Autumn Seminars 2019

Programme

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We are happy to present the preliminary programme for the Autumn Seminars.

Please note that changes to the programme can occur. Keep yourself updated via our twitter, facebook, newsletter and on this page.

Poster presentations can be found at the bottom


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Friday, September 27
Time   Event Location Remarks
11:30 – 13:00  

Registration and refreshments

Lobby, House N
13:00 – 13:30  

Opening Ceremony

IKEA-salen, house N
13:30 – 14:00  

News from the EDA-Policy working group

IKEA-salen, house N
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14:00 – 14:30  

News from the AAC

Prof. Franck Ramus, Prof. Gerd Schulte-Körne from the EDA Academic Advisory Committee
IKEA-salen, house N
14:30 – 15:00  

Coffee break

IKEA-salen, house N  
15:00 – 15:45  

Keynote 1

Franck Ramus, Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique, Institute of Cognitive Studies, Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, France

“Prevalence of developmental dyslexia: a comparison between dsm5 and icd11 criteria”

IKEA-salen, house N
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15:45 – 16:30  

Presentation 1

Eileen Healy, University Limerick, Ireland

Dyslexia, Web accessibility. Discussion about Dyslexia friendly fonts

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IKEA-salen, house N
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16:30 – 17:00  

Discussion

IKEA-salen, house N  
19:00 –  

Social Dinner

Only for those with prepaid tickets (€18 for the dinner not included in the conference fee. Drinks are not included.)
Restaurant 4 krogar, Vattentorget, Växjö  

Saturday, September 28
Time   Event Location Remarks
9:00 – 9:45v  

Keynote 2

Gerd Schulte-Körne, University of Munich, Germany

"Emotional and behavioural problems in dyslexia: the relevance for diagnosis, treatment development and accessibility"

IKEA-salen, house N  
9:45 – 10:15  

Presentation 2

Fran Ranaldi; Education Scotland and Dyslexia Scotland

"Dyslexia and Inclusive Education – The Scottish Context – A collaborative project"

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IKEA-salen, house N
10:15 – 10:45  

Coffee break

IKEA-salen, house N  
10:45 – 11:30  

Presentation 3

Ylva Schön. The National Agency for Special Needs Education and Schools (SPSM)
IKEA-salen, house N
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11:30 – 12:00  

Presentation 4

"Dyslexia and Inclusive Education- A Swedish example from secondary school"

IKEA-salen, house N
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12:00 – 13:30  

Networking lunch Break and Interactive Poster session

See the list of posters at the bottom

Lobby, House N  
13:30 – 14:15  

Keynote 3

Jakob Åsberg, University of Gothenburg and Queen Silvia Children' hospital

"Dyslexia and accessibility: the importance of considering comorbidity"

IKEA-salen, house N
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14:15 – 15:00  

Project presentations and discussions

Presented by different member organizations
IKEA-salen, house N  
15:00 – 15:30  

Panel Discussions

Prof. Franck Ramus, Prof. Gerd Schulte-Körne. Prof Idor Svensson, Jakob Åsberg, John Rack  .
IKEA-salen, house N  
15:30 –  

Coffee and Interactive Poster Session 2

See the list of posters at the bottom

House N  
15:45 – 17:15  

General Assembly

Member organisations only.
IKEA-salen, house N  

Sunday, September 29
Time Event Location Remarks
9:00 – 9:30  

Presentation 5

Melissa Scagnelli, Università IULM, Milano, Italy

"An inclusive reading course for dyslexic adults. Effectiveness measures through ad hoc tests and standardised tools"

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IKEA-salen, house N
Updated
9:30 – 10:00  

Presentation 6

Sofie Carnewal, Artevelde University of Applied Sciences, Gent, Belgium

"Challenges for reading and spelling in elementary school: Summer learning loss in Flanders"

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IKEA-salen, house N
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10:00 – 10:30  

Presentation 7

Alexa von Hagen, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

"Foreign language attainment of children/adolescents with poor literacy skills: A metaanalysis"

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IKEA-salen, house N
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10:30 – 11:00  

Coffee break

IKEA-salen, house N  
11:00 – 11:45  

Keynote 4

John Rack, Linnaeus University, Sweden

"Assistive technology for writing: Progress and possibilities"

IKEA-salen, house N  
11:45 – 12:15  

Presentation 8

Göran B. W. Söderlund, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Sogndal, Norway

"Benefit of auditory- and visual noise stimulation in children with attention- or reading disabilities"

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IKEA-salen, house N  
12:15 – 13:00  

Panel discussions, conclusions and closing ceremony

IKEA-salen, house N  

Interactive posters

Poster wall

Visit the interactive posters and meet the authors. The following posters are on display 


Creative Ways of Teaching English to Greek Dyslexic Students

-Authors: Dr Sofia Rapti1, Antonia Rapti2, Katerina Dasiou3, Greece

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USING STAR STRATEGY TO ENHANCE WORD PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY OF PUPILS WITH DYSCALCULIA

-Authors: Abiodun T. Adewunmi, Bamidele T. Akindele; Learning Disabilities Unit, Department of Special Education, University of Ibadan-Nigeria

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The ecologically valid measurement of prospective memory impairments in adults with developmental dyslexia

-Authors: Charles Mensah, James H. Smith-Spark, and Alexander Marchant; London South Bank University, London, United Kingdom

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The Himachy: A board game for students with SpLD

-Authors: Sofia Rapti, Apostolia Eur. Charmani; Greece

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What kind of support does students with dyslexia receive in primary school in Denmark?

-Author: Helle Bundgaard Svendsen; VIA Learning & Teaching, Centre for research & development, Teacher education, VIA University College, Denmark

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Formative assessment and RTI to adapt reading instruction for pupils with problems learning to read

-Author: Ulrika B. Andersson & Stefan Gustafson; Department of Behavioural Sciences and Learning, Linköping University

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Researching the Sensory-Cognitive Foundation for Reading: Improving Accessibility in Children with Dyslexia

-Author: Angelica Benson; Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes- San Luis Obispo, California USA

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Phonological development from grades 2 to 8

-Authors: Christer Jacobson & Anna Fouganthine; Linneus University, Växjö, Sweden

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Positive Psychology in School: Investigating symptoms of anxiety and self-esteem in dyslexic and non-dyslexic adolescents, and enhancing learning potential with Mindfulness-based intervention

-Author: Panagiota BlouchouL; Department of Psychology, The University of Sheffield, England

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Early language intervention in 8-18 month old Swedish babies using dialogic reading techniques

-Authors: Emma Bergström, Anna Bratt, Idor Svensson; Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden

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Reading interventions in a second language for adult students

-Authors: Helén Egerhag, John Rack and Idor Svensson; Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden

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‘What you see is not what you get’ -Dyslexia as a hidden disability and the challenges and possibilities this presents for students with dyslexia in third level education

-Author: John Hume: Maynooth University, Kildare, Ireland

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Live-streaming interventions for reading and spelling difficulties

-Author: Kohnen, Saskia; McArthur, Genevieve & Banales, Erin; Macquarie University Department of Cognitive Science & Macquarie University Center for Reading

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Reading/writing difficulties under inclusive perspective - A reconstruction of the framework of action of teachers in secondary integration classes

-Author: Florentine Paudel; University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

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The potential of a forward-looking assessment and teaching system on students' reading gains

-Authors: Nordström, T1; Gustafson, S2; Fälth, L3; Andersson, B. U2., Ingvar, M4, 1Linnaeus University, Department of psychology, 2Linköping University, Department of Behavioural Sciences and Learning, 3Linnaeus University, Department of pedagogy, 4Karolinska Institutet, Department of Clinical Neuroscience - Sweden

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Educational skills in dropout teenagers

-Author: Patrizia Piccinini, Italy

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Assimilating and communicating text via assistive technology. An alternative to reading and writing for ID school pupils aged 16-21

-Authors: Christina Sand1, Thomas Nordström1, Linda Fälth2, Idor Svensson1; 1Linnaeus University, Växjö Sweden

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Has Handwriting Become an Instructional Dinosaur? Handwriting May Be More Important Than You Think!

-Author: Nancy Cushen White; Division of Adolescent Medicine-Department of Pediatrics, University of California, San Francisco, USA

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Accuracy + Automaticity + Prosody -> FLUENCY. Effects of Fluency on Reading Comprehension

-Author: Nancy Cushen White; Division of Adolescent Medicine-Department of Pediatrics, University of California, San Francisco, USA

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WORDS WITH SPELLING CONNECTIONS HAVE MEANING CONNECTIONS. Phonology + Phonics + Morphology + Etymology = Orthography

-Author: Nancy Cushen White; Division of Adolescent Medicine-Department of Pediatrics, University of California, San Francisco, USA

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The efficiency of Response to Intervention for two struggling learners: A Single Subject design

-Authors: Camilla Nilvius, Linda Fälth, Idor Svensson; Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden

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SUPPORTING LEARNING IN PRIMARY SCHOOL WITH EXECUTIVE ATTENTION SYSTEM ACTIVATION TECHNIQUES

-Authors: Maria Cristina Veneroso1, Andrea Di Somma2, Maria Soria3, Maria Arici4, Eleonora Ardu5, Francesco Benso1 ; 1University of Trento, Italy. 2ASL Napoli 2 Nord, Naples. 3National Learning Disabilities Association , Naples. 4IPRASE of "inclusive education", Naples. 5Cognitive Neuroscience Association Clinic, research and intervention , Sanremo.

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Possibility and Accessibility for dyslexia at school: the inclusive teaching

-Author: Erica Di Francesco; Universidad de Filología y Traducción de Valencia, Spain

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Decoding Music Education with Dyslexic Students: Exploring accessibility in the context of instrumental music lessons

-Author: Kristl Kirk; University of York, England

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