Access the toolkit and report
We are working towards a vision for an education system that is more culturally inclusive and responsive, and that values and respects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and living cultures.
AITSL worked collaboratively and consulted with the profession, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education experts, students, families, and communities to develop a professional learning toolkit. The toolkit provides resources to support the intercultural development of teachers to enhance their culturally responsive teaching practice.
To begin your professional learning, you might like to access the intercultural development self-reflection tool as a starting point, then explore the intercultural development continuum and intercultural development capability framework for more information.
This report calls for institutional action at the school, system, sector and national level, supporting teachers to enhance and enrich their practice and to maximise student outcomes by developing their intercultural responsiveness.
AITSL reviewed the evidence and partnered with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education experts and the profession to develop this report with guidance from the Advisory Group for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education (AGATSIE), and in
consultation with the teaching profession, students, families, and communities.
AITSL acknowledges their generous input to the report and the important body of work it represents and is grateful for the opportunity to have learned from them throughout the course of this project.