International Conference 2003 - Papers
|International conference report 2003 |
|Outline Report on the NRDC international conference 20-22 March, 2003|
What Counts as Evidence for What Purposes in Research in Adult Literacy, Numeracy and ESOL?
|Programme for the conference on 20-22 March 2003 in Nottingham|
What counts as evidence for what purposes in research in adult literacy, numeracy and ESOL?
|A View from somewhere: Identity and Collective Memory Work |
All views are partial, and located somewhere.
|Accounting for not Counting: Ethnography and Literacy in South Africa|
Paper to be presented at National Research and Development Centre (NRDC) Conference: 'What counts as evidence for what purposes in research in adult literacy, numeracy and ESOL?' Nottingham, March 2003
|Effective instruction for Adult ESL Literacy Students|
Findings from the 'What Works' Study
|ICT and adult literacy and numeracy - what counts as evidence?|
|Identifying effective workplace basic skills strategies for enhancing employee development and productivity|
This is a report of the scoping and pilot studies conducted between September 2002 and June 2003 as part of a longitudinal study that aims to examine the effectiveness of workplace-linked literacy, language and numeracy programmes.
|Looking for adults' mathematics in work|
Discuss and present an analytical tool for investigating adults' mathematics in work
|Using Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods to examine Teachers' Attitudes to Educational Change|
The Case of the Skills for Life Strategy for Improving Adult Literacy and Numeracy Skills in England
|Teacher research into adult numeracy: |
Exploring the Moorland (and the planetary system, the building site and the sky with clouds)
| What counts as evidence in health and literacy? |
|What counts as evidence? Experiences from Ireland|
|Why do some people find it so hard to learn how to read? |
And how should we interpret the explanations we have been offered?
|Evidence-based Adult education|
A Perspective from the United States
|Teacher research in adult numeracy: exploring the Moorland|
|What's different about rural research|