Speech, Language and Learning Intervention Research Symposium
March 26 – 27, 2021 | Online
Join us March 26 and 27 for the Speech, Language and Learning Intervention Research Symposium, an interactive gathering of researchers, educators and practitioners who will explore creative solutions that advance intervention and education quality for children with disabilities from culturally and linguistically diverse populations.
Present a poster
Take the opportunity to discuss your research with colleagues during our online poster gallery session on March 26. Visit the registration page to learn more, and submit your poster by March 14.
Hosted by a team of doctoral students in Speech and Hearing Science at Arizona State University’s College of Health Solutions, the conference is organized into three tracks addressing these themes:
- Looking at Literacy: Research and practice in the area of literacy for children from diverse backgrounds, addressing critical challenges facing translational research.
- Triangle of Success: Educational success for culturally and linguistically diverse children with language disorders or learning disabilities with a focus on bringing together practitioners, researchers and caregivers.
- Shaping our Future: Issues with translating research to practice related to equity, inclusion and bias.
Continuing education credits
This conference is offered for up to 0.9 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level, Related).
Financial disclosure statements
Attendees seeking education credits from professional organizations other than the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) will receive a certificate of attendance on completion of the conference to verify participation.
The conference is hosted by a team of doctoral students in speech and hearing science at Arizona State University’s College of Health Solutions, including students whose education is funded by the U.S. Department of Education doctoral training grant Research Innovations for Dual Language Learners with Learning Disabilities (RIDLLs). RIDLLs training provides scholars with the knowledge, skills, and strategies to address the development, scale up, and sustainability of curricula and evidence-based interventions for students with learning disabilities who are dual-language learners.