Literacy Lab

Literacy Lab

Collaborative research practices, to understand and improve children and young people's literacy experiences and outcomes


Access to talks by Literacy Lab members throughout the past year can be found here:


Open University Children’s Research Centre Seminar Series, November 2022

Sarah McGeown,  Better together: Participatory Research with Children and Young People Sarah McGeown FINAL


Language and Literacy: Communication, collaboration, co-production meeting, November 2022

Charlotte Webber and Sarah McGeown, Participatory Research Projects LALco (1)


United Kingdom Literacy Association Special Interest Group, November 2022

Charlotte Webber and Sarah McGeown, Participatory Approaches in Literacy Research SIG Meeting 1 (2)


Royal Society of Edinburgh, Specific Learning Difficulties Workshop, November 2022

Sarah McGeown, Co-designing educational programmes and interventions. RSE workshop S McGeown FINAL


British Education Research Association, September 2022

Jill Steel, Co-designing Interventions with Teachers: BERA Steel Co-design

Jill Steel, Animal Assisted Education, Wellbeing and Reading: BERA Steel Animal Assisted Learning, Wellbeing and Reading


British Psychological Society, Education Section, September 2022

Sarah McGeown, Better together: Research-practice partnerships: BPS 2022 keynote Sarah McGeown


United Kingdom Literacy Association, July 2022

Emily Oxley, Love to Read: UKLA Oxley Love to Read

Charlotte Webber, The Young People’s Reading Project: UKLA 2022 Webber


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