Literacy and numeracy

Aboriginal/Indigenous students in high school: Understanding their motivation, engagement, academic buoyancy, and achievement

Academic buoyancy has been defined as a capacity to overcome setbacks, challenges, and difficulties that are part of everyday academic life.

Responding to Indigenous students' and their communities' voiced experiences regarding effective teaching practices: a catholic education initiative

The study presents the outcomes of the first two phases of a four phase Australian-based research initiative which seeks to support a better understanding of classroom practices that have value in

Co-designing Indigenous education policy in Queensland

The Australian Government consistently reports the lack of progress in relation to improving educational outcomes for Indigenous Australians.

Cultivating Capability: Explicating Critical Psychosocial Drivers of Educational Outcomes and Wellbeing for High-Ability Aboriginal Students

The project has conceptualised and validated a new multidimensional model and measure of wellbeing for Aboriginal high-ability students.

Adult literacy and Aboriginal community well-being in western NSW

Adult literacy and Aboriginal community well-being in western NSW. This project aims to examine the effect of an adult literacy campaign on Aboriginal communities in New South Wales.

Aboriginal adult literacy campaign

In 2012, the remote Aboriginal community of Wilcannia in western NSW hosted the first Australian pilot of a Cuban mass adult literacy campaign model known as Yes I Can.

“In Their Own Voice”—Incorporating Underlying Social Determinants into Aboriginal Health Promotion Programs 

Despite growing acknowledgement of the socially determined nature of health disparities among Aboriginal people, how to respond to this within health promotion programs can be challenging.