The Two-way Science Initiative supports schools to build partnerships with local Aboriginal communities to develop integrated culturally responsive learning programs that connect the Western Australian Curriculum Science to Aboriginal knowledges.
Two-way Science provides an opportunity for all students to learn about science from the world’s oldest continuing cultures.
This fact sheet provides an overview of the Two-way Science Initiative's aims, features and evaluation summary.
This book showcases examples of practice from Two-way Science schools.
Noongar Bush medicine with Vivienne Hansen, Baldivis Secondary College and Makybe Rise Primary School.
Noongar knowledge of water with Mort Hansen, Baldivis Secondary College and Makybe Rise Primary School.
The Noongar season of Djilba with Ballardong Elders and Quairading District High School.
This CSIRO book contains curriculum-linked education activities for primary and middle school students, and background knowledge for teachers, based on the desert regions of Australia.
The 4 illustrations of practice videos featuring primary and middle school students in remote Aboriginal communities have been published on the Australian Curriculum website.