"Contributions for bridging the gap between research, policies and practice –for people with dyslexia and other specific learning disabilities"
Please note: This is a PAST event and information here is for your reference only.
The European Dyslexia Association, in cooperation with the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychosomatics and Psychotherapy, University Hospital, LMU Munich., is happy to announce the European Dyslexia Autumn Seminars in Munich, Germany from Friday 6th to Sunday 8th of October 2017.
Conference language will be English.
The keynotes that we have received from our Keynote speakers can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.
PROFESSOR FRANCK RAMUS
Are there visual problems in certain cases of dyslexia?
PROFESSOR MAGGIE SNOWLING
The President, St John’s College, Oxford, England
PROFESSOR GERD SCHULTE-KÖRNE
University of Munich, Germany
Evidence based intervention in reading and spelling disorder
PROFESSOR MARA WESTLING ALLODI
Department of Special Education, Stockholm University
International perspectives on support and inclusion for students with dyslexia and special needs
PRESENTERS AND INTERACTIVE POSTERS
See the full Programme for Autumn Seminars 2017 with a complete list of all our presenters and interactive posters. Download their abstracts in advance.
Registration has ended.
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- The European Dyslexia Association does not promote/endorse any products or services. Speakers are required to respect this in their presentation.
- Oral presentations and workshops will be delivered in English.
- Travel and accommodation must be covered by the participants and speakers themselves.
- As places for attendants are restricted (maximum 120), accommodation information and early registration is recommended.
OBJECTIVES OF THE EDA COMMUNITY SUMMER SEMINARS:
- to provide and exchange information between stakeholders responsible for people with Dyslexia, about future strategies
- to raise questions, perspectives and answers for the creation of a Dyslexia-friendly Europe
- to formulate common strategies in a kind of policy guidelines
- to raise public awareness about the situation of people with Dyslexia
The summer seminars addresses people interested in dyslexia, preferably delegates of European dyslexia associations – (EDA Members).
Admission is €175, travel and accommodation are at charge of the participants.
Subscribe to our newsletter so you don’t miss out on information when time comes. There is a limited number (120) of seats.
For more information about previous summer seminars, please see the submenues to this page for different years.
REGISTRATION AND LECTURE HALL IS AT:
LMU Klinikum, Klinik und Poliklink für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie.
Nußbaumstraße 7, Munich. See it on google maps:
OUR HOST, AND THE LOCATION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY IS AT:
Klinik und Poliklinik der Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie, Psychosomatik und Psychotherapie
Klinikum der Universität München
Nußbaumstraße 5a, Munich
€175. Including 4 coffees and refreshments and lunch on Friday. NOTE:Social Dinner is NOT included in this fee.
For a limited time we offer the ability to join the social dinner for an extra fee of €20.
The social dinner takes place on Friday, October 6th at 7:30 PM at theLöwenbräukeller, Nymphenburgerstr. 2, München
The restaurant is located 2km from the venue. A directional map can be found here: https://goo.gl/maps/erA9AeoqxgB2
If you want to take the subway instead you should head to Sendlinger Tor subway station, 5 min from the Autumn Seminars. See directions here: https://goo.gl/maps/8au5tsT3BVB2
Take the U1 in direction Olympia-Zentrum to Stiglmaier Platz. The restaurant is just across the street in the intersection.
Soup: Pancake Strips in ox broth with chives
You choose between one of the following main courses
- ½ crispy roasted Pork Knuckle in natural sauce served with dumpling and sauerkraut
- Böfflamotte – Beef Pot roasted with bread dumplings with home-made red cabbage and cranberries
- Two vegetarian options (not yet set)
Bavarian Cream with raspberry pulp and fresh mint in a jar.