Yarning Strong aims to reach out and engage all young people both Indigenous and non-Indigenous and deepen their awareness and understanding of what its really like to be an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person living in contemporary Australia.
Embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives, within the curriculum has long been considered best pedagogical practice for schools. Yarning Strong offers a comprehensive and accessible resource that educators can use without fear of causing offence or perpetuating inaccurate stereotypes.
Yarning Strong has been developed for years 36 of primary school and is also suitable for the first two years of secondary school.
To view some online samples of titles from Yarning Strong, please CLICK HERE.