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In: Voices From the Margins

1 Setting the Scene Experiences in infancy, early childhood and childhood are pivotal to the future health, development and wellbeing of an individual. Accordingly, a positive start to life provides the essential foundation for the likelihood that a child reaches their full potential ( Black

In: Harnessing the Transformative Power of Education

training and community sectors researching, evaluating and developing initiatives that embrace this way of working. The word partnership is a broad overarching term to cover a range of interchangeable terms such as network, cluster, alliance, collaboration, collective or joined-up approach ( Black, 2008

In: Harnessing the Transformative Power of Education

. ( 1998 ). Black and white educational theorizing: An evaluation of the impact of “Aboriginal learning styles” theory on Australian aboriginal education . Ngoonjook , 15 , 32 – 60 . Purdie , N. , & Buckley , S. ( 2010 ). School attendance and retention of Indigenous Australian students (Issues

In: Harnessing the Transformative Power of Education

.1016/j.socscimed.2012.01.026 Equay-Wuk . ( 2012 , January 5 ) What is lateral violence? [Online handout]. Retrieved from http://www.equaywuk.ca/HFHNDVT/WhatIsLateralViolence.pdf Fanon , F. ( 1963 ). The wretched of the earth . New York, NY : Gove Press . Fanon , F. ( 1967 ). Black skins

In: Harnessing the Transformative Power of Education

for. And then to understand what relationship one can have to knowledge, one can have a relationship without things being definitely right or wrong. One can learn more; raise more questions where knowledge is not black or white. That is the relationship they have experienced. I think that is the most

In: Games and Education: Designs in and for Learning