Distance Education …

The Distance Education (De) in adolescents with dyslexia

Because of the lately changes in education delivery modes – due to the COVID pandemic – students were forced to attend DE classes. However, their preparation was scarce and their attitudes could affect the results of the educational practice. The attitudes and readiness to participate in DE of students with dyslexia and their parents are studied before and after the former have participated in DE lessons with the use of assistive technology. The main aim is to see if this slight change of DE – the delivery of DE courses that are more adapted to the needs of students with dyslexia than the courses already delivered – could influence their attitudes and readiness to participate in DE. If this is the case then efforts towards the adaption of DE to specific needs would be necessary if we want to have better prepared and more positive students in DE

Research Coordinator: Dr. Eleni Koustriava