PROGRAMME AND PRESENTERS

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 6

Time Event Location
Chair: Michael Kalmàr
11.30 -13.00

REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS

13.00 – 14.00

OPENING CEREMONY

  • Welcome speeches by Michael Kalmár (Chairman of the EDA) and Prof. Dr. Barbara Conradt (Vice President for Research at the LMU)
  • Presentation of the EDA organisation
  • Presentation of the EDA Academic Advisory Committe
  • EDA members: “Dyslexia Policy in Different Countries and EU-Organisations”
Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
14.00 – 15.00 Maggie Snowling

KEYNOTE 1

Maggie Snowling (St John’s College Oxford, UK)

Dyslexia and Language Impairment –same or different?

 Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
15.00 – 15.30 Coffee break
15.30 – 16.00

PRESENTATION NO 1

Jacqueline van Tuyll van Serooskerken, Sebastián Aravena & Jurgen Tijms (Rudolf Berlin Center, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Artificial letter-speech sound learnability as a marker of dyslexia.

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 Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
16.00 – 16.30

PRESENTATION NO 2

Ann-Katrine Risberg (Niilo Mäki Institute, University of Jyväskylä, Finland)

Early identification of monolingual and bilingual pupils with signs of reading and writing difficulties.

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 Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
16.30 – 17.00

PRESENTATION NO 3

Miia Ronimus (Niilo Mäki Institute, University of Jyväskylä, Finland)

Dyslexia: genes, brain functions and interventions (DYSGEBRA).

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 Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
17.00 – 19.00

GENERAL ASSEMBLY EDA 

EDA members only
Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
19.30

SOCIAL DINNER

Only for pre registered (20 € for the dinner not included in the conference fee. Drinks are not included.)
Löwenbräu Keller, München, Nymphenburger Str. 2U1 direction Olympia-Zentrum from Sendlinger Tor (5 minutes walk from the venue) to Stiglmaier Platz.

SATURDAY OCTOBER 7

Time Event Location
Chair: Giannis Karagiannakis
9.00 – 10.00 Franck Ramus

KEYNOTE 2

Franck Ramus (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France)

Are there visual problems in certain cases of dyslexia?

Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
10.00 – 10.30 Coffee break
10.30 – 11.00

PRESENTATION NO 4

Kristina Moll (Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychosomatics and Psychotherapy, University Hospital, LMU Munich, Germany)

Comorbidity between learning disorders: Why do dyslexia and dyscalculia frequently co-occur?

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 Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
11.00 – 11.30

PRESENTATION NO 5

Giannis Karagiannakis (Université catholique de Louvain, Athens, Greece)

The Clever Math project: Discussing heterogeneous mathematical cognitive profiles of students with mathematical learning difficulties.

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  Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
11.30 – 12.00

PRESENTATION NO 6

Mirthe Stoop & Jurgen Tijms (Rudolf Berlin Center, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands)

A tablet-assisted intervention for children with mathematical difficulties: Results of two RCTs.

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  Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
12.00 – 14.00

NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK AND INTERACTIVE POSTER SESSION

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Chair: Pernilla Söderberg
14.00 ­ 14.30

PRESENTATION NO 7

Jamie Smith-Spark (London South Bank University, UK)

Prospective memory in dyslexia: Forgetting to remember to remember.

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  Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
14.30 – 15.00

PRESENTATION NO 8

Dominic Griffiths & Kath Kelly (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK)

Teaching for Neurodiversity: Training teachers to see beyond labels.

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  Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
15.00 – 15.30

PRESENTATION NO 9

Emma Lindeblad (Linnaeus University, Sweden)

Self-concepts and psychological health in Swedish pupils with reading difficulties.

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  Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
15.30 – 16.00 Coffee break
16.00 ­ 17.00 Mara Westling Allodi

KEYNOTE 3

Mara Westling Allodi (University of Stockholm, Sweden)

International perspectives on support and inclusion for students with dyslexia and special needs.

  Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7

SUNDAY OCTOBER 8

Time Event Location
Chair AM: Rosie Bisset
9.00 – 10.00 Karin Landerl

KEYNOTE 4

Karin Landerl (University of Graz, Austria)

Lexical processing in dyslexia

  Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
10.00 – 10.30

PRESENTATION NO 10

Nadia Taibah (Dar Al-Hekma University, Kuwait)

Development and contribution of morphological skills to listening comprehension among Arabic-speaking children.

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  Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
10.30 – 11.00

PRESENTATION NO 11

Catherine McBride (The Chinese University of Hong Kong and University of Freiburg)

Dyslexia across cultures: Current Observations and future directions.

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  Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
11.00 – 11.30

COFFEE BREAK

11.30 – 12.30 Gerd Schulte Körne

KEYNOTE 5

Gerd Schulte-Körne (Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychosomatics and Psychotherapy, LMU Munich)

Evidence based intervention in reading and spelling disorder.

  Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
12.30 – 13.00

PANEL DISCUSSION WITH EDA-ACADEMIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

How can we decrease the gap between research, policies and practice?

  Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7
13.00– 13:30

CLOSING CEREMONY

  Lecture Hall, Nußbaumstr. 7

INTERACTIVE POSTERS

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THE IMPORTANT BRIDGE BETWEEN TEACHING AND BEING CONSCIOUS OF “HOW” TO TEACH THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AS L2 TO STUDENT SUFFERING FROM DSA. SPAIN AS THE TEST CASE.

–Author: Erica Di Francesco, Universidad de filología y traducción de Valencia.

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WHAT RESEARCH SAY US ABOUT SLD IN TURKEY

–Author: Oya Özkardes, Istanbul Commerce University

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DIFFERENCES IN SPELLING ERRORS BETWEEN MILDLY MENTALLY RETARDED AND HIGHLY INTELLIGENT DYSLEXIC PUPILS

–Author: Eirini Sofou, George Th. Pavlidis,(Dyslexia Centers – Pavlidis Method, Larissa, Greece) Philip Garner (The University of Northampton, UK)

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THE PROBLEM OF HETEROGENEITY IN PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS TASKS

–Author: Tessa Berryman, Dyslexia association Ireland

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THE ANGLO-CENTRICITY OF DYSLEXIA RESEARCH

–Author: Tessa Berryman, Dyslexia association Ireland

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PHONOLOGICAL CODE ACTIVATION IS DELAYED IN DYSLEXIC UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: AN EYE-TRACKING STUDY.

–Author: Ambre Denis-Noël, Aix-Marseille Université

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VISUAL ORTHOGRAPHIC PROCESSING IN ADULTS WITH DYSLEXIA

–Author: Pascale Colé, Aix-Marseille Université

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THE DEVELOPMENT OF LITERACY SKILLS AMONG MONOLINGUAL AND BILINGUAL FINNISH-SWEDISH CHILDREN IN EARLY SCHOOL YEARS

–Author: Pia Vataja, Niilo Mäki Institute, University of Jyväskylä

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DYSLEXIA AND SPECIFIC LEARNING DISORDERS IN THE WORKPLACE: ITALIAN PROJECTS AND EXPERIENCES

–Author: Enrico Ghidoni, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Reggio Emilia, Italy

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ADHD AND SLD WITH CHILDREN THE EFFECT OF THE USE OF BIBLIOTHERAPY ON THE INTERPERSONAL PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS

–Author: Gülberk Benan Özan, Oya Özkardeş, Beykoz- İstanbul

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DYSLEXIA AND THE IMAGERY-LANGUAGE CONNECTION: THEORY, RESEARCH, PRACTICE

–Author: Angelica Benson, Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes

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CAN FINNISH MATHEMATICS BE AN HELP FOR DYSLEXIC STUDENTS

–Author: Patrizia Piccinini, 

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MEDIATION OF PHONOLOGICAL READING AND SPELLING STRATEGIES TO DYSLECTIC STUDENTS BY THE USE OF ARTICULATION CARDS

–Author: Anne Cathrine Thurmann-Moe, University of Oslo

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TABLEXIA- COGNITIVE TRAINING OF CHILDREN WITH DYSLEXIA

–Author: Andrea Šíchová Jana Černá, Laboratoře CZ.NIC Praha 3, Czech Republic

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PERCEPTIONS OF SUPPORT FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL LEARNERS WITH DYSLEXIA IN FRANCE AND IN WALES: CASE STUDY ANALYSES

–Author: Anna McCormack-Colbert, Bangor University 

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DIFFERENCES IN READING BETWEEN GREEK DYSLEXIC & NON-DYSLEXIC UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

–Author: Sofia Rapti, George Th. Pavlidis,(Dyslexia Centers – Pavlidis Method, Larissa, Greece) Philip Garner (The University of Northampton, UK)

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