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A Conceptual System Architecture for Motivation-enhanced Learning for Students with Dyslexia

Ruijie Wang, Liming Chen, Ivar Solheim
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on E-Education, E-Business and E-Technology - ICEBT 2017  
In this research, we will present a system architecture for motivation-enhanced learning and the detailed process of the construction of our motivation model using ontological approach for students with  ...  The proposed framework of the personalised learning system incorporates our motivation model and corresponding personalisation mechanism aiming to improve learning motivation and performance of students  ...  Therefore, we aim to design a personalised learning system that incorporates learners' motivation models to provide dyslexic students with personalised learning experience to enhance learning motivation  ... 
doi:10.1145/3141151.3141158 fatcat:mr4ixdidazdu7pyzvhtmwgdaum

Learning Styles and Dyslexia Types – Understanding Their Relationship and its Benefits in Adaptive E-learning Systems

Aisha Y Alsobhi, Khaled H Alyoubi
2020 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
In this paper, we investigate the benefits of incorporating learning styles and dyslexia type in adaptive e-learning systems.  ...  Adaptive e-learning system should be capable of adapting the content to the user learning style, abilities and knowledge level.  ...  Acknowledgement Many thanks to all the students who took part in this study and who gave up their precious time to talk to us and help us to collect the data we needed to make this project a success.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijim.v14i15.16129 fatcat:wth3pubtmzgn7mwgzgayh3zczm

DAEL Framework: A New Adaptive E-learning Framework for Students with Dyslexia

Aisha Yaquob Alsobhi, Nawaz Khan, Harjinder Rahanu
2015 Procedia Computer Science  
An open access repository of Middlesex University research Alsobhi, Aisha and Khan, Nawaz and Rahanu, Harjinder (2015) DAEL framework: a new adaptive e-learning framework for students  ...  From the perspective of dyslexic students, e-learning materials tend to be primarily developed for non-dyslexics.  ...  The model provides an adequate foundation for evaluating a student's preparation and readiness before adopting an e-learning system.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.05.459 fatcat:7i3luhg62rd7jnhmoxsbzmg2ea

Towards Effective Foreign Language Teaching: Focus on Dyslexia

Renata Botwina
2011 Baltic Journal of Political Science  
This paper aims to overview the problems faced by dyslexic students learning a foreign language in the theoretical framework of foreign language teaching methodology (Berninger and Wolf 2009, Crombie 2010  ...  techniques (VAK) which stimulate their learning process by engaging students at multiple levels of perception.  ...  Indeed, MIT is revolutionary as it provides for an individualized way of teaching where each student is motivated to learn (Botwina 2010, pp. 17-18) .  ... 
doi:10.15388/verb.2011.2.4955 fatcat:a3x3jhppkrdzvdo4df4mtcsbom

User Interface Guidelines for Dyslexic Game-Based Learning on Selected Usability Test Method

Muhammad 'Azizi Che Sulaiman, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM),
2019 International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering  
Despite many products that utilize multimedia technology for education such as e-Learning and learning courseware, there is a lack of development in the designs of educational products for students with  ...  This paper presents a set of practical interface design guidelines to improve learning process of a game-based learning for the dyslexic students.  ...  Therefore, by incorporating fun and challenging application such as a game-based learning would increase dyslexic students' motivation to continue learning.  ... 
doi:10.30534/ijatcse/2019/6981.42019 fatcat:lesvaxu5orcuzguzjvrh5uxrvm

Mobile Applications, An Emerging Powerful Tool for Dyslexia Screening and Intervention: A Systematic Literature Review

Stratigoula Politi-Georgousi, Athanasios Drigas
2020 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
<p>Nowadays, mobile applications seem to play a vital role in both dyslexia screening and intervention, accumulating numerous assets and comforts in according to dyslexics' needs and learning pace.  ...  Initial detection of students' disabilities, followed by a corresponding intervention program were the best combination of actions in an attempt to any problem be confronted effectively.  ...  Also, they admitted that it was such a helpful system for enhancing dyslexic kids' reading through an efficient learning approach.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijim.v14i18.15315 fatcat:6whuc2gwkngqhbmfjxg2u76wci

The Effectiveness of the Intervention Program on Reading Fluency and Reading Motivation of Students with Dyslexia

Zeinab Mihandoost, Habibah Elias, Sharifah Nor, Rosnaini Mahmud
2011 Asian Social Science  
The population included fourth and fifth grade male and female dyslexic students in Ilam, Iran. 64 students were randomly selected using simple random sampling method.  ...  The main purpose of this research is to examine the impact of an intervention program on motivation and reading fluency of dyslexic students. The research is an experimental one.  ...  For this research, 138 dyslexic students in fourth and fifth grades in Ilam, Iran were selected.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v7n3p187 fatcat:jovrkvasbfbw5gwewiwmcri6de

The Impact of Adaptation Based on Students' Dyslexia Type: An Empirical Evaluation of Students' Satisfaction

Weam Gaoud Alghabban, Robert Hendley
2020 Adjunct Publication of the 28th ACM Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization  
We would like to thank the Ministry of Education In Jeddah for giving us permission to undertake this study in different schools. In addition, we thank all participating children and teachers.  ...  The interaction data modeller is responsible for monitoring interactions between the learner and the system and feeding into both the adaptation model and the dyslexic learner model to update.  ...  The adaptation model considers both the domain model and dyslexic learner model to adapt the relevant material (for example, by constructing personalized learning paths based on a learner's characteristics  ... 
doi:10.1145/3386392.3397596 dblp:conf/um/AlghabbanH20 fatcat:kd2yzzuxgvaxpcjc6qcjntwcxu

Developing Effective English Language Teaching Strategies for Non-Native English Speaking Dyslexic Students

Dr. Rishi Mishra, Dr. Mohammad Ashraf Shah
2016 International Journal of Indian Psychology  
It reviews the body of research on difficulties faced by dyslexic students in educational setup and different teaching methods which played an effective role in enhancing the English language learning  ...  Next we discuss the methodology used in reviewing the literature on different instructional methods for the students with specific focus on dyslexic students.  ...  Acknowledgments The author appreciates all those who participated in the study and helped to facilitate the research process. Conflict of Interests The author declared no conflict of interests.  ... 
doi:10.25215/0304.050 fatcat:6723ijae2feltin4k76lpofrxi

Neurodiversity awareness: Is Malaysia there yet?

Aida A. Rahman, Woollard J.
2019 International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE)  
Recently, neurodiversity has been used as a framework for specific learning difficulties (SpLD) justice and to support dyslexia in inclusive education.  ...  The findings have finally brought in a new synergy between research in education and cognitive neuroscience and empirically supported the neurodiversity movement.  ...  In its exclusive education system, Malaysian education system relies heavily on textual reading, decoding, and writing that works for learners with common learning traits.  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijere.v8i4.20307 fatcat:azb5xoqggzc2pge53mk4e5k6ku

Assessment and Treatment of Dyslexia - An Overview

Evelin Witruk
2011 Ad verba liberorum  
On the basis of the modi cation and extension of the multilevel model of Valtin (1989 , modi ed by Witruk, 1993) the methods were discussed regarding their main aims.  ...  Figure 3 . 3 The Breitmeyer e ect -interaction e ect between the parvoand magno-system in the visual system [Note: Sustained Response = Parvo System (P); Transient Response = Magno System (M)].  ...  Other implicit learning methods are Learning by doing/moving, Learning by playing, Learning by sleeping, Holistic-sensory and activity oriented lessons, and Suggestopedia which are useful for dyslexics  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10196-011-0022-1 fatcat:gk2lubjrljhglfordxlo6mbzge

Investigating Issues and Needs of Dyslexic Students at University: Proof of Concept of an Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality-Based Supporting Platform and Preliminary Results

Andrea Zingoni, Juri Taborri, Valentina Panetti, Simone Bonechi, Pilar Aparicio-Martínez, Sara Pinzi, Giuseppe Calabrò
2021 Applied Sciences  
The VRAIlexia project was created to face this problem by creating and popularizing an innovative method of teaching that is inclusive for dyslexic students.  ...  Preliminary results obtained from a sample of about 700 dyslexic students are also reported, which clearly show the main issues and needs that dyslexic students experience and these will be used as guidelines  ...  In addition, the authors want to acknowledge Estro s.r.l. for its support in the design of BESPECIAL and, in particular, of the tools digitalization module.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app11104624 fatcat:itqi37u62vahlifmhvoz2xpmwe

Page 3550 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 84, Issue 8 [page]

1997 Psychological Abstracts  
84: 26785-26794 (e) conduct research about the characteristics of students with math learning disabilities, and (f) examine the technical char- acteristics of mathematics tests. 26786.  ...  It is proposed that the defective phonological system of these dyslexics is due to weak connectivity between anterior and posterior language 3550  ... 

E-teacher in Inclusive e-education for Students with Specific Learning Disabilities

Dragana Bjekić, Svetlana Obradović, Milica Vučetić, Milevica Bojović
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
E-learning technology can promote the inclusion of students with various disabilities in education. We considered roles of e-teacher which are useful in e-education of students with disabilities.  ...  The examples of implementation of e-learning/e-teaching components in education of students with specific learning disabilities supported perspectives of inclusive e-education and importance of teachers  ...  described as specific e-competencies for special e-education system modeling (e-learning, e-teaching, etc.).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.03.131 fatcat:ccqrrqxmgfdjnccug2zhsvypdy

Dyslexia in a Global Context: A Cross-Linguistic, Cross-Cultural Perspective

Matthias Maunsell
2020 Latin American Journal of Content and Language Integrated Learning  
It encompasses a range of language and literacy cultures with many variations regarding definitions, diagnostic measures, regulations, policies, and support procedures for dyslexic students.  ...  With cross-cultural and cross-linguistic differences among students, teachers need to implement inclusive practices to ensure successful language and content learning in the classroom.  ...  When language-learning is motivating and useful, everyone, including individuals with dyslexia, can optimize their strategies for doing so.  ... 
doi:10.5294/laclil.2020.13.1.6 fatcat:2sp7g6573ze7jdur4gsduouhye
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