Linguist and Author of the Honey Ant Readers, Margaret James, explains the theory, pedagogy and context behind the resources and the research that motivated her to create the resources.
Learn about the activities, songs, games and rhymes that are available which support the reading resources and why they are an integral part of the Honey Ant Readers' learn to read process.
Fly in to the Western Australian Desert and discover how the Honey Ant Readers are supporting remote communities with their transition in to the digital age. HAR's suite of digital resources including tablet activities and interactive eBook's are engaging and culturally appropriate.
The Honey Ant Readers say a huge thank you to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation for making a financial contribution in support of our translated editions of HAR books 1 - 3.
HAR Author Margaret James regularly engages with remote communities to gain feedback on recent HAR editions and products to ensure their effectiveness and suitability in an ever growing and changing environment.
HAR trial and test all products on the ground in remote communities to gain feedback in order to improve the resources. In this video, HAR capture students enjoying the tablet resources.
Interactive white boards have revolutionised teaching in the modern classroom. HAR are at the forefront of this movement, providing remote communities with culturally relevant eBook resources. This provides remote Indigenous students with opportunities to interact with familiar and engaging material.