Traditional education in Indigenous communities valued holism in learning; embedded in this approach is the equity between applied scholarship and emotional intelligence Lee, ; Wildcat et al. Teachers who think of themselves as cultural beings will open the door to thinking about their students as having their own culture, which in turn can profoundly influence their thoughts and behaviour.
Lastly, educators spoke in a soft, quiet, and gentle way to the children.
Integration of cultural knowledge within the curriculum allows students to participate actively and to have a say in the responsibilities for classroom activities.
In that respect, Indonesia promoted the economic, social and cultural rights of indigenous peoples through autonomy and special autonomy, such as in the region of West Papua.
The inclusion of aspects of indigenous education requires us to acknowledge the existence of multiple forms of knowledge rather than one, standard, benchmark system. Following this model are critical statements that reflect Indigenous concepts of creativity. They had a vibrant school council and the principal understood why it was important to have the school as central to the community [as possible].
In essence, the film examines the definitions of wealth and poverty, in other words, knowledge and ignorance. In rural or remote areas Aboriginal students' first language is often not English. All of life is deserving of respect, care and love.
There are explicit systems for collaboration and feedback to sustain quality teaching practice. Educators collaborate with parents regarding curriculum around holidays and cultural celebrations, reinforced importance of speaking their tribal languages, and clarified with parents what their home language is, and had respectful discussions around traditional values and beliefs that led to compromise, not isolation or separation.