Applying new technologies to the study of young children’s learning in early childhood education care settings

Date:
15 July 2019

Time:
12:45 pm - 4:45 pm

Location
Collaborative Forum, 17 Wally's Walk


The purpose of this workshop is to bring together international experts and researchers from linguistics, cognitive science, and education to explore new ways of recording and assessing micro-level changes in educators’ teaching practices and children’s learning during their interactions with educators. Our invited international experts will speak on the use of eye-tracking and neuroimaging techniques with children.

CCD Legacy Scheme Workshop – Guest Lecture Program
Apply new technologies to the study of young children’s learning in early childhood education and care settings

Invited speakers:

  • Dr Fannie Khng, Centre for Research in Child Development, National Institute of Education, Singapore
    Talk title: Portable neuroimaging methods to study young children in naturalistic settings
  • Assistant Professor Luisa Meroni, Department of Languages, Literature & Communications, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
    Talk title: From eyes to language: What does eye tracking tell us about children’s linguistic knowledge
  • Associate Professor Peng Zhou, Department of Foreign Language and Literature, Tsinghua University, China
    Talk title: Social inference in preschool children with autism spectrum disorder: An eye-tracking study

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