Cathy Bow

Cathy Bow

Cathy Bow is a linguist with research experience in both descriptive and applied linguistics. She currently works as project manager for the Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages, and is developing a digital shell for teaching Aboriginal languages online. She is a PhD candidate researching digital technologies and Aboriginal languages through Charles Darwin University and Australian National University.

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Teacher resources: Indigenous language materials
Teacher resources: Indigenous language materials

The promotion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures as a cross-curriculum priority provides both a challenge and an opportunity for teachers. Cathy Bow discusses how resources can be embedded into different contexts.