Literacy Winner 2014 Janet Maybin with Mark Sweeney of Wiley Blackwell and Cathy Burnett of Sheffield Hallam University

Literacy Winner 2014 Janet Maybin with Mark Sweeney of Wiley Blackwell and Cathy Burnett of Sheffield Hallam University

Journal of Research in Reading Winner 2014 Yvonne Griffiths with Mark Sweeney of Wiley Blackwell

Journal of Research in Reading Winner 2014 Yvonne Griffiths with Mark Sweeney of Wiley Blackwell

UKLA Wiley-Blackwell Research in Literacy Education Award

The UKLA/ Wiley-Blackwell Research in Literacy Education Award is a prestigious prize bestowed on the best article in the Journal of Research in Reading (JRR) and Literacy in the previous year. Both are peer-reviewed journals with international reputations for excellence.

The shortlists are chosen by working parties convened by the editors of JRR and Literacy, this year Cathy Burnett & Julia Davies and Julia Caroll.  Awards to the winning authors will be presented at the 51st UKLA International Conference in Nottingham.

JRR Shortlist

 

Booth,J., Boyle,J. & Kelly,S. (2014)The relationship between inhibition and working memory in predicting children’s reading difficulties Vol. 37 (1)  

Chen,V. & Savage, R. (2014) Evidence for a simplicity principle: teaching common complex grapheme-to-phonemes improves reading and motivation in at-risk readers Vol 37 (2)

Jesson,R. & Limbrick, L. (2014) Can gains from early literacy interventions be sustained? The case of Reading Recovery Vol. 37 ( 1)

Kruk,R.S., Mayer,J. & Funk,L. (2014) The predictive relations between non-alphanumeric rapid naming and growth in regular and irregular word decoding in at-risk readers Vol. 37 (1)

Rojas-Drummond,S.& Mazon,N.,  Littleton,K.& Velez,M. (2014) Developing reading comprehension through collaborative learning Vol. 37 (2)

 

Literacy shortlist

Comber,B. (2014) Literacy, poverty and schooling: what matters in young people’s education? Vol 48 (3)

Daniels,K. (2014) Cultural agents creating texts: a collaborative space adventure Vol. 48 (2)

Dunn,J.,Niens,U., &McMillan,D. (2014)”Cos he’s my favourite character!” A children’s rights approach to the use of popular culture in teaching literacy Vol 48 (1)

Friedrich,N., Anderson,J.& Morrison,F. (2014) Culturally appropriate pedagogy in a bilingual family literacy programme Vol. 48 (2)

Hanke,V. (2014) Guided reading: young pupils’ perspectives on classroom practice Vol.48 (3)

Jones, S. (2014)“How people read and write and they don’t even notice”: everyday lives and literacies on a Midlands council estate Vol.48 (2)

 

Criteria for the UKLA/Wiley-Blackwell Award:

  • Relevance to readership – taking account of an international readership
  • Accessibility to a knowledgeable readership
  • Original content which contributes significantly to existing knowledge or the development of new knowledge, policy or strategy
  • Clear theoretical position
  • Methodologically sound research processes /design appropriate to the theoretical standpoint
  • Sound level of critical analysis
  • Relevant and appropriate citation base  

Panel chair Jackie Marsh, panel members: Lynda Graham, Colin Harrison, Christine Hill, Clare Kelly, Janet Maybin, Becky Parry, Carole Torgerson and Wayne Tennent


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