Woman, Yuin Nation

Jodie has been in the field of education for the past 23 years and 19 years within Indigenous education. 

She has been involved in many Indigenous research projects of which she has gained hands-on and working Indigenous Knowledges such as fish netting, boat making, and possum skin cloaking.  Some of which are on display in the Museum of Australia, Sydney.

Jodie has been involved with Indigenous research in which she is currently working on continuity of cultural practices in the Yuin and Dharawal Nations through her PhD.  She has a Masters in Language Education and a Graduate Diploma in Natural Cultural Resource Management which fuelled her passion to share Cultural knowledges and practices for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

She is also an accomplished curriculum writer and developer through her engagement with embedding cultural practices into the science curriculum HSIE and her work with NSW Education Department in embedding Aboriginal studies and ways of doing into their field studies subjects. She has 18 years experience in delivering professional development to educators where her desire has always been to assist educators to understand the importance and benefits of utilising Indigenous Cultural practices as a learning pedagogical tool.

IN THE CIRCLE with Jodie Edwards

Jodi is one of our expert presenters for the inaugural SSiSTEMIK program on the 6-7th of August 2018 and the 10-11th of September 2018.  Registrations are now closed.

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