Ageing through the Ages: multidisciplinary perspectives Roger and Annie Panton (Patient/Public representative): Coming to terms with being 70+ and our experiences to date. Annie Panton My initial business experience, following a secretarial course at Mrs. Hoster’s in Central London, included working for a variety of businesses – within the property industry, the fashion industry and […]
Ageing through the Ages: multidisciplinary perspectives Prof Tess Fitzpatrick (Swansea, Linguistics): Age-related changes in lexical retrieval behaviour: a consequence of cognitive decline or accumulated learning
Forum - Language teaching and learning Discussions on issues related to language teaching and learning with the aim to bring together language practitioners at ISLI and CeLM members who do research on language acquisition, identify research agendas from the language teaching and learning perspective, link theory to practice and foster collaboration within CeLM.
'Can people with developmental disorders function successfully as bilinguals?' Napoleon Katsos, University of Cambridge