TIPIAC Teaching Indigenous Perspectives In the Australian Curriculum was born out of the need for more Indigenous resources and lesson plans in Australian schools. At TIPIAC we are able to facilitate that as we are teachers and staff from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. With the establishment of TIPIAC teachers and schools now have easy access to resources and background knowledge of Indigenous culture they can easily and confidently implement. We believe that walking together to weave Indigenous culture into the Australian curriculum will revolutionise our classrooms and wider communities.


At TIPIAC we are here to help reduce your work load and close the educational gap of Indigenous children. We know teachers are time poor with the never ending paperwork and “to-do-lists” and Indigenous perspective is under represented in schools. Our quality resources save your teachers and staff time from having to research, develop and produce Indigenous lesson plans that are informative, true and engaging. Allowing teachers to focus on teaching whilst we focus on our specialty – Indigenous perspective. This ensures our resources are current as well as alleviates the pressure from teachers to create a lesson plan whom may or may not have the cultural knowledge or background to apply indigenous perspectives. 

We believe that TIPIAC’s resources will aid in providing our children with a sense of belonging at school and gain a love of learning that positively influences not only their lives but the lives and perspectives of their families and friends. 

 The TIPIAC community are here to help build a stronger connection between schools and Indigenous communities through our online learning platform and resources so our children have a stronger connection to school and feel both they and their culture is valued. 


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our team

Bronwyn Cochrane


With 20 years experience in the Education system as an Aboriginal teacher, Bronwyn is passionate about helping teachers feel confident in teaching Indigenous perspectives. Bronwyn wants to help revolutionise the Australian curriculum by bringing Indigenous perspectives into every part of the curriculum. 

Lena-Jade Cochrane


With 3 years experience in developing graphics and art for content, Lena-Jade is passionate about sharing her culture and learning more about Aboriginal culture and history. A keen artists who enjoys photography.

Coby Cochrane


Coby has over 5 years experience in producing films. He has a year to go to complete his Bachelor of Film and Media Production at university. Coby enjoys creating innovative films that showcase his culture and Australia’s true history. He enjoys playing games and watching films.