"How the Brain Learns to Read, and How We Can Improve Reading Education" by Prof. Stanislas Dehaene

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Date: Wed November 14, 2012

Schedule: 12.15 - 12.45 (UTC+3h)

Location: Auditorium 1

Moderated by: Prof. Stanislas Dehaene

Cognitive psychology and neuroscience have begun to dissect the neuronal mechanisms of literacy using brain-imaging techniques. During reading acquisition, our brain circuitry recycles several of its pre-existing visual and auditory areas in order to reorient them to the processing of letters and phonemes. The nature of this “neuronal recycling” process helps explain many of the children’s difficulties in learning to read. Our growing understanding of the child’s brain has important consequences for how education should be optimally organized.

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  • Prof. Stanislas Dehaene

    Organization: 
    Experimental Cognitive Psychology, Collège de France
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what is the solution too overcome problems created by the long term negative effects of the language model for reading instruction?