The University of Oviedo (Spain), in collaboration with the Learning Disabilities WorldWide® association is organizing a conference on learning disabilities and their relation to teaching and learning. LDW®, located in Weston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., is an educational and scientific nonprofit organization that works to spread state-of-the art research in the field of learning disabilities.
The goal of the congress is to support opportunities for an exchange of ideas between advanced research and education, in order to foster new teaching and learning practices based on the most recent scientific evidence. The conference will be an opportunity to discuss the present and future trends on learning disabilities research and practice.
Call for papers. Download here.
The conference is open to anyone else interested in the theme: researchers, professors, teachers, speech therapists, psycho-pedagogical professionals, neurologists, etc. The conference will be divided in different topics
- LD Intervention and practices
- Classroom Management
- Teaching & Instruction
- Parenting & Family
- Evaluation / LD Testing
- Behavior & Social Skills
- Speech & Language
- Reading & Dyslexia
- Writing & Spelling
- Gifted & LD
- Adults with LD
- Early Identification
- ICTs and Special Educational Needs
- Students with Special Educational Needs
- Learning disabilities
Authors are invited to present their works in either of the following forms: Oral presentation, Poster and Symposia.