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A laboratory for measuring eye movements is allowing researchers at the University of Stavanger to determine what people are able to see. Better quality The Stavanger project is a collaboration between the university and the Stavanger borough council. The Stavanger project is a collaboration between the university and the Stavanger borough council. Development within language, motor skills, maths and social skills, will be mapped while the children are in their natural environment. In this way, researchers wish to identify early development factors which can promote or hinder their academic development. Then new observations will be made when the children are four and a half, seven and a half and nine and a half.

The aim is to get two and a half year olds into the project within the next three years. Assistant professor, the Reading Centre, UiS. For eight years, almost children in Stavanger will be observed in various areas of development. Specifically, we expect documented results which show that the use of systematic observational methods catches vulnerable children, so that they can be followed up and measures implemented. It could also be that they disrupt learning rather than supporting it. That says a lot about the way pupils manage to identify and extract information from a text.

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But an interdisciplinary project gives us the opportunity to look at the whole child in a different way, she says, and continues: Part of the work for her thesis, this study seeks to answer a number of questions — such as whether differences exist in the way pupils use the text to find an answer. She is a strong believer in the opportunities offered by the new technology incorporated in the lab: When the observations are structured, the pedagogical staff find it easier to do their jobs, regardless of the fact that they are collecting data for the Stavanger Project.

Better quality The Stavanger project is a collaboration between the university and the Stavanger borough council. Then new observations will be made when the children are four and a half, seven and a half and nine and a half. The Stavanger Project – The Learning Child is a multi-discipline, longitudinal study conducted by the University of Stavanger in collaboration with the City of Stavanger.

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Combined with other information, this can give us new and important insights. But an interdisciplinary project gives us the opportunity to look at the whole child in a different way, she says, and continues:. In the project, observational material used by schools and nursery schools is used as a basis for talks with parents and assessments of the children.

Hopp til innhold Hopp til meny. Putting these two recordings together makes it possible to see the movements of the eye as a red dot which shifts back and forth between text and pictures, depending on what the test subject is looking at. The aim is to get two and a half year olds into the project within the next three years. Development within language, motor skills, maths and social skills, will be mapped while the children are in their natural environment.

Believing your own eyes A laboratory for measuring eye movements is allowing researchers at the University of Stavanger to determine what people are able to see.

Jump to content Jump to menu. For eight years, almost children in Stavanger will be observed in various areas of development. She is a strong believer in the xtavanger offered by the new technology incorporated in the lab:.

That says a lot about the way pupils manage to identify and extract information from a text.

She is trying to discover how pupils relate text to pictures when they read, and believes that illustrations in textbooks must be used consciously both by teachers and publishers.

Lecturer, the Reading Centre, UiS.

Believing your own eyes

Assistant professor, the Reading Centre, UiS. Reading Centre staff are fascinated by the prospect using the eye as a control tool. Some of them even deny that our film shows their actual reading pattern. Do they get used at all, or do they simply serve as decor and rest for the eyes? He reports that test subjects are often astonished when they see films of their own eyes in motion.

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Processes Studying eye movements is also interesting for investigating reading and writing processes, he noted. How do pupils relate to the stavanber when they have to find information which is explicitly expressed? The parents need to give their consent for the data to be used for research.

But the question is whether students manage to utilise the illustrations. The council contributes with, among other things, practical adaptations and financing. Control What the eye sees is not the only interesting question which can be addressed this type of technology. Senior lecturer, the Reading Centre, UiS. Candidate, the Reading Centre, UiS. The Stavanger project is a collaboration between the university and the Stavanger borough council.

For more information in English, please visit our English project website. Assistant professor and director, the Reading Centre, UiS. Studying eye movements allows us to follow pupils on that journey. When the children are in school, skills in reading, writing and maths will be seen in the context of their development in preschool age.

A laboratory for measuring eye movements is allowing researchers at the University of Stavanger to determine what people are able to see. Assistant professor, the Reading Centre, UiS anne.

It could also be that they disrupt learning rather than supporting it.