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Time and place: June 5, 2019 2:00 PM3:45 PM, Room 234, Helga Eng's building

The research group ComPros at the Department of Special Needs Education is hosting an open mini-seminar on Children’s trust in testimony and first-hand exploration. In the seminar the researchers will address how children seem to trust other’s claims about the world, and how children might develop an ability to test those claims if given the opportunity to do so.

Time and place: Dec. 12, 2018 2:15 PM3:15 PM, Auditorium 2, Vilhelm Bjerknes' hus

The research group ComPros at Department of Special Needs Education is hosting an open lecture on intuitive thinking and learning with Psychology Professor John Coley, Northeastern University.

Time and place: Oct. 19, 2018 10:30 AM3:45 PM, Auditorium 1, Helga Engs hus

Vi ønsker velkommen til et åpent fagseminar, fredag 19. oktober, i forbindelse med professor Bente E. Hagtvets avslutning ved Institutt for spesialpedagogikk. Her vil dialogiske, forebyggende og pedagogiske perspektiver på barns språkutvikling stå i fokus.

Time and place: Oct. 17, 2018 3:30 PM5:00 PM, Møterom 495, Helga Engs hus

Doktorgradskandidat Siri Steffensen Bratlies prosjekt har arbeidstittelen: "Enhancing morphological knowledge in primary school children with language minority backgrounds".

Time and place: Oct. 16, 2018 6:00 PM7:45 PM, Seminarrom 231, Helga Engs hus

The Effective Stuttering Treatment Project (EST) ved Institutt for spesialpedagogikk ønsker velkommen til åpent kveldsseminar om stamming hos barnehagebarn, tirsdag 16. oktober kl. 18-19:45.

Time and place: Oct. 9, 2018 12:00 PM1:00 PM, Rom U31, Helga Engs hus

The Oslo Assessment, Intervention and Learning Lab (O-AILL) at Department of Special Needs Education is hosting an open lecture with PhD-student and lecturer Katharina Dorn, Otto-Friedrich University of Bamberg. The topic is: Audiovisual speech perception in infancy - A cross-cultural comparison of multisensory perceptual narrowing and face-scanning behavior in same-rhythm-class languages (German and Swedish)