Tracy Woodroffe is a Luritja/Warumungu woman who was born in Darwin.
As an educator with 25 years of experience, Tracy has taught in the Early Childhood, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary sectors; currently lecturing at Charles Darwin University in the School of Indigenous Knowledges and Public Policy (SIKPP). She lectures within SIKPP and into the School of Education about colonisation, teaching Indigenous learners, pedagogy, and Indigenous knowledges in the education system.
Since completing a Master of Education, Tracy is now involved in PhD study increasing the knowledge and skills needed to further improve the educational outcomes of Indigenous students.
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