Breakfast seminar on dyslexia
Statped R&D on new research and dyslexia
This page is not available in English. Below is the Norwegian page translated by Google.
Anne Cathrine Thurmann-Moe presents preliminary findings from her doctoral thesis on articulatory support in reading education. The project is two-fold and examines whether an articulatory approach in basic reading instruction works for A: students with severe dyslexia and B: first-grade students with delayed written language development. The project is part-financed by the NFR and is a collaboration between Statped and the Institute of Special Education.
Anette Andresen , Statped's speech therapist, presents findings from her doctoral thesis on how tithing classes with dyslexia tackle multimedia learning. The study was conducted under the auspices of the Department of Special Education, UiO.
Finally, a joint discussion is planned based on these posts.
A simple breakfast is served between 11:00 and 11:00. 08: 00-08: 30. Program start at 8.30.