Teaching and Learning in Aboriginal Education helps pre-service teachers prepare themselves for the challenges and joys of teaching Aboriginal students in urban, remote and rural primary and secondary schools. The book balances the practical, personal and theoretical to convey the richness of diversity to be found within Australian classrooms. This second editions replaces Teaching and Learning in Indigenous Education. Based on personal experiences and those of other teachers in Australia, the book is organized with basic chapters, subheadings, information boxes, and quotes. This resource is practical and offers students discussion questions at the end of each chapter. The book contains a helpful index and bibliography. Written by Neil Harrison, Senior Lecturer, School of Education, Macquarie University in Australia, the book offers new teachers a look at Australian Aboriginal Ways of Learning; Quality Teaching Practices for Aboriginal Children; Teaching Reading and Writing with Aboriginal Children; Incorporating Aboriginal English into the Classroom; Behaviour Management; Building Relationships with the Parents; and Teaching Australian Aboriginal Perspectives to Non-Indigenous Students. This second additions includes new chapters such as Chapter 2 Recognising our History explores Aboriginal history to ensure that pre-service teachers have the skills to incorporate the new requirements of the national curriculum to incorporate Aboriginal Perspectives into all aspects of teaching; Chapter 7 Aboriginal Children as powerful Mathematicians, contributed by Peter Howard and Bob Perry, explores how to connect mathematics in the classroom with the life experiences of mathematics in the everyday life of Aboriginal students; and a new section in Chapter 4 Quality Teaching Practices for Aboriginal Children, contributed by Peter Merrotsy, explores working with gifted and talented Aboriginal children to ensure that they don't become invisible underachievers.