6 results found
Co-design in fire management
Fire, Technologies, Year 5, Year 6
Fire management plans that use both both traditional Aboriginal fire knowledge and western science are found to result in better outcomes for communities.
Indigenous voices in water
Water, Technologies, Year 9, Year 10
Aboriginal Waterways Assessment is a tool that documents the way Aboriginal people value and use water, to assist in sharing knowledge, to communicate their water values, and help advocate for their needs in water management.
Weaving design into local materials
Water, Technologies, Year 3, Year 4
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have used grasses and reeds from wetlands for thousands of years. They used these materials for weaving to make many different kinds of useful everyday objects.
Indigenous astronomy, communication, and digital technology
Astronomy, Technologies, Year 5, Year 6
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traditions contain a wealth of knowledge about the Sun, Moon, and stars. This knowledge informs cultural concepts about origins (creation stories), social practices and protocols (law), and ideas about life and death (philosophy).
Digital technology and managing Indigenous astronomical knowledge
Astronomy, Technologies, Year 7, Year 8
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge is passed to successive generations through oral tradition, including story, song, and dance.
Contemporary fire management
Fire, Technologies, Year 9, Year 10
Combining traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander fire management techniques with new technologies can improve environmental outcomes and reduce bushfire risk.