Students plan and conduct a science investigation by extending their knowledge in an Indigenous context.
Students show interest, ask questions, share what they think they know, and interact with science through Indigenous perspectives.
Students re-represent their understanding and reflect on their learning journey. Teachers and AEIOs collect evidence about students' achievements.
Teachers, AEIOs, Indigenous community members and students share ideas that support students' developing understanding of current scientific explanations and vocabulary. Students represent their understanding using literacy skills.
Teachers, AIEOs, Indigenous community members and students explore a range of hands-on science phenomena through Indigenous perspectives. Students build on their literacy skills and various modes to represent their developing understanding.
Teachers and Aboriginal and Islander Education Officers (AIEOs) 'yarn' about the Primary Connections Indigenous Perspectives framework and the impact of its application in the classroom.
Teachers describe how the 5E framework is used to plan units to address students' needs and interests.