Tag Archives: adult literacy

Phoenix’s Story: “I Died for a Few Minutes”

Transformative learning & the road to  adult literacy/adult basic education ———————————————————————————— French sociologist, Pierre Bourdieu, once wrote: “Reality is not an absolute. It differs with the group to which one belongs.” These past three months have given us a glimpse … Continue reading

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Creating a Culture of Inquiry

SARN in 2013-2014 Believe it or not, 2013 is the 10th anniversary for the Saskatchewan Action Research Network! Our co-founders were Jennifer Bain and Janet Ward (then, Janet Galbraith). The first Saskatchewan workshop was held at SIAST Wascana with participants … Continue reading

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The Research-in-Practice Movement in British Columbia: Reflections & Possibilities

It is a great pleasure to have Dr. Marina Niks add a guest article to our SARN blog. Marina was one of the founders of the Research-in-Practice movement in British Columbia.  An inspirational leader in the field of adult education, … Continue reading

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