One strand of our research involves developing and evaluating interventions for phonological awareness and literacy to add to the evidence base for clinicians and educators.

 

WANT TO FIND OUT MORE?

ALL OUR PUBLISHED PAPERS CAN BE SEEN ON OUR PUBLICATIONS PAGE

ALL OUR FREELY AVAILABLE RESOURCES AND PROGRAMMES CAN BE DOWNLOADED 

FROM OUR APPS AND RESOURCES PAGE

Live links to the full theses can be accessed here:

 

Chrissy Kelly (2016) Cracking the Code: An effectiveness study

This MPhil study evaluated the effectiveness of a classroom based programme targeting phonological awareness and alphabet knowledge in children aged 4-5 years

The full thesis is available at:

https://espace.curtin.edu.au/handle/20.500.11937/615

 

Antonette Seiler (2016) The effectiveness of a computer-supported intervention targeting phonological recoding and orthographic processing for children with word reading impairment

Toni’s PhD research aimed to develop and evaluate an intervention that specifically targets phonological recoding and orthographic processing (a decoding intervention) for children with persistent word-reading impairment.

The full thesis is available at:

https://espace.curtin.edu.au/handle/20.500.11937/1251

 

Katrina Kelso (2015-) Effective intervention for “poor comprehenders” in the middle-upper primary years

A previous paper on this programme of research is available at

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13682820600693013

Katrina is extending this work in her PhD study which should be completed by the end of 2021.