LIVE WEBINAR: Hakea Hustler and Carl Merrison (Dirrarn)


Hakea Hustler and Carl Merrison

45 minutes

25 JUNE 2024


Join us for a captivating webinar with Hakea Hustler and Carl Merrison, authors and educators of the award-winning books Black Cockatoo and Dirrarn, who will share their insights into the cultural and personal journeys that shaped their storytelling.

In this session, we will discover innovative ways to engage students with rich texts that not only educate but also foster empathy, understanding, and appreciation for Indigenous cultures. We will also share how teachers can effectively utilise PETAA curriculum units based on these acclaimed books!

Plus, Hakea and Carl will discuss their deep-rooted passion for supporting rural schools. Gain valuable perspectives on the unique challenges and opportunities faced by schools in rural communities and learn how literature can be a powerful tool for empowerment and change.

Don't miss this enriching conversation that promises to inspire educators, advocates, and anyone passionate about inclusive education and cultural diversity. Register now and join us for an enlightening exploration of literature, education, and community support.

This webinar is for:
- Teacher librarians 
- Classroom teachers 
- Literacy leaders
- Anyone with an interest in embedding First Nations texts in the classroom

Cost of participation
Member Free




This webinar is part of our free webinar series, available exclusively to PETAA members. Become a member today to access the entire archive of free webinars and check out what's upcoming.

Can’t attend live? No problem! The webinar will be recorded and registrants will receive an emailed copy of the recording as soon as it is available on the PETAA Member Portal.

25/06/2024 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time
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