May 18, 2021
Eye tracking can inform us of differences in reading processes, but can they also be related to task-specific processing strategies being used? In this talk, Dr. Catrysse gives an overview on how eye tracking can be used in order to examine students’ task-specific processing strategies in relation to learning from verbal material (i.e., words, paragraphs and texts).
Assistant Professor, Open Universiteit, Faculty of Educational Sciences
Using eye tracking to investigate children with and without reading disorder during reading acquisition. In the talk, a longitudinal study on reading acquisition and eye movements will be presented.Learn more
Close to eight million people in Germany struggle with reading, and as one of the peak bodies for promoting literacy, Stiftung Lesen (German Reading Foundation) wants to change that. As part of its activities, the organization conducts research into the behaviors and reading habits of young people and adults.Learn more
Researchers from the Netherlands used Tobii Pro Glasses and an infrared motion-capturing system to understand the reading strategies of both sighted and braille-dependent students when reading algebraic expressions.Learn more