Online training for
Multicultural Education

Multicultural Education

Multicultural Education supports a vision of New South Wales as a community which values and benefits from its cultural and linguistic diversity to fully realise its social, cultural and economic potential.

The Principles of Multiculturalism

  • provide the framework within which multicultural education is implemented
  • recognise and value the different linguistic, religious and ethnic backgrounds of the people of New South Wales
  • promote the equal rights and responsibilities of all people
Classroom
  • Anti-racism education

    Anti-Racism Education

  • English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EAL/D)

    English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EAL/D)

  • Culturally inclusive curriculum

    Culturally Inclusive Curriculum

  • New Arrivals Program

    New Arrivals Program

  • Refugee support programs

    Refugee Support Programs

  • Community relations and community harmony

    Community Relations and Community Harmony

  • Translation and interpreting services

    Translation and Interpreting Services

Coming soon...

2 new courses:

  • Culturally Inclusive Teaching and Learning
  • Supporting Students from a Refugee Background

These are designed to support teachers and other teaching staff to develop an improved understanding, evaluate current practice, and develop strategies to support students in the classroom.

A new resource:

  • Opening the School Gate

Unlike courses, this is not tutored or supervised. The resource provides a range of practical strategies to assist in engaging migrant and refugee families, and creating a culturally inclusive school environment.

Trials will be taking place during July. Launch dates will be published soon.