Summer Seminars 2014
The European Dyslexia Association is pleased to invite you to the coming EDA Summer Seminars which will be held from 19th to 21st of June 2014 under the topic:
“Exchanging research, practice and experience”
- Prof. Maria Giuseppina Bartolini Bussi, University of Modena (Italy)
- Prof. Angela Fawcett, Swansea University (UK)
- Ms Anny Cooreman, Headteacher, Eureka Leuven School (Belgium)
Target group are researchers, professionals, educational experts, teachers, parents as well as individuals with learning difficulties. Aims are to forge closer contacts and communication, to share research information and good practices for DYS-students, to express DYS-experiences and bring forward any DYS- related problems (in early recognition, education, vocational life, profession, related legal issues and laws, etc.) in the countries of the participants.
Call for proposals
You are invited to submit your proposals (related to the above aims) for oral presentation or workshop.
The review results will be sent out on 17th of March 2014.
- Oral presentations and workshops will be delivered in English.
- “Italian Day”: On the third day (21st of June) will be provided translation into Italian.
- Admission to and participation at the EDA Summer Seminars 2014 is free of charge, but travel and
- accommodation must to be covered by the participants and speakers themselves.
The final program will be published in early April 2014.
The 4th EDA Community Summer School was staged successfully from the 6th till 8th of June 2013, in cooperation with the University of San Marino. The EDA-Board has decided to rename this event to:“EDA Summer Seminars”
Welcome to join us in Würzburg, Germany, for a week of workshops and fun events!
A Youth Project aimed at youth with Dyslexia at the age of 16 to 30
We have now uploaded files originating from the 2013 European Parliament Conference in Brüssels in October, for you to download.
Dyslang course freely available online in Italian, Bulgarian, Turkish, Czech and English
The Dyslang course comprises 11 online modules for teachers, special educational needs professionals and parents supporting dyslexic, multilingual students with their language learning.
EUPALT is a LLL (Lifelong Learning) project funded by the European Union.
The main project contents is the development of a "European Passport" for the Education of Therapists/Teachers Working with People with Dyslexia.