YuMi Deadly Maths

 
Yumi Deadly Maths 2
 
April 29 : 4:30-5:30pm EST
YuMi Deadly Maths ~ what it is and how it works
Presenters: Grace Sarra and Robyn Anderson

The webinar will be discussing YuMi Deadly Maths – what it is and how it works. Within these program we aim to:

  • facilitate whole school change that builds pride and positive identity, emphasises high expectations, and strengthens relationships with community
  • enhance student learning at all levels: early childhood, middle school, senior school and post-compulsory
  • support school and TAFE staff to teach effectively
  • develop decolonising research methodologies to empower the researched

The YuMi Deadly Centre's vision is Growing community through education. Through research and tailored programs, the YuMi Deadly Centre strives to enhance the learning of Indigenous and non-Indigenous children, young people and adults to improve their opportunities for further education, training and employment, and to equip them for lifelong learning.
Find out more at the Yumi Deadly Centre website: ydc@qut.edu.au

Webinar Video YuMi Deadly Maths

Dr Grace Sarra and Robyn Anderson discuss YuMi Deadly Maths – what it is and how it works.