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CAAMA Reading Tracks Interview

Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association Presentation on Reading Tracks

Nov 28, 2018

I recently presented to the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA). Teghan Hughes from CAAMA interviewed Margaret James (Reading Tracks) together with Benedict Stevens and Marjorie Williams to find out more about the books and the collaboration process. Read the CAAMA article Aboriginal Literacy Books to Teach Reading, Tracking and Hunting Listen to the CAAMA…

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New Reading Tracks books bring literacy and culture - Drive Interview

ABC Drive interview: new books bring literacy and culture

Nov 26, 2018

Alex Barwick from ABC Drive interviews indigenous elders Marjorie Williams and Benedict Stevens together with Margaret James about the new book series ‘Reading Tracks’. Interview: 8.5 mins New Reading Tracks books bring literacy and culture – Drive Interview

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Katherine Times New Series to Close Reading Gap

The Katherine Times covers Reading Tracks

Nov 14, 2018

Roxanne Fitzgerald from the Katherine Times reported recently on Reading Tracks. Full article here: New Series to Close The Reading Gap Roxanne Fitzgerald October 29 2018 A new series of 22 books aimed at older, Indigenous students are helping to ‘close the gap’ when it comes to encouraging teenagers who are behind their peers in…

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Reading Tracks Product Overview

Margaret launching the new Reading Tracks books in Perth!

Aug 31, 2018

On 30th August Margaret James was interviewed by Jenny Seaton about the new Reading Tracks books.  For more information visit us at: www.readingtracks.com.au

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Margaret James being interviewed by FM 89.7 in Perth on the 29th August 2018 about the fabulous new Reading Tracks books

Aug 31, 2018

  Enjoy learning a bit more about our new READING TRACKS books by listening to Margaret James speaking to Sue Myc on FM 89.7  at  ECU, Perth, on the 29th August 2018.

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Impromptu reading in the desert!

Aug 12, 2016

An inquisitive little girl enjoys a one-on-one impromptu reading session with Honey Ant Readers’ Jo Relic in her own beautiful community of Kiwirrkurra, WA – empowered by her knowledge of the countryside and characters in the Honey Ant Readers, which reflect her own world.

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Playing with numbers and measurement in Kiwirrkurra

Aug 11, 2016

There’s no measure to what can be learnt using a HAR tape-measure! Margaret and a local artist having fun experimenting with numbers, sizes, lengths and widths – and language –  in the Women’s Art Centre in Kiwirrkurra WA.

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Students having fun creating stories using HARs Conversation cards

Aug 9, 2016

In the middle of the Gibson Desert, WA, is an inspiring little school where the students’ country, language and culture are respected and paramount to their learning. Life on the land is integrated with their daily lives, and understood by the teachers at Kiwirrkurra School. We (Margaret James and Joe Relic, from the Honey Ant…

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HARs meet the adults in Kiwirrkurra, WA

Aug 9, 2016

We always enjoy sharing our ideas with the community, and ensuring that they feel part of what we are doing in their schools. On this trip to the extraordinary, very remote community of  Kiwirrkurra, in WA, we showed them our new interactive iBooks which replicate our hard copy Honey Ant Readers Activity Books. Being amongst…

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