Mrs Faye Blanch

Senior Lecturer

College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences

place Yunggorendi Mande Building (2.16)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia
Research expertise
Australian cultural history
Curriculum and pedagogy
Indigenous identities
Research interests

Rap and Hip Hop as a tool for engaging Indigenous students
Decolonising methodologies

Indigenous Research Methodologies

collaboration as research method

unbounb/bound Acts 1,2,3

Teaching interests

Teaching and supporting Indigenous students in their journey of learning as well as working with pre-service teachers to consider socially just ways to engage with Indigenous students and to implement strategies that work for Indigenous students and not against them. Being informed about the exicitng things happening in our community and to be critically aware at all times of how our students engage in a culturally safe and ethical learning space. I have a strong interest in secondary schooling and Indigenous student engagement and commitment to their learning.

Topic coordinator
EDUC2420 Teaching IndigenousAustralianStudents
EDUC9400 Teaching Indigenous Australian Students
AUST9000 Indigenous Research Methodologies
Publications
Expert for media contact
Aboriginal issues
Education - Aboriginal
Feminism
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0427 398 713
Media expertise
  • Aboriginal issues
  • Education - Aboriginal
  • Feminism