In this symposium, we present an introduction to new ideas about intervention. We present data showing that novel intervention approaches based on (a) reading theory from psychological and cognitive science, (b) information about individual difference from neuropsychological profiles, and (c) information from studies of the neurobiology of reading. The goal is to help researchers, educators, families, and policymakers achieve a shared understanding about potential new ways to support students with dyslexia.
Fumiko Hoeft is an IDA national board member-at-large and will discuss the development of a screening tool that involves a colaboration with a non-profit organization, Curious Learning. Fumiko Hoeft, Roeland Hancock ,Tzipi Horowitz-Kraus and Bob Cunningham have no relevant financial relationship to disclose.
Director and Professor,
University of Connecticut and University of California San Francisco
University of Connecticut, Storrs
Assistant Research Professor,
University of Connecticut
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Ohio, USA
Executive Director, Learning Development,
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