Articles and reflections on successful methods of working, topics of interest and sharing good practice within Clare Family Learning Project have been published over the years:
Flanagan, M., Sheahan, C. (2013). Roma Families Learning – The Importance of Parental Involvement in Children’s Education. In Haugh, K. (Ed.) Research Conference Journal Volume 3 (2013).
Schliepach, M. (2012). Parents’ Views of the Outcomes and the Values of Family Literacy Courses in County Clare, Ireland. In Haugh, K. (Ed.) Research Conference Journal Volume 2(2012).
Flanagan, M. (2009). Connecting Family Learning and Active Citizenship. In Fleming, T. et al. (Eds) The Adult Learner 2009. The Irish Journal of Adult and Community Education. Aontas: Dublin
Flanagan, M. (2009). Family Learning as a Way of Engaging Adult Learners in Burgess, A. et al. (Eds.) RaPAL Journal No. 67 p.1, Image Printing: Derbyshire.
Flanagan, M. (2008). Traveller Learners Succeed Through Family Learning in Lawless, K. (Ed.) Literacy Review, NALA: Dublin
Flanagan, M. (2007). Accredited Family Learning Modules in Ramsey, E. (Ed.) NALA Journal Spring 2007. NALA: Dublin.
Flanagan, M. (2006). The Design, Implementation and Evaluation of a Family Literacy Course for Parents of Primary School Children in County Clare. In Colleran, N. (Ed.) From the Inside Out: Emerging Perspectives in Adult and Further Education in Ireland. Tipperary, Ireland: Tipperary (NR) Vocational Education Committee.
Flanagan, M. (2005). Listening to Students in Family Literacy Work. In Byrne, T. (Ed.) NALA Journal Spring 2005. NALA: Dublin.
Green M. and Webb, J. (2004) Family Literacy and Parenting Courses: What are the differences? In NALA Journal, Summer 2004.