First two days
The fourth edition of iWORDD will offer the research community the opportunity to get a broad overview of the current theories underlying research in the field and of the methodological challenges faced, while helping outline future directions in the investigation of developmental dyslexia. Our aim with this workshop is to promote exchange of ideas between world-class dyslexia experts through talks and debates, and facilitate transfer of knowledge between practitioners and scientists. The ultimate goal is to understand the causes of dyslexia and improve detection protocols and remediation techniques.
The first two days will be dedicated to the science and will be centered around three talks and a debate delivered by our keynote speakers, as well as around two invited symposiums. Since iWORDD aims to encompass the wide variety of theoretical views on developmental reading disorders, international experts will represent this diversity of approaches. Keynotes will be complemented by oral and poster presentations selected from abstract submissions.
With it limited size, iWORDD will encourage interactions among invited speakers and researchers during the four keynote lectures, invited symposiums, oral as well as poster sessions.
*Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) will be provided by Hardeman Realtime Inc. (HRI).
Third day (From theory to Practice)
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