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Oral language, working memory, and executive functions: Implications for teaching

Written by: Bonnie Singer, Ph.D.
December 30th, 2019  |  Categories: , ,

I had the pleasure of speaking about working memory and how it influences spoken and written language at The Dyslexia Foundation’s 2019 conference at UCLA.  What an honor it was to present for such an amazing organization and alongside other cutting edge researchers.

For educators who weren’t able to attend, here is a link to my full presentation (approximately one hour).

TDFC UCLA 2019 – Dr. Bonnie Singer, CCC-SLP – Oral Language, Working Memory, and Executive Functions