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Prompting Rural Students' Use of Prior Knowledge and Experience

to Support Comprehension of Unfamiliar Content

 

Educational Psychology Colloquium

Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology

Courtney Hattan 

 

One of the goals of the LLRC is to build our student community through programming that provides networking opportunities, cross-department student research collaborations, and other academic engagement events. The LLRC is hosting a student event, open to all interested graduate students whose research relates to language and literacy development and instruction!

Please join us for an LLRC 

‘Meet and Greet’ 

Lunch will be provided!

Please visit the Language and Literacy Research Center's website to view our speaker schedule for this Spring 2018 semester. 

For more information about this talk, visit our upcoming events page closer to the presentation date. 

Please join us for coffee and desserts as the Language and Literacy Research Center welcomes:

 Dr. Diana Leyva

Assistant Professor of Psychology at Davidson College and visiting scholar at Harvard University, as she presents:

Recipe for Success: How Parents Support Literacy and Math Development Through Food Routines


Reconceptualizing Adolescent Literacy in the Age of Information Saturation, Multitasking, and "Fake News"

 

***Note new location!***

 

Title: The relationship between speaking and understanding


National Center on Improving Literacy: A Collaborative Effort to Support Outcomes for Students with Literacy-Related Disabilities

How do hot and cool executive skills contribute to the development of reading comprehension in skilled and less skilled comprehenders across the lifespan?


Understanding the Relationships Between Language Proficiency and Spoken Fluency

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