Australian Famous Indigenous Educators MCQs with Answer

Who was the first Indigenous woman to become a school principal in Australia?
a) Ros Moriarty
b) Lois Peeler
c) Thelma Weston
d) Shirley Smith
Answer:
c) Thelma Weston

Which educator founded the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mathematics Alliance?
a) Jack Buckskin
b) Chris Sarra
c) Rhonda Radley
d) Kaylene Butler
Answer:
d) Kaylene Butler

Who co-founded the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Independent Community School in Canberra?
a) Mary Graham
b) Henrietta Marrie
c) Pat Anderson
d) Chris Sarra
Answer:
a) Mary Graham

Which Indigenous educator established the Stronger Smarter Institute?
a) Jack Buckskin
b) Kaylene Butler
c) Chris Sarra
d) Henrietta Marrie
Answer:
c) Chris Sarra

Who was the first Aboriginal person to become a university vice-chancellor in Australia?
a) Lois Peeler
b) Peter Buckskin
c) Mick Dodson
d) Marcia Langton
Answer:
b) Peter Buckskin

Which educator co-authored the book ‘Indigenous Pathways, Transitions and Participation in Higher Education’?
a) Mary Graham
b) Pat Anderson
c) Rhonda Radley
d) Marcia Langton
Answer:
d) Marcia Langton

Who is known for their work in developing the ‘Stronger Smarter’ approach to Indigenous education?
a) Jack Buckskin
b) Thelma Weston
c) Chris Sarra
d) Lois Peeler
Answer:
c) Chris Sarra

Which educator was the recipient of the National NAIDOC Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013?
a) Shirley Smith
b) Mick Dodson
c) Lois Peeler
d) Thelma Weston
Answer:
b) Mick Dodson

Who established the Stronger Smarter Younger Initiative?
a) Mary Graham
b) Kaylene Butler
c) Chris Sarra
d) Henrietta Marrie
Answer:
c) Chris Sarra

Which Indigenous educator co-authored the ‘Cultural Competence in Health: A guide for policy, partnerships and participation’ report?
a) Pat Anderson
b) Rhonda Radley
c) Marcia Langton
d) Mary Graham
Answer:
a) Pat Anderson

Who founded the Ganbina organization supporting Indigenous youth education and employment?
a) Lois Peeler
b) Thelma Weston
c) Mick Dodson
d) Andrew Jackomos
Answer:
d) Andrew Jackomos

Which educator was a co-founder of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Higher Education Consortium?
a) Chris Sarra
b) Kaylene Butler
c) Rhonda Radley
d) Marcia Langton
Answer:
b) Kaylene Butler

Who was the principal of Australia’s first Aboriginal high school in Cherbourg, Queensland?
a) Shirley Smith
b) Mick Dodson
c) Lois Peeler
d) Thelma Weston
Answer:
a) Shirley Smith

Which Indigenous educator co-founded the Wollotuka Institute at the University of Newcastle?
a) Mary Graham
b) Henrietta Marrie
c) Pat Anderson
d) Lois Peeler
Answer:
d) Lois Peeler

Who was the first Indigenous person to be appointed as a commissioner for the Australian Human Rights Commission?
a) Mick Dodson
b) Rhonda Radley
c) Thelma Weston
d) Chris Sarra
Answer:
a) Mick Dodson

Which educator was awarded the ‘Australian of the Year’ in 2009 for her contributions to Indigenous education?
a) Marcia Langton
b) Lois Peeler
c) Pat Anderson
d) Mary Graham
Answer:
a) Marcia Langton

Who co-authored the report ‘The Little Red Yellow Black Book: An introduction to Indigenous Australia?
a) Chris Sarra
b) Pat Anderson
c) Mick Dodson
d) Marcia Langton
Answer:
b) Pat Anderson

Which educator was instrumental in the establishment of the Indigenous Education Foundation?
a) Shirley Smith
b) Andrew Jackomos
c) Rhonda Radley
d) Mick Dodson
Answer:
d) Mick Dodson

Who initiated the ‘Indigenous Culture, Education, and Community Development Program’ in Victoria?
a) Kaylene Butler
b) Thelma Weston
c) Henrietta Marrie
d) Lois Peeler
Answer:
b) Thelma Weston

Which educator founded the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Healing Foundation?
a) Pat Anderson
b) Chris Sarra
c) Mary Graham
d) Rhonda Radley
Answer:
a) Pat Anderson

Who established the National Indigenous Australians Agency?
a) Mick Dodson
b) Andrew Jackomos
c) Marcia Langton
d) Shirley Smith
Answer:
a) Mick Dodson

Which educator was a founding member of the Aboriginal Education Consultative Group?
a) Kaylene Butler
b) Thelma Weston
c) Henrietta Marrie
d) Chris Sarra
Answer:
b) Thelma Weston

Who was the first Aboriginal teacher in South Australia?
a) Mick Dodson
b) Lois Peeler
c) Shirley Smith
d) Pat Anderson
Answer:
c) Shirley Smith

Which Indigenous educator founded the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre?
a) Chris Sarra
b) Pat Anderson
c) Mary Graham
d) Marcia Langton
Answer:
b) Pat Anderson

Who co-authored the book ‘Indigenous Australians and Health: The Wombat in the Room’?
a) Thelma Weston
b) Kaylene Butler
c) Rhonda Radley
d) Chris Sarra
Answer:
a) Thelma Weston

Which educator was instrumental in the establishment of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Foundation?
a) Henrietta Marrie
b) Lois Peeler
c) Mick Dodson
d) Andrew Jackomos
Answer:
a) Henrietta Marrie

Who co-founded the ‘Stronger Smarter’ Leadership Program?
a) Chris Sarra
b) Mary Graham
c) Kaylene Butler
d) Pat Anderson
Answer:
a) Chris Sarra

Which educator was appointed as the chairperson of the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples?
a) Marcia Langton
b) Mick Dodson
c) Rhonda Radley
d) Pat Anderson
Answer:
d) Pat Anderson

Who co-authored the book ‘Reading the Country: Introduction to Nomadology’?
a) Lois Peeler
b) Shirley Smith
c) Thelma Weston
d) Mary Graham
Answer:
d) Mary Graham

Which educator founded the Stronger Smarter Learning Communities Project?
a) Kaylene Butler
b) Chris Sarra
c) Henrietta Marrie
d) Rhonda Radley
Answer:
b) Chris Sarra

Who established the Deadly Awards to recognize Indigenous achievements in various fields, including education?
a) Mick Dodson
b) Lois Peeler
c) Pat Anderson
d) Rhonda Radley
Answer:
a) Mick Dodson

Which educator was honored with the Human Rights Medal for their contributions to Indigenous education and advocacy?
a) Mary Graham
b) Thelma Weston
c) Chris Sarra
d) Marcia Langton
Answer:
c) Chris Sarra

Who co-founded the ‘Our Generation’ project advocating for Indigenous rights and education?
a) Pat Anderson
b) Mick Dodson
c) Lois Peeler
d) Andrew Jackomos
Answer:
a) Pat Anderson

Which educator established the ‘Dadirri Education’ initiative promoting cultural understanding and reconciliation?
a) Rhonda Radley
b) Mary Graham
c) Kaylene Butler
d) Shirley Smith
Answer:
b) Mary Graham

Who was the first Indigenous person to receive a PhD from an Australian university?
a) Lois Peeler
b) Chris Sarra
c) Pat Anderson
d) Mick Dodson
Answer:
d) Mick Dodson

Which educator co-authored the report ‘Every Child is Special: Placing Aboriginal Children and Youth at the Centre of Australia’s Future’?
a) Thelma Weston
b) Marcia Langton
c) Mary Graham
d) Rhonda Radley
Answer:
c) Mary Graham

Who was instrumental in establishing the Aboriginal Benefits Foundation focusing on education and health initiatives?
a) Mick Dodson
b) Pat Anderson
c) Lois Peeler
d) Chris Sarra
Answer:
a) Mick Dodson

Which educator was the first Aboriginal Australian to address the United Nations General Assembly?
a) Shirley Smith
b) Thelma Weston
c) Mick Dodson
d) Pat Anderson
Answer:
c) Mick Dodson

Who co-authored the book ‘Voices of the Land: Indigenous Australian Words and Images’?
a) Mary Graham
b) Rhonda Radley
c) Lois Peeler
d) Marcia Langton
Answer:
a) Mary Graham

Which Indigenous educator founded the ‘Stronger Smarter Early Learning’ initiative?
a) Chris Sarra
b) Kaylene Butler
c) Henrietta Marrie
d) Thelma Weston
Answer:
b) Kaylene Butler

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