Rolf Steyer, PhD from University of Jena (Germany) visited us on March 21st & 22nd to develop a workshop talking about ‘Theory & analysis of causal conditional and average effects’. Several students from the Psychology and Educational degrees joined the workshop along several college graduates currently working on their PhD.
An interview talking about SLI (Specific Language Impairment), pretty unknown among the society. This disorder cause learning difficulties and school failure. One of the members interviewed is Assumpció Sansó, ATELBA’s president. ATELBA is an association that gathers parents with kids affected by SLI in the Balearic Islands. The other person interviewed is Eva Aguilar, PhD … Continue reading "Interview with Eva Aguilar & Assumpció Sansó (ATELBA) in ‘A vivir que son dos días Baleares’ (Cadena Ser) talking about the SLI reality"
On February, 23rd we received Isabel García Gómez, Ph.D. at the University of the Balearic Islands. She did a conference talking about the reading difficulties that kids, with hearing impairment and deafness, are facing. In case you weren’t able to join us at the conference or you are interested in taking a look of what … Continue reading "Reading difficulties in kids with hearing impairment and deafness. A conference by Isabel García Gómez, PhD"
Daniel Adrover Roig PhD has published an article in Diari Ara Balears talking about the university professor role in the 21st century.
Eva Aguilar Mediavila PhD has been in Melilla talking about an overcoming story with a specific language disorder.
Daniel Adrover PhD with Amàlia Gordóvil had talked about the strategies in order to deal with our children during these long holidays
A new article published by Neuroscience News and at the Science Daily shows that bilingual people are great at saving brain power.
Lucía Buil’s doctoral dissertation has been an item of the news at a local newspaper, Última Hora. This dissertation, which has been defended recently at the Balearic Islands University, has been following a group of children, between the ages 6 and 12 from various schools in Mallorca with a specific language disorder.
I+DEL research team at the Balearic Islands University has done a research focused in children with SLI. University newspaper has talked about it. The full coverage is available here.