Dr. Karissa Marble-Flint, assistant professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and her team of students in speech-language pathology are requesting participants who have completed the fourth and fifth grades for a study about typically developed children and children who struggle with writing. The study will help provide information to speech-language pathologists, teachers and parents about writing strategies presented via a video-conferencing platform to help students.
Participants will be required to participate in four writing sessions via Zoom. The total time required for all four sessions will be approximately three and a half hours. Breaks will be provided to participants. Participants will receive a book for their participation, and parents will receive scores from oral and written language assessments.
For more information contact Julia (Schneider) Sitz, undergraduate research assistant, at email@example.com. To have your child participate in the study, contact Marble-Flint at 316-978-6356 or firstname.lastname@example.org.