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03.08.2020 - 10:00:00

Neurodiversity in the EFL Classroom: Linnea Zülch on Dyslexia

On July 3rd, Linnea Zülch, a Swedish-German university student in Stockholm, gave a talk sharing fascinating and emotional insights into the life of a young adult diagnosed with dyslexia at primary school age. Her talk was part of the seminar “Neurodiversity in the EFL classroom” taught by Prof. Dr. Eva Wilden and Dr. Judith Bündgens-Kosten (Goethe-University Frankfurt). Linnea Zülch spoke of the problems she had to cope with as a school pupil and illustrated her challenges as an adult and university student in her everyday life. All participants of the seminar very much appreciated her openness and readiness to answer all kinds of questions. Thanks again for this wonderful workshop, Linnea Zülch!