Indigenous Education Forum – The Future of Education reform, taking the lead from First Nations knowledge systems

Join us for this free forum with guest presenter, Professor Dennis Foley, to develop a deeper understanding of First Nation’s knowledge systems and their educational settings.

What does educational research and experiences show when these knowledge systems are included in teaching practices?

Professor Dennis Foley is from the Cammeraigal clan, of the Gai-mariagal clans of the northern suburbs of Sydney. He was born and raised in his formative years in and around Narrabeen and Freshwater.

Academically he helped establish the research area that is Indigenous Entrepreneurship in Australia some thirty years ago. He has researched and taught extensively in Australia and internationally. Professor Foley is a Fulbright Scholar and dual Endeavour Fellow. His publications focus on social inclusion and the Indigenous cross disciples including Literature, History, Business Management (Entrepreneurship) together with Indigenous Epistemology and Pedagogy.

Register now for what is sure to be an engaging discussion.

Date: Thursday 14 September
Time: 5.30 pm – 6.30 pm
Followed by networking and refreshments
Venue: Theatrette Building P, Bendigo Tafe, McCrae Street, Bendigo