WG2 Meeting #4, Lyon


Agenda
Thrusday, November 16

   9h00

   Opening of the meeting, organizational issues  

 9h30


   Powerful reading comprehension results with teacher-led technology integration across the globe download pdf
   Kay Wijekumar, Texas A&M University

 10h30

   Coffee Break

11h

   Teamwork in separate groups

13h

   Lunch Break

  14h30



   Linguistic and social diversity and access to higher education: What might a "translingual” perspective offer?
   download pdf
   Christiane Donahue, Dartmouth College

 15h30

   Teamwork in separate groups

17h30
   Coffee and discusssion


Friday, November 17

9h00











   Presentation of the Special Issue on Testing the Effectiveness of Handwriting Interventions                                                    
   Teresa Limpo, University of Porto
    
     Supporting first-grade writers who fail to learn: Multiple single-case evaluation of a response to intervention approach download pdf
     Maria Arrimada, Mark Torrance and Raquel Fidalgo 

     Impact of handwriting training on fluency, spelling and text quality among third graders download pdf
     Sibylle Hurschler Lichtsteiner, Werner Wicki and Péter Falmann
   
     Promoting handwriting fluency in fifth graders with slow handwriting: A single-subject design study download pdf
     Teresa Limpo, Naiana Parente, and Rui A. Alves

 10h00


   Digital Literacy and the future download pdf                                                                                                                                
 
 Maria Jose Brites, Aivars Glaznieks and Maria João Couto 
     
 10h15


   Multilingual literacy -the state of the art
   Esther Breuer, University of Cologne

10h30

   Coffee Break

11h

   Teamwork in separate groups                                                                                                                                                         

  13h00

    Lunch Break

 14h30


   Growing into academic French download pdf                                                                                                                                                     
   Harriet Jisa, University of Lyon                                                                                                                                                     

15h30

   Team work in separate groups

17h30    Coffee and closing words



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