We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which our Graduate School stands. We pay our respects to the Elders, past, present, and emerging, for they hold Indigenous Australia's memories, traditions, cultures, and hopes.
We must never forget that under the concrete and asphalt, the land, sea, and waterways were and always will be traditional Indigenous land.
Teaching in partnership with the Yambirrpa schools
The Melbourne Graduate School of Education's partnership with the Yambirrpa schools provides the opportunity for pre-service teachers to complete a two or four-week, self-funded placement in a remote Homeland Learning Centre in Arnhem Land.
- NAIDOC Week 2021
Learn about this year's NAIDOC theme: Heal Country! Calling on us to continue to seek greater protections for our lands, our waters, our sacred sites and our cultural heritage from exploitation, desecration, and destruction.
- Indigenous resources
An ever growing list of Indigenous focused content from book to podcasts and everything in between.
- Australian Literature’s Great Silence
A new study suggests that we must question the very white stories told in our classrooms
- Talking Teaching on Indigenous Education
The kids are alright but is the education system? Flipping the conversation on Indigenous education
- Into this silence the children said – we are not the problem we are the solution
By Dr Melitta Hogarth
- There’s little reason for optimism about Closing the Gap, despite changes to education targets
By Dr Melitta Hogarth
- Dean's Lecture: Professor Megan Davis
Professor Megan Davis discusses the wide consultation process that led to the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
- Faces of MGSE: Josh Cubillo
"The education afforded to me at MGSE has empowered me to disrupt curriculum that has worked to silence Indigenous knowledges." Josh Cubillo - Master of Education
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Curricula
The Curricula Project aims to empower all teachers to integrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures in their teaching.
This is your opportunity to learn about Victoria’s Aboriginal people – their history, culture, connection to place and hopes for the future. It’s anonymous, so don’t be shy. What will you ask?
Learn about the important business of treaty making
The Agreements, Treaties and Negotiated Settlements (ATNS) launches its fresh new website and recently increased collection of agreements and resources.
Uluru Statement From The Heart
Read by First Nations peoples. Music by Midnight Oil.
Divisional Indigenous Development Plan (DIDP)
Learn about our commitments to contribute to Indigenous development and wellbeing through our research, teaching and learning, and engagement resources.