Preschool education: a personal story
Beryl Edmonds: 1961 - 1976
Reaburn, Sue; Edmonda, Beryl; Early Childhood Association, Northern Territory Branch
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Beryl Edmonds is one of the first qualified preschool teachers to work in an Aboriginal community. The information contained in this presentation is taken from Beryl’s memoir and is based on letters she wrote home to her parents in her first few years at Milingimbi and beyond.
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Aborigines, Australian -- Education (Preschool); Early childhood education -- Northern Territory; Childhood education -- Northern Territory -- Personal narratives
Early Childhood Association, Northern Territory Branch
2 volumes : chiefly colour illustrations ; 21 x 30 cm.
Sue Reaburn and Early Childhood Association, Northern Territory Branch
https://hdl.handle.net/10070/443713; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/443709; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/443715
Literacy Production Centres commence Various schools developed literature departments and had permanent literacy workers. Tape recordings were made of stories given to them by members of the Aboriginal community, then the literacy workers wrote and illustrated the stories.
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