Arrangementer

Kommende

Liten gutt på armen til far. foto
Tid og sted: 5. juni 2019 14:00 - 15:30, 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.

Tidligere

illustrasjonsfoto av gutt med down syndrom som rekker opp hånd i klasserommet
Tid og sted: 15. mai 2019 12:45 - 15:30, Rom 234, Helga Engs hus

The research group ComPros at Department of Special Needs Education is hosting an open seminar on developmental needs of children with Down syndrome. Researchers from Vanderbilt University are contributing. The seminar will focus on reading skills, narrative skills, and cognitive functioning.   

Smiling boy with a red t-shirt holding a book
Tid og sted: 9. mai 2019 10:00 - 13:15, Auditorium 2, Helga Engs hus

Welcome to an open seminar about the development of reading skills—skills that set children on trajectories towards life success. The seminar is hosted by the research group Literacy and Numeracy in Context (LiNCon) at the Department of Special Needs Education. Our guest lecturer is Dr. Hélène Deacon, Killam Professor in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience and Director of the Language & Literacy Lab, Dalhousie University, Canada.

Lærer som hjelper en elev med Ipad.
Tid og sted: 7. mai 2019 13:30 - 16:00, Auditorium 2, Helga Engs hus

Institutt for spesialpedagogikk inviterer til åpent seminar om resultater fra utprøving av to appbaserte tiltak for å styrke språk- og matematikkferdigheter i småskolen.

Tid og sted: 2. mai 2019 12:15 - 14:00, Room 231, Helga Eng's building

The research groups ComPros at the Department of Special Needs Education and TextDim at the Department of Education are hosting an open seminar on Parent-child interaction across early development and cultures. In the seminar the researchers will address topics like parent-infant reading, shared book reading and decontextualized language use during caregiver-child interactions.