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Sep
07

Centralian desert

My boss, Alison Anderson MLA, featured in this fascinating ABC Hindsight series exploring the Centralian environment and its stories.

The senior people Alison is intrepreting for, and the interpreting in real time itself, is knowledge that should be valued as an economic and educational resource.  They are teachers with interesting stories to tell.  At present their stories and knowledge are confined to the informal interactions within their own immediate social environment, and irregular occasions such as the ABC series. 

What benefits could there be if their knowledge and interpretation in real time formed part of a structured learning program for young students, linking education demand and knowledge supply across Australia (and the world)?

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