Dorothy Bishop: Evaluating Alternative Solutions for Dyslexia
This video was first published in www.dystalk.com/talks/60-evaluat...lexia , which offers further information and useful links about Dyslexia. From the original description:
"Speaker: Professor Dorothy Bishop | Date: Saturday 28 Mar 2009 | Time: 11:00 (1)
About this talk: Professor Dorothy Bishop provides an insight into what parents should look out for and what to consider when evaluating if alternative solutions for dyslexia will be effective.
About the speaker: Dorothy Bishop is Professor of Developmental Neuropsychology and a Wellcome Principal Research Fellow at the Department of Experimental Psychology in Oxford and Adjunct Professor at The University of Western Australia, Perth. She is a leading expert on dyslexia and developmental langauge disorders. (...)"
Warm thanks to Professor Bishop and to DysTalk for their permission to subtitle this video and to publish the subtitled version on YouTube.
These first English subtitles / captions are improvable: you can do it in www.amara.org/en/videos/4THfTvUA...0998/ , and you can also translate them into other languages from www.amara.org/videos/4THfTvUA5FWN/info/ . I'll add here both improved English subtitles and possible translations.
Other translation possibility: Google Translator Toolki (GTT) - see support.google.com/translate/toolkit/ . It's worth trying if the automatically translated subtitles seem good enough to be edited in less time than translating them from scratch would take. So if you think this is so and if you'd like to have a go at it, email me at email@example.com and I'll set up a GTT page for you.
Last thing: you can change the size and format of captions on YouTube: see support.google.com/youtube/answe...hl=en
(1) ignore the link on the time, automatically added by YT on any time indication.
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