3 – 10 July 2022
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Teaching guides

Teaching resources relate directly to supporting teachers in addressing The Australian Curriculum: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Culture cross-curriculum priority.
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The learning resources available to all students through the NAIDOC website are invaluable for teachers and students.

The site may be used for research in foundational knowledge concerning National Aboriginal Week, the history of themes since 1972, and the host cities for the NAIDOC Awards ceremonies.

The NAIDOC teaching ideas developed by the National NAIDOC Committee relate directly to supporting teachers in addressing The Australian Curriculum: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Culture cross-curriculum priority; with provision of content that can be used across multiple learning areas and stages/grades from Foundational Studies to Year 12. The material in the NAIDOC site may also be relevant to VET and University students undertaking Indigenous Studies.

SBS has also produced NAIDOC Week Teaching Resources for Foundation to Year 10. Theses Teaching Resources contain concepts relevant to a broad range of learners and topics, and will provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in classrooms beyond the dates of NAIDOC Week. These resources are available for 2020 and 2021. SBS is an Official Education Partner for NAIDOC Week.

2021 Resources

2020 Resources

2019 Resources

2018 Resources

General NAIDOC Week Resources