Embedding research into language literacy and numeracy practice
28 February 2022
In this podcast, Professors Julie Dockrell and Chloe Marshall discuss their work examining what affects the development of language, literacy and numeracy, but also the kinds of educational practice that best support the growth of these key skills.
This encapsulates the impetus of the centre they lead, the Centre for Language, Literacy and Numeracy Research and Practice (LLNRP), which has also been significant at IOE and more widely in bringing together researchers across those three fields.
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- Professor Julie Dockrell
Julie Dockrell is Professor of Psychology and Special Needs at IOE. Julie is qualified as both a clinical and educational psychologist. Her major research interests are in patterns of language development and the ways in which oral language skills impact on children's learning, interaction and attainments, as well as the application of evidence-based research to educational settings. View Professor Julie Dockrell's research profile.
- Professor Chloe Marshall
Chloe Marshall is Professor of Psychology, Language and Education at IOE. Following an early career as a Montessori nursery teacher and teacher-trainer, Chloe returned to university to study linguistics and language disorders, from where she moved into research on Specific Language Impairment (SLI), including phonological impairments in children with SLI and dyslexia, as well as research on deaf children's sign language development. View Professor Chloe Marshall's research profile.
- Centre for Language Literacy and Numeracy: Research and Practice
- Better Communication Research Programme
- NeuroSENSE project
- Deaf Awareness: Online Training for Teachers
- Psyched about Education podcast series