Research Mobilities in Primary Literacy Education is investigating how literacy research evidence moves to and between primary teachers and what happens to it as it does so.
The project involves primary teachers from across England as well as educational leaders, researchers, policy makers and representatives form a range of educational and research organisations. It is a collaboration between Professor Cathy Burnett and Dr Gill Adams from Sheffield Hallam University, Professor Julia Gillen from Lancaster University and Dr Terrie Lynn Thompson from Stirling University.
Latest Blog Posts
- What can corpus linguistics tell us about primary literacy research in England?
- Exploring the movements of research in the wild
- Reflections from Literacy Research Association’s annual conference
- Not just ‘what works’ but ‘what else’ in literacy education
- The research raincloud
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This project is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ES/W000571/1)