Questionnaire

Thank you for completing I-LABS Module 16.

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What is your role? Check all that apply.

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Will the information in this module help you improve your work with children and families?

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Please mark to what extent you agree with the following statement: Viewing this module helped me feel aware of ways to use research to inform my work. (optional)

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What is the highest level of education you have completed?

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  • Auditory
    related to hearing
    Genes
    the inherited biological ‘recipe’ for appearance and other individual characteristics
    Literacy
    the ability to read and write
    Neurons
    cells located in the brain and throughout the body that are specialized to communicate messages
    Phoneme
    the smallest unit of speech (a sound)
    Phoneme “play”
    manipulating sounds that make up words
    Phonological awareness
    the ability to identify and manipulate individual sounds in spoken language
    Primary visual cortex
    an area in the brain responsible for interpreting visual information
    Retina
    neural cells at the back of the eye that are sensitive to light
    Skilled reader
    a reader who is able to focus on comprehension, rather than on sounding out words
    Visual word form area
    the area of the brain responsible for recognizing words during reading