Teachers and Tertiary Students

Learning opportunities for students and educators

Educators and students can engage with the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Creative Cities Conference in two ways.

Tertiary educators and students can join us for the second day of the conference – full day Thursday 24 October.  

The day is a rich learning opportunity for students and educators in Cultural Management, International Relations, Aboriginal and Cultural Studies, International Marketing, International Business, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Trade and Development, Tourism.

For more information, the conference program is available here.

Primary and Secondary Teachers – afternoon of Thursday 24 October.
Half day Indigenous language and culture professional learning

Together with Adelaide Festival Centre’s centrED, we are offering a professional learning package for teachers.

Teachers will attend the panel: Indigenous Arts, Language and Entrepreneurship in the Asia-Pacific Region moderated by John Carty, Head of Humanities at the South Australian Museum, and Professor of Anthropology at the University of Adelaide, followed by a professional learning session focussing on the cross-curriculum priority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures.  

Following the panel, teachers will join the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Creative Cities Conference delegates for a provided lunch before an afternoon, teacher exclusive workshop Incorporating Aboriginal Cultures into the Classroom.

This session will be hosted by Steel/Ryan Fellow, artist and illustrator, Celia Colin. Celia’s session will focus on utilising Adnyamathanha Muda Collection in the classroom. Adnyamathanha Muda Collection is a book series, illustrated by Celia, featuring cultural stories from the Adnyamathanha people of the Flinders Ranges. The workshop will enable teachers to make cross-curriculum connections and incorporate Aboriginal Histories and Cultures in the classroom with confidence.

Tickets are $30, and all attendees will receive a certificate of professional learning.

Schedule:
11.15am – Register
11.30am - Indigenous Arts, Language and Entrepreneurship in the Asia-Pacific Region Panel
12.30pm - Lunch (provided)
1.30pm - Incorporating Aboriginal Cultures into the Classroom
3pm - Finish

Register as an Educator

Register as a Student