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prodding prying purpose

Research is prodding and prying with a purpose.
Zora Neale-Hurston

Research in practice is literacy research conducted by or with
people directly engaged in adult literacy teaching and learning.

It is a powerful way for practitioners to reflect on and
develop their practice and contribute to the direction of the field.

Research in practice includes:
- reading and responding to existing research;
- reflecting on practice in light of research;
- applying research findings to practice; and
- conducting new research about practice.

Check out the Story Project, the Podcast Project, the Archives and the Publications to see some of the ways that the Festival of Literacies has supported research in practice by and for literacy workers.

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