DVD Videos

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  • Little Bit by Little Bit... That's the Way we Learn

    Teaching & Learning Resource for Adult Indigenous Students

    This series includes 4 books (6 units in each), a DVD and an audio CD. It supports delivery of Certificates I and II in Spoken and Written English. There are four topics, introduction to study and CSWE, communication technologies, sports and cultural festivals and travel. 

  • Aboriginal Site Specific Maths Project

    This package of site specific problem-solving activities for children is based on social and environmental contexts in five Indigenous communities.

    The package consists of:

    • a portfolio of 15 illustrated activities and moveable pieces
    • a CD-ROM to facilitate reproduction (or customisation) of the activities
    • a DVD which explains how teachers can develop their own site specific materials.
    This product is available in multiple languages.
  • Hearing is for Life

    This video demonstrates how to look after children’s ears and hearing, to prevent otitis media. This title is currently only available in VHS format, not DVD.

  • Blow Not Wipe

    Children demonstrate a nose-blowing song as part of Ali Curung Healthy Ears project.

  • Toy Making

    Using local materials, women from Galiwin’ku and neighbouring communities share their toy-making skills.

  • Growing Up With Culture Strong

    This video describes different types of childcare centres, playgroups, health and nutrition programs as well as school programs on 15 communities in the Northern Territory.

  • Designing a Childcare Centre

    Two women from Galiwin’ku community visit four childcare centres in the Darwin region, to see different designs and spaces used by children and staff. The narration is in Djambarrpuyngu with an English translation. This item is also available in limited quantities of VHS (video) format, for the same price. Please specify in the comments field of your order if you require VHS.

  • Intem-antey Anem

    These things will always be

    A DVD of films that represent life at Utopia. The films document a language, art and bush medicine project that commenced in 2008.

    Utopia is located on the traditional lands of the Alyawarr and Anmatyerr peoples, approximately 300km northeast of Alice Springs. Utopia comprises 16 or so small communities dotted throughout the Sandover region.

    Some of the bush medicines in the films are:
    ilpengk - a liniment,
    arnwekety - a spiny plant used to treat warts,
    lywemp-lywemp - a bush cosmetic

  • Tiddalik the Frog

    The Flood-maker

    An animation created by students studying the Bachelor of Arts (Languages and Linguistics) at Batchelor Institute in 2009. The animation tells the dreamtime story about a thirsty frog who drank all the rivers and lakes dry, and how all of the animals banded together to get the water back.

  • Utopia Claymation

    A colourful clay animation made through a collaboration of Batchelor Institute students with Arlparra Secondary School in 2009. This DVD is in the Anmatyerr language.

  • Ingkerr Anyentantey

    Everything is one

    This DVD is a 15 minute documentary covering the exhibition 'The language of Batik' in the small community of Utopia, north east of Alice Springs. It shows the connection between the country, plants, their medicinal uses and how it is translated into Batik art. This DVD is the product of a collaboration between students studying language and arts courses at Batchelor Institute in 2010.

  • Yurntumu-Wardingki Juju-Ngaliya-Kurlangu Yawulyu: Warlpiri Women's Songs from Yuendumu

    Yawulyu have been passed down through many generations of Warlpiri women. In this book, the juju-ngaliya ‘ritual experts’ from Yuendumu, present four yawulyu song series which follow the journeys of a number of ancestral beings across Warlpiri country. Chapter 1 presents the Minamina yawulyu songs and associated story of a group of ancestral women as they emerge from this site in the far west of Warlpiri country and begin their journey eastwards.