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VL2 12/11/07 Public Colloquium Mehan Classroom Ethnographies in School and Community Contexts by Dr. Bud Mehan from University of California at San Diego

The science of learning center on Visual language and visual leaning VL2 held its first series of planned colloquia. The colloquium opened to public was entitled “The application of qualitative research methods to the study of early literacy in classrooms.” December

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Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 11/28/07 Mathur The Role of Phonology in the Perceptions of ASL By Dr. Gaurav Mathur, Department of Linguistics.

The Role of Phonology in the Perceptions of ASL" November

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Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 12/11/07 Lee Public Colloquium Video Records as Data for Examining the Multi-modal and Cultural Modes of Communication in Classrooms by Dr. Carol Lee, from Northwestern University

The science of learning center on Visual language and visual leaning VL2 held its first series of planned colloquia. The colloquium was entitled “The application of qualitative research methods to the study of early literacy in classrooms”. December

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Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 10/09/08 Metaxas 3D Face and Hand Tracking for ASL

Dr. Dimitris Metaxas is a professor in both the Division of Computer & Information Sciences and Department of Biomedical Engineering at Rutgers University. Dr. Metaxas has 15+ years of research in the field of ASL analysis and tracking. He will demonstrate new automated methods for face and hand ...

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Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 10/29/09 Connor Literacy Development of Deaf Children

Many deaf children have serious difficulties learning to read proficiently. Dr. Connor’s presentation will provide information regarding the intricate links between language and literacy skills for both deaf children and children with normal hearing. Additionally, Dr. Connor with discuss how the ...

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Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 10/27/10 Riesenhuber Is it a Bird? Is it a Plane? Is it a Word? Neural Mechanisms of Object Recognition

Object recognition is a fundamental cognitive task that we perform countless times every day – such as right now when reading the words in this abstract. Yet, despite the apparent ease with which we see, object recognition is a very difficult computational problem. It is even more difficult from ...

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Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 4/7/10 Hile Deaf Children's Acquisition of Novel Fingerspelled Word

Dr. Amy Hile will discuss her research on the ability of deaf children to acquire new vocabulary through fingerspelling, and its connection with bilingual language development. April

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Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 2/25/10 Padden Grammar and the body

Grammars are often viewed as abstract systems that represent general properties of human language. In this talk, Dr. Padden will discuss a revised view of the grammars of sign languages in which the body, hands, head, and face play a key role in the grammatical

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Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 10/14/09 Schneps Scientist with Dyslexia Exhibit Visuospatial Strengths

Important advances in science and mathematics have come from individuals with learning disabilities, whose different ways of looking at the world have led to revolutionizing their fields. Dr. Schneps will discuss the results of a study linking dyslexia to spatial dexterity, suggesting that ...

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Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 03/11/09 Bavalier Brain Plasticity and Learning Lessons from Deafness by Dr. Daphne Bavelier

Evidence for re-organization of visual functions after congenital deafness will be reviewed. Dr. Bavelier will argue that deaf individuals do not have better vision, but rather that deafness leads to change in some specific aspects of visual attention. March

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Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 02/11/09 Goldin-Meadow Gesture's Role in Creating and Learning Language

Dr. Goldin-Meadow discusses the versatility of form and function of gesture. According to her, under certain circumstances, gesture can substitute for speech, and when it does, it embodies the resilient properties of language. Under other circumstances, gesture can form a fully integrated system ...

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Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 3/10/10 Sentence Processing in L2 Readers: linguistic and exposure-based factors Dr. Paola (Giuli) Dussias

Dr. Dussias will discuss factors that impact second language (L2) readers, as well as bilinguals’ literacy characteristics and specific linguistic experiences that may determine their performance on reading comprehension tasks. March

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Category: VL2
Added: 2 Aug 2012

VL2 10/13/10 Harris A Case Study of Extended Discourse in an ASL/English Pre-school Classroom

Dr. Raychelle Harris, of the ASL and Deaf Studies Department at Gallaudet University, gave a presentation based on her dissertation research: "A Case Study of Extended Discourse in an ASL/English Preschool Classroom." Currently, there is high interest within the Sign Language communities in the ...

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Category: VL2
Added: 25 Jul 2012

VL2 10/22/08 McCaskill and Lucas Black ASL: The Socio-historical Foundations

"Black ASL" presentation will discuss the history and education of Black deaf children and the implications of this history for the structure and use of Black ASL. Project clips will be shown by Drs. Carolyn McCaskill and Ceil Lucas. October

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Category: VL2
Added: 11 Nov 2008

VL2 11/08/07 Sen & Mitchell

Large-Scale Academic Achievement Testing of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students: Past, Present, and Future by Drs. Sen Qi and Ross E. Mitchell. Gallaudet Research Institute. November

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Category: VL2
Added: 30 Apr 2008
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