Watch our online event with Jasmine Seymour, a Dharug woman, artist and primary school teacher, in conversation with Story Box Library’s CEO and founder, Nicole Brownlee.

Learn about how educators can facilitate First Nations’ stories confidently in the classroom, and use children’s literature for greater awareness and understanding of First Nations’ heroes and histories, and special guest Chloe Lumsden shares how to build a meaningful Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) for your school community.

Download presentation slides and educator resources focused on First Nations’ stories, storytellers, histories and more. Links below or in the video description. 

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Note: Due to technical difficulties, a small portion of this presentation was not recorded.

Watching this webinar will contribute towards meeting Australian Professional Standards for Teachers, and will provide learning that contributes towards LIANZA professional registration. ALIA Professional Members can reflect on this event to claim PD hours in the ALIA PD Scheme. Certificates available upon request.

Read more about Jasmine’s work on our blog, Stories keep languages and histories alive: why we’ve chosen to celebrate Jasmine Seymour’s Baby Business in our library.

Explore Story Box Library’s online events for educators here.