Aboriginal 8 Ways teacher stamps - 17mm - Self Inking
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FREE SHIPPING on our Aboriginal 8 Ways Learning set of 8 stamps -17 mm in diametre - depicting the Aboriginal 8 ways symbols.
Available in Black ink.
Aboriginal 8 Ways Learning
We have manufactured a set of 8 Stamps for use on your students’ and teachers’ paperwork. The symbols form such an integral part of the 8 Ways teachings therefore these stamps are a great teaching aid, something that the students will easily identify with.
Tell a story – Make a Plan – Think and do – Draw it – Take it outside – Try a new way – Watch first, then do – Share it with others.
This Aboriginal pedagogy framework is expressed as eight interconnected pedagogies involving narrative-driven learning, visualised learning processes, hands-on/reflective techniques, use of symbols/metaphors, land-based learning, indirect/synergistic logic, modelled/scaffolded genre mastery, and connectedness to community however every place , every People, have their own unique pedagogies. These 8 simple symbols are merely a starting point for dialogue. Each school engages in a different way, and produces its own unique frameworks for Aboriginal education through dialogue with the community about local ways of doing things.
The 8 Ways framework is a NSW Department of Education initiative. Ownership of Indigenous Knowledge works belong to Individuals and groups. Permission sought from the original source is a requirement, out of courtesy. Examples of work from communities and individuals guided by this framework should be respected at all times.
We have 2 sizes available to purchase. The Self Inking set has an image area of 17 mm. The Hand Stamp has an image area of 22 mm and includes a black stamp pad.
The Self Inking Stamps are available in black ink and are easily re-inked when the image starts to fade.
It is extremely important that the correct ink is used when re-inking your stamps or stamp pad. Failure to do so could result in permanent damage to your stamps so instruction on how to re-ink or change your pad are included with the stamp kits. It is also advisable to store your stamps out of direct sunlight to reduce the chance of the ink evaporating.