This question comes up a lot with my graduating students, this article lays down the real questions you should be asking, click the link below.
In collaboration with Laura Landon-Favatas, the ROW-Lab was able to present some interesting work comparing bilingual and monolingual sixth grade children on writing skills. Few differences and descriptive results suggest the benefits of bilingualism, especially in terms of revision and editing of written text. Check it out here.
The ROW-Lab is very proud of research assistant, Marie Odejar, who published an essay on the website, ‘Thought Catalogue’.
Great work Marie!!!
an interesting read about the root causes of Dyslexia. Goswami’s rebuttal makes for an important distinction between the chicken and the egg…
Check out the link below for an interesting article about stories and narrative language. This supports the idea of using Narrative language as a therapy tool and target for children with language impairments.
Dr. Koutsoftas, the director of the ROW-Lab received a researcher of the year award from the Office of Grants and Research Services at Seton Hall University. He and Dr. Jihad Slim from the School of Health and Medical Sciences were two of eight recipients from Seton Hall honored at a Luncheon hosted by the University.