Book Volume 12 2017

History of Bilingual Education in the Northern Territory

People, Programs and Policies

ISBN: 978-981-10-2076-6 (Print) 978-981-10-2078-0 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxvii

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    A Thematic History of Bilingual Education in the Northern Territory

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    Pages 11-25

    A Glimmer of Possibility

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    Pages 27-33

    Reflecting on Team Teaching

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    Pages 35-48

    ‘Bilingual Time’ at Willowra: The Beginnings of a Community-Initiated Program, 1976–1977

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    Pages 49-60

    Lessons Learned from Bilingual Education

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    Pages 61-71

    Starting Out at Bamyili: Factors Specific to the Development of the Kriol Program

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    Pages 73-84

    Boom and then Bust: Lessons Learnt from My Time Teaching in Three Bilingual Schools in the Northern Territory

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    Pages 85-99

    The Policy Framework for Bilingual Education in Australian Indigenous Languages in the Northern Territory

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    Pages 101-112

    Consolidation, Power Through Leadership and Pedagogy, and the Rise of Accountability, 1980–1998

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    Pages 113-126

    The Development of Successful Bilingual, Biliterate and Bicultural Pedagogy: Place for Tiwi Teachers and Tiwi Language in Learning

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    Pages 127-139

    Developing Local Curriculum Materials—Learning Metaphors, Insightful Collaborations, Community Involvement

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    Pages 141-148

    The Quest for Community Control at Yirrkala School

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    Pages 149-163

    Language Revitalisation in a Bilingual Program—The Case of Numbulwar School

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    Pages 165-178

    Threatened Closure: Resistance and Compromise (1998–2000)

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    Pages 179-184

    Defending Our Program at Wadeye

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    Pages 185-202

    Sources of Evidence on Student Achievement in Northern Territory Bilingual Education Programs

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    Pages 203-218

    Policy Change in 2008: Evidence-Based or a Knee-Jerk Response?

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    Pages 219-236

    The Areyonga Case: U t u l u Kutju Nintiringanyi ‘Learning Together’

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    Pages 237-246

    Policy and Practice Now

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    Pages 247-257

    Starting Out at Yuendumu School—Teaching in Our Own Language

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