This unit challenges students to work individually and collaboratively to inquire into a range of knowledge systems across a range of areas of human activity. They consider the role, nature and development of knowledge as a social construction across a variety of cultures - their own Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander culture, a western culture and another culture of their choice. Students will consider fundamental questions such as: What is knowledge? How do I/we know? What do I/we know? Where/How is knowledge situated? How do I/we enact knowledge? They will consider the relevance of their inquiry into knowledge in terms of their own community, their values, ethics and modern life, including the impact of technologies.
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