DEC Scan Journal : Volume 36 Issue 3
2017 Volume 36, Issue 3 29 Contents Editorial Learning & teaching Research Share this Resource reviews Dolan, A. M. 2013, ‘Exploring geography through stories’, in S. Scoffham, (ed.) Teaching geography creatively, Routledge, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, UK. Fox, M. & Vivas, J. 2004, Possum magic, Omnibus, Malvern, SA. Friends of the High Line, Flickr, accessed 30 June 2017. Garland, S. & Rant, T. 1998, My father’s boat, Scholastic, NSW. Gervay, S. & Pignataro, A. 2014, Elephants have wings, Ford St, Ormond, VIC. Gervay, S. & Pignataro, A. 2014, Elephants havewings – Page by Page study guide, accessed 30 June 2017. GEO 12 – journey to school, Australian Bureau of Statistics, accessed 30 June 2017. Gordon, G. 2012, Herman and Rosie, Penguin Books Australia. Guo, J.J. & Wu, D. 2001, Grandpa’s mask, Benchmark/ Cygnet in association with University of Western Australia Press, Sassafras, VIC. Harvey, M. 1999, Look what came from [series], Franklin Watts, New York. Hathorn, L. & Rogers, G. 2003, Way home, Andersen, London. Hundertwasser, F. 2017, Hundertwasser, accessed 30 June 2017. Ieronimo, C. & Velasquez, E. 2014, A thirst for home: a story of water across the world, Bloomsbury, New York. Jonas, A. 1983, Round trip, MacRae, London. References and further reading ‘Aboriginal fire management’, Creative spirits, accessed 30 June 2017. Baker, J. 2008, Belonging, Walker Books, London. Baker, J. 2010, Mirror, Walker Books, UK. Bancroft, B. 2010, Why I love Australia, Little Hare, Surry Hills, NSW. Banyai, I. 1995, Zoom, Viking, New York. Bob Randall: Where we come from, Global Oneness Project, accessed 30 June 2017. Brian, J. & Spudvilas, A. 2014, Our village in the sky, Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest, NSW. Brown, P. 2009, The curious garden, Little Brown and Co., New York. Brown, P. & McMahon, J., ‘The curious garden’ Educator guides, LB School & Library, accessed 30 June 2017. Browne, A. 1998, Voices in the park, Doubleday, London. Carnavas, P. 2010, Last tree in the city, New Frontier, Frenchs Forest, NSW. CensusAtSchool Australia random sampler, Australian Bureau of Statistics, accessed 30 June 2017. Cleave, R. & Tulloch, C. 2015, Phasmid: saving the Lord Howe Island stick insect, CSIRO Publishing, Clayton, VIC. Crew, G. & Warden, G. 2008, Cat on the island, Angus & Robertson, Sydney. Curtis, N. & Grant, J. 2003, Cat and fish, Lothian, South Melbourne. Picture books enable students to ‘step into the story’ to imagine and infer the experiences and perspectives of the people within, and to build empathy and understanding of their lives • Aboriginal Fire Management, Creative Spirits • Fighting carbon with fire, Arnhem Land, Australia, UNUChannel. Aboriginal knowledge and advice Why is Aboriginal input and knowledge essential to effective environmental management? Students: • collaborate with local Aboriginal community members who have a role in environmental management of local natural areas • visit a local area managed with input from Aboriginal people • view Through Our Eyes - Sustaining Animal Populations with Roy Barker (Murrawari language group), Local Land Services Western Region, 2014. • read extracts of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Management Plan 2010–2020 Students discuss the statement, ‘Aboriginal input and knowledge is essential to effective environmental management’.
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