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Developing Language and Literacy Laboratory
Developing Language and Literacy Lab
Welcome to the Developing Language and Literacy Lab (DLL Lab)! The DLL Lab researches the language and literacy development of young children from diverse backgrounds, with an emphasis on bilingual or dual language learners (DLLs). Numerous projects are occurring in the lab that:
- investigate cultural and environmental influences on children’s development,
- develop assessment instruments of DLLs’ language and literacy skills, and
- develop and evaluate home- and classroom- based interventions.
Director: Carol Scheffner Hammer, Ph.D.
Latest from the Lab
Completed Summer 2017 Conference Presentations
DLL Lab Presents at Three International Language Conferences this Summer 2017
DLL Lab Begins Two New Research Projects
The DLL Lab begins two new research projects funded by the Institute of Education Sciences – Bilingual Assessment of Phonological Sensitivity (BAPS) and Parents Plus.
DLL Members and Alumni present at 2018 CRIEI Conference
Several members and alumni of the DLL lab presented their research at the 2018 Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention (CRIEI) in San Diego March 1 – 3, 2018
National Professional Development Grant Awarded
National Professional Development Grant Awarded to Dr. Carol Scheffner Hammer and Colleagues to Implement ExCELL-e
ASHA Grant Awarded
Dr. Carol Scheffner Hammer and Colleagues to Implement Háblame Bebé