UnITE SpLD 2017 - Presentation Slides and Feedback
In order to provide our presenters with the freedom to refine their presentations up until the conference day, as well as making an effort to conserve on paper, we are going Green for this conference. The presentation slides will not be printed and included with the programme booklet.

Presentation slides will be made available on this page for participants to view/print-out for your reading convenience.

Video recordings of the presentations will be uploaded onto the DAS YouTube page in time.

Please click on the presentation title to view slides.

Keynote Sessions
The Promise of an Education

More than meets the eye: Understanding the holistic needs of children with dyslexia and bridging research with practice

An Investigation on the Teaching Practice of Reading Comprehension Skills for Individuals with Dyslexia in Singapore

Procedural Learning and Co-morbidity in Dyslexia

Stream 1: Identification Stream 2: Early Intervention Stream 3: Beyond Basic Literacy
The seeds of literacy: The earliest indicators of reading ability

Understanding Executive Dysfunction in Children with Reading Difficulties: Why Performance-based and Ecologically Valid Measures Both Matter

Trends in Assessment at DAS

Assessments and profiles of children with dyslexia
Early screening and intervention: preventing failure

Evidence-based Vocabulary Instruction for Early School-Aged Children

The positive impact of early literacy intervention

Indonesian Dyslexia Early Identification System
Exploring the classroom practices of the English Exam Skills Programme for the Singaporean primary school children

The Effectiveness of a Chinese Intervention Programme for Dyslexics in helping struggling learners

DAS Maths Curriculum: The Challenges of Maths Problem Sums

Metacognition and Transitioning for Post Secondary Students
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Stream 4: Identification Stream 5: Technology and Resources Stream 6: Multilingualism
Reliability and Validity of a Chinese Literacy Assessment for school learners in Singapore

Perspectives of Adolescents with Dyslexia: An Insight through Images

Investigation of cognitive and environmental factors affecting spelling of third-grade Filipino children

The effectiveness of using drama as a tool to build social-emotional development of children with dyslexia in Singapore
Good Children's Literature Matters: Digital Reading as an Early Intervention Support for Children with Learning Disabilities

Neuroeducation and its impact on learning for children with special needs using clay as a medium

Learning ALL (Articulation, Language and Literacy) through echo poems for young children

A case study approach to understanding the benefits of a Personalised Online Learning Experience (POLE)
Perceptual and Phonological difficulties in multilingual children with dyslexia: evidence from Telugu native speakers

Early assessment and intervention of specific literacy learning difficulties within multilingual learning contexts

Assessing & Supporting English-Chinese Bilingual Learners with Dyslexia in Singapore

Reliability and Validity of a Chinese Literacy Assessment for school learners in Singapore (delivered in Chinese)
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Stream 7: Reading, Writing and Motor Skills Stream 8: Visual Strategies Stream 9: Professional Development
Executive Dysfunction, Dyslexia and Treatment of Cross Patterns. Outcomes of a Research Study.

Retained Primitive Reflexes, Dyslexia and the Development of Writing Skills in Primary Aged Pupils: From Assessment to Intervention

Structured Writing Instruction and Writing Checklist aid Learners with Dyslexia in their Narrative Writing: A Comparative Case Study
Engaging learners with dyslexia through picture books

Neurological and Behavioral Research Validates Image-Language Connection to Dyslexia, Weak Reading Comprehension, and Autism Spectrum Disorder

Alternative strategies for students who are unresponsive to phonics instructions
A comparative analysis of two mentoring approaches at DAS

RETA Case Management Session 
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