Baul, Dulgo, Dunngunn Conference | Phoenix Support For Educators

Baul, Dulgo, Dunngunn Conference

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Registration for Baul, Dulgo, Dunngunn Conference
Sales start on 8/26/24, 9:00 AM (Australia/Brisbane)
398.00 398.0 AUD
Join us for an incredible full day event hosted by Our Nangara Community Group and Phoenix Support for Educators!

Celebrate and embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural perspectives into pedagogies for Jarjums with our heads, hearts, and hands

The conference is named after the Yugambeh words Baul, Dulgo, and Dunngunns, which signify Head, Heart, and Hand according to the Yugambeh Museum's, Modern Yugambeh Language Dictionary and Language List – 1st Edition, with orthography attributed by John Allen and John Lane.

In addition to the Cultural Capabilities presentation and the Reflection Workshop, each participant will have the opportunity to attend two breakout sessions throughout the day. Upon purchasing tickets, participants will nominate their preferred sessions. Workshop allocations will be determined by the conference hosts (Our Nangara and Phoenix Support for Educators) and provided to attendees during registration at the event.


Program


8:30am:  Registration 


9:00-9:30am: Welcome to Country & Smoking Ceremony


Welcome to Country which will be followed by a smoking ceremony and dance performance.


9:30-10:30am:  Whole Group Session 


Exploring Cultural Capabilities: Connecting with Country and Community in South-East Queensland with Aunty Robyn Williams and Michaela Williams


10:30-10:50am: Morning Tea 


11:00-12:00pm: Breakout Session 1 


  • Storytelling Connects Us with Aunty Janice Rocca and Michelle Raikuna-Jones from Raindrops of Diversity.
  • Seasonal Calendar with Uncle Barry Watson from Barry Watson Consulting.
  • Healing Together: Creating Connected Spaces for Jarjums through Intergenerational Trauma Awareness with Louisa Whettam from Ngiyambalgarra Consultancy.
  • Yarn and Weave with Bowie Solutions from Bowie Solutions Cultural Content Specialists.
  • Connecting Through Songlines: A Creative Yarn with Aunty Faith


12:15-1:00pm:  Panel Session 

Our presenters will join a panel for an insightful discussion on fostering reciprocal relationships by establishing community connections with Indigenous providers and organisations. Explore strategies to cultivate culturally safe Early Childhood settings and seamlessly integrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into your educational philosophy, pedagogies, and practices. Discover how building authentic community connections can significantly advance your journey towards Reconciliation.


1:00-2:00pm:  Lunch 


2:15-3:15pm:  Breakout Session 2 


  • Storytelling Connects Us with Aunty Janice Rocca and Michelle Raikuna-Jones from Raindrops of Diversity.
  • Seasonal Calendar with Uncle Barry Watson from Barry Watson Consulting.
  • Healing Together: Creating Connected Spaces for Jarjums through Intergenerational Trauma Awareness with Louisa Whettham from Ngiyambalgarra Consultancy.
  • Yarn and Weave with Bowie Solutions from Bowie Solutions Cultural Content Specialists.
  • Connecting Through Songlines: A Creative Yarn with Aunty Faith



3:15-3:30pm: Short Break


3:30-4:30pm: Closing Session – Whole Group 


Reflective Pathways for Change: Creating Ways of Being and Doing through Integrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives in Education Settings 


We will hear from two early childhood centres about their transformative journeys of Reconciliation. These stories will inspire us and provide practical insights into how we can foster genuine Reconciliation in our own contexts. 


We will then close the day with a collaborative workshop. This will guide us to reflect on how the presentations have strengthened our commitment to embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into our pedagogies. We will transform these insightful learnings into actionable steps, to ensure that we honour and celebrate First Nations culture with our Bauls (heads), Dulgos (hearts), and Dunngunns (hands) in our daily practices.


Date & Time
Saturday October 26, 2024
8:30 AM 4:30 PM (Australia/Brisbane)
Location

Griffith University, Logan Campus

68 University Dr, Meadowbrook QLD 4131
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Phoenix Support for Educators Pty Ltd

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