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Current and recent PhDs

Eliada Pampoulou

Research areas

  • Graphic symbols in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
  • Graphic symbols to support literacy

My thesis

How do professionals use graphic symbols in primary inclusive schools (provisional title)
 
The use of graphic symbols in primary schools is one outcome from signing the Salamanca Declaration (UNESCO, 1994) where governments committed themselves to the inclusion of students with disabilities into mainstream schools. The recent use of graphic symbols in mainstream schools is one outcome of the new national policies.
 
The aim of this study is to compile an ethnography of graphic symbol use in inclusive primary schools, so this area can be addressed by the research community;thus the new pedagogical approaches can be demonstrated in proven ways of working. My aim is to collect data from ten schools: seven schools in England and three schools in Cyprus.

Academic background

  • Speech and Language Therapy (BSc)
  • Assistive Technology (MSc)

Publications

Greenstock L & Pampoulou E (in press 2010) "Graphic symbols" Journal of Communication Matters. Oxford: ISAAC UK
 
Pampoulou E & Detheridge C (2007)
'The role of symbols in the mainstream to access literacy'
Journal of Assistive Technologies 1(1) pp 15-21
 
Pampoulou E (2007)
'Review of Better living through technology'
Journal of Assistive Technologies 1(2)
 
Pampoulou E & Detheridge C (2007)
'The role of symbols to access literacy. Language difficulties and written communication in education' (Conference Proceedings)
Panhellenic Association of Logopedics, Greece  

Conference presentations

Greenstock L & Pampoulou E (2009) 'An introduction to two pieces of recent post-graduate research in the use of graphic symbols' Communication Matters 2009, National Symposium, UK, September
Pampoulou E Detheridge C & Voizey T (2008)
'The use of symbols to support inclusion in schools and society.'
13th Biennial Conference: International Society of Augmentative and Alternative Communication. Montreal, Canada, August
 
Pampoulou E & Detheridge C (2007)
'The role of symbols to access literacy. Language difficulties and written communication in education'.
Panhellenic Association of Logopedics, Greece, November
 
Voizey T Wood L Locke J & Pampoulou E (2007)
'The Symbols Inclusion Project Supporting the Curriculum: Outcomes and implications'.
Communication Matters 2007 National Symposium, UK, September
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