"Contributions for bridging the gap between research, policies and practice –for people with dyslexia and other specific learning disabilities"
The European Dyslexia Association, in cooperation with Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, is happy to announce European Dyslexia Autumn Seminar in Munich, Germany from Friday 6th to Sunday 8th of October 2017.
Conference language will be English.
Call for papers
The conference will feature presentations on best practice, policy and knowledge regarding dyslexia and dyscalculia as well as opportunities for people to meet and network.
You are invited to submit a research presentation, interactive poster, lecture or workshop proposal on the subject of dyslexia and dyscalculia related to theory and/or practice as well as personal experiences.
B.D.A. Training offers Dyslexia and Dyscalculia Summer School for Primary and Secondary Educators which will run in London.
Dyslexia Summer School for Teachers and Teaching Assistants
London from Monday 31 July – Friday 4 August 2017. This OCN Credit4 learning accredited programme is offered at Level 2 and consists of 3 days face to face training, followed by the completion and submission of an assessed workbook.
Dyscalculia Summer School for Teachers and Teaching Assistants
London 7 – 9 August 2017. This OCN Credit4 learning accredited programme is offered at Level 2 and consists of 3 days face to face training, followed by the completion and submission of an assessed workbook.
EDA is happy to announce that we are planning for our traditional "Summer" Seminars to take place in 2017. This year it will be later than usual and the dates are set for October 6-8, 2017 at the University of Munich, Germany.
A call for papers will come out shortly together with more details about the seminars. Stay tuned via our web site, our Facebook page and our Newsletter.
In the meantime, take a look at our previous Summer Seminars in our archive for inspiration.
Between September 22nd and 24th 2016 the University of Modena and Reggio Emiglia welcomed us to sunny Modena for a well visited conference.
The conference kicked off with a welcoming reception at the fascinating museum of Enseo Ferrari. We were treated with some nice food and drinks and got to enjoy both the company of friends from all over the world and the wonderful designed Ferraris on display.
Thursday through Saturday was all about conferencing with lots of informal meetings in the hallways of the University.
Expect more information in a couple of days, together with some more photos from the event. In the mean time, here are some quick photos to enjoy.